With 68 teams learning their postseason destinies on Selection Sunday out of the way, now we turn our focus to the most important matter: filling out a winning bracket.
USA TODAY Sports provides a one-stop shop for the NCAA tournament with all the analysis and insight you'll need to win your office pool.
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First off, you'll most definitely need a bracket. Print one here.
Secondly, you'll need to know what time the game times are to determine when you'll take a vacation day or what specific moment to slack off at work. Find all the time and location information here.
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Now that you're set up, the first thing to do is check out our experts' picks:
College basketball columnist Mike Lopresti went with Louisville as his title winner and advanced Miami to the Final Four. See Mike's bracket here.
College basketball beat writer Nicole Auerbach thinks Louisville will win the national title and has VCU in the Final Four. See Nicole's bracket here.
College basketball beat writer Eric Prisbell also thinks Louisville will win it all and has South Dakota State staging a 13-over-4 upset. See Eric's bracket here.
College basketball producer Scott Gleeson picked Kansas to win the tourney and has Ole Miss in the Sweet Sixteen. See Scott's bracket here.
Next, head over to our region-by-region breakdowns that dissect each team's strengths and weaknesses, current winning/losing streak, and each team's best player or recipe for a win.
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Regional capsules: Midwest | South | East | West
- In case you're having a tough time with the always-difficult and crucial early-round picks, our bracketologist Patrick Stevens has you covered here with in-depth advice on all of the early-round matchups.
- If you'd like to jump ahead to the Final Four, we spoke to some championship-winning coaches who can tell you about the field this year.
- If you're not as much of a die-hard fan and would like a simpler way to fill out your bracket, we've got great bracket advice for the casual fan here.
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