NCAA March Madness – No. 1 Seeds are set

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March Madness is in full swing indeed. The No. 1 seeds of the 2014 NCAA Men’s Basketball tournament have been announced. That means we are just two weeks away from finding out which teams will make it to that “Sweet 16.” Florida (South) takes the overall No. 1 seed as the first team to ever go 18-0 in the SEC. Arizona the former eight-week owner of top spot in the rankings, locks down their number one seeding in the West. Wichita State takes the Midwest, while Virginia slipped in to take the East thanks to Michigan’s 69-55 loss in the Big Ten tournament championship.

Florida was able to come away with a tight 61-60 win over Kentucky on Sunday in the tournament championship.

Here is a look at how things finally ended shaping up in each region:

South

1. Florida
2. Kansas
3. Syracuse
4. UCLA
5. VCU
6. Ohio State
7. University of New Mexico
8. Colorado
9. Pittsburgh
10. Stanford
11. Dayton
12. Stephen. F. Austin
13. Tulsa
14. Western Michigan
15. Eastern Kentucky
16. TBD

West

1. Arizona
2. Wisconsin
3. Creighton
4. San Diego State
5. Oklahoma
6. Baylor
7. Oregon
8. Gonzaga
9. Oklahoma State
10. BYU
11. Nebraska
12. North Dakota State
13. New Mexico State
14. Louisiana
15. American
16. Weber State

Midwest

1. Wichita State
2. Michigan
3. Duke
4. Louisville
5. Saint Louis
6. UMass
7. Texas
8. Kentucky
9. Kansas State
10. Arizona State
11. TBD
12. TBD
13. Manhattan
14. Mercer
15. Wofford
16. TBD

East

1. Virginia
2. Villanova
3. Iowa State
4. Michigan State
5. Cincinatti
6. North Carolina
7. UCONN
8. Memphis
9. George Washington
10. Saint Joseph’s
11. Providence
12. Harvard
13. Delaware
14. NC Central
15. Milwaukee
16. Coastal Carolina

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