The field of 68 is set, and after a long weekend of debating who would make the Big Dance and who would be left out, it is time for us to turn our attention to the actual games.
Due to the increase from 65 to 68 teams, there are two more play-in games this year, meaning more madness to March. Two of the play-in games feature 16 seeds while the other two games include four teams that were all fortunate to be on the right side of the bubble.
The four games will all take place in Dayton, Ohio on Tuesday and can be seen on ESPN.
Every NCAA tournament game is filled with plenty of emotion, and Tuesday should be no different. You will have four 16 seeds trying to play one more game in their season along with two 11 and two 12 seeds, each who want to advance and perhaps start a Cinderella run.
Remember that these are just predictions and this article will have no impact on what actual happens.