PSN Executive Producer Greg DePalma breaks down the 68-team NCAA Tournament field, examining the early championship odds — Kentucky or the field? — bracket predictions and more.
NCAA Tournament: Can Kentucky complete the NCAA Tournament’s first perfect season since 1976? Even for huge favorites, the brackets haven’t been overly kind.
NCAA Tournament: Thirty years after Villanova’s stunning upset of Georgetown for the 1985 crown, the best Cinderella story since then has been a handful of close calls.
NCAA Tournament: Wisconsin and Arizona are positioned for a rematch of last year’s West final, though Virginia Commonwealth or North Carolina could rewrite that script.
NCAA Tournament: Though Villanova got the top seed in the East, the Wildcats will have to fight through some dangerous lurkers to punch their ticket to Indianapolis.
NCAA Tournament: Mike Krzyzewski, Larry Brown and Steve Fisher all have national titles to their name, but the eventual South champion could very well be none of the above.
NCAA Tournament: Kentucky is the heavy favorite to not only win the Midwest, but take it all. Who stands the best chance of shredding the Wildcats’ ticket to Indianapolis?
NCAA Tournament: Just because BYU and Dayton were saddled with the extra games doesn’t mean they can’t give themselves an extended stay in the brackets.
NCAA Tournament: The first place to eye a bracket upset are the 12th seeds, which are 8-4 in Round 1 since 2012. Next up? Buffalo, Wyoming, Wofford and Stephen F. Austin.