NCAA Tournament action is upon us. After a wild week of conference tournament play, the NCAA selection committee revealed the full 2024 tournament bracket on Sunday afternoon.

Let’s not waste any time and get to the goods right away. Here’s the 68-team field:

East Region (Boston)

  1. UConn
  2. Iowa State
  3. Illinois
  4. Auburn
  5. San Diego State
  6. BYU
  7. Washington State
  8. Florida Atlantic
  9. Northwestern
  10. Drake
  11. Duquesne
  12. UAB
  13. Yale
  14. Morehead State
  15. South Dakota State
  16. Stetson

Midwest Region (Detroit)

  1. Purdue
  2. Tennessee
  3. Creighton
  4. Kansas
  5. Gonzaga
  6. South Carolina
  7. Texas
  8. Utah State
  9. TCU
  10. Virginia/Colorado State (First Four)
  11. Oregon
  12. McNeese State
  13. Samford
  14. Akron
  15. Saint Peter’s
  16. Montana State/Grambling State (First Four)

West Region (Los Angeles)

  1. North Carolina
  2. Arizona
  3. Baylor
  4. Alabama
  5. Saint Mary’s
  6. Clemson
  7. Dayton
  8. Mississippi State
  9. Michigan State
  10. Nevada
  11. New Mexico
  12. Grand Canyon
  13. Charleston
  14. Colgate
  15. Long Beach State
  16. Howard/Wagner (First Four)

South Region (Dallas)

  1. Houston
  2. Marquette
  3. Kentucky
  4. Duke
  5. Wisconsin
  6. Texas Tech
  7. Florida
  8. Nebraska
  9. Texas A&M
  10. Boise State/Colorado (First Four)
  11. NC State
  12. James Madison
  13. Vermont
  14. Oakland
  15. Western Kentucky
  16. Longwood

UConn is the favorite to win the title at most online sportsbook apps. Despite losing early in the Big Ten Tournament, Purdue is the conference’s most likely title winner at FanDuel (+600).

At the other end of the bracket, Saturday was a costly day on the bubble. NC State made an unlikely run to win the ACC Tournament and swiped the ACC’s auto bid. In Las Vegas, Oregon stole the Pac-12’s auto bid by upsetting Arizona in the Pac-12 Tournament semis and beating Colorado in the title game.

Conference tournaments were largely dominated this season by lower-seeded teams. The vast majority of 1-seeds didn’t win their respective tournaments. It didn’t happen in the SEC, it didn’t happen in the Big 12, it didn’t happen in the Big Ten, and it didn’t happen in the ACC.

And chaos elsewhere shrunk the bubble.

Just not enough to squeeze Texas A&M out of the field. FanDuel was running a prop with less than 15 minutes to go before Sunday’s selection show with Texas A&M to make the field of 68 priced at -670. The Aggies missing the tournament had +400 odds. When the bracket was revealed, A&M was shown as a 9-seed.

Colorado State was the last team into the field. Oklahoma, Seton Hall, Indiana State, and Pitt were the first 4 teams left out of the bracket. Most notably, St. John’s and Providence weren’t close to the field despite holding NET rankings of 32nd and 57th respectively.

Games in the First Four are set for March 19-20 in Dayton, Ohio. First-round NCAA Tournament games begin on March 21.

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