AP Photo/Phil SearsMar 8, 2020Editor’s note: The 2020 NCAA Tournament was canceled on March 12. These results and projections were based on expected completion of conference tournaments and are updated through every team’s last remaining game.
Below is the schedule for the 2020 NCAA men’s basketball tournament, which will tip off Tuesday, March 17, with the First Four from Dayton, Ohio, and will conclude with the 2020 Final Four in Atlanta.
Check out Joe Lunardi’s Bracketology for an early projection of the field, and John Gasaway’s updated Bubble Watch for a breakdown of the teams that have work to do as they attempt to enter the field. As automatic bids are clinched throughout Champ Week, consult ESPN’s tickets punched page for a profile of the teams in the field, and conference tournament brackets for the leagues that are set to get underway. ESPN.com’s experts made conference tournament predictions for each of Division I’s 32 leagues, where you can track all of the upsets for each pre-NCAA tournament event.
Selection Sunday: March 15
First Four: March17-18 — Dayton
First/second rounds: March 19, 21 — Albany, St. Louis, Spokane, Tampa
First/second rounds: March 20, 22 — Cleveland, Greensboro, Omaha, Sacramento
Midwest Regional: March 26, 28 — Indianapolis
West Regional: March 26, 28 — Los Angeles
South Regional: March 27, 29 — Houston
East Regional: March 27, 29 — New York
2020 Final Four: April 4, 6 — Atlanta
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