Selection Sunday is upon us, and the final bracket reveal is just hours away. There are still plenty of questions surrounding the tournament. Which bubble teams will get in? Which clubs will enter as No. 1 seeds? What matchup will each team get in the early rounds?
These questions and more remain unanswered for now. However, there is still plenty of known information regarding the NCAA tournament before everything is set in stone.
Let's take a look at what we already know about March Madness.
We may not know which teams will face each other in the tournament, but the full schedule—including dates, TV times and channels—has been released.
The NCAA tournament will be aired on multiple networks, including ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, CBS, truTV and TNT.
Luckily for us, NCAA.org has already put together an extensive schedule for the complete tournament.
If you can't make it to a TV, the entire tournament can also be live streamed on NCAA.com.
Even though the matchups have yet to be revealed, empty brackets have already been going up around the web. These brackets will be filled by experts once the field of 68 comes to fruition.
ESPN.com has a bracket ready to go once the field is revealed. This bracket can also be viewed and printed in PDF format.
CBSSports.com has a great interactive bracket ready to go as well.
Once the field is set, it's time to start challenging others with your March Madness knowledge. There's no better place to do that than right here on Bleacher Report.
As each team sets out to compete for the coveted title of tournament champion, entering the tournament at full strength is crucial.
Luckily, the Chicago Tribune put together an extensive list of each injury for every NCAA team. This report is updated with all of the latest information so you can keep up with the progress of each player who is currently missing time.
Finally, getting a good look at expert projections for the tournament is a great way to gear up for the highly anticipated Selection Sunday. Two esteemed college hoops experts have put together their final predictions of which teams will make it to the field of 68, along with their projected seeds.
ESPN's Joe Lunardi updated his famous Bracketology column once again on Sunday.
Bleacher Report's Kerry Miller continues to update his seed and region projections as well.
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