NCAA March Madness Schedule 2014: Tournament Printable Bracket With All Basketball Games, Team Seeds, Matchups, Start Times

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Mar 16, 2014 08:27 PM EDT
Virginia Cavaliers guard Teven Jones
Virginia Cavaliers guard Teven Jones (5) dances as the Cavaliers celebrate their 72-63 victory over the Duke Blue Devils in the championship game of the ACC college basketball tournament at Greensboro Coliseum. "

The NCAA March Madness Schedule for the 2014 tournament starts this week on Tuesday and has a printable bracket for fans to print with all the college basketball games, team seeds, matchups and start times for the games and the Florida Gators are the number one overall seed, while Arizona, Wichita State and Virginia are the number 1 seeds this year.

The tournament gets started with the "First Four" and Mount St. Mary's will play against Albany first, while North Carolina State and Xavier are the second game on Tuesday. Those matchups will be followed on Wednesday with Texas Southern against Cal Poly, while Tennessee plays against Iowa in the second game on the schedule for the night. The South region has the overall number one seed in Florida and they will match up against Albany or St. Mary's after the play-in game, while in that region Colorado will play against Pitt in an eight nine game, while VCU plays SF Austin and UCLA takes on Tulsa in the always entertaining four-13 matchups.

Las Vegas and everyone else goes nuts over brackets and making picks for the tournament and the rest of the games in the region has Kansas taking on Eastern Kentucky as a two seed, while Syracuse is the three and they play against Western Michigan and this comes after the team lost in the ACC tournament to NC State and they had a hell of a season, starting 25-0 on the year before losing to Boston College and now they will matchup against a 14 seed in the tournament. New Mexico and Stanford are playing in the seven and 10 game, while Ohio State and Dayton matchup as well. The top four teams in the south have the Gators, Jayhawks, Orange and UCLA as the top four seeds and the Bruins come in and will play against a solid Tulsa team.

In the west region, Arizona takes on Weber State as the number one seed in the region and they have two great players in Aaron Gordon and Nick Johnson, while they lost to the Bruins in the Pac-12 championship. The team comes in before Gonzaga, who will play against Oklahoma State and that could be one of the best matchups of the tournament, while Oklahoma and North Dakota State also could be a great matchup. San Diego State and New Mexico State play in the west, while Wisconsin has the number two seed and they play against American, while Oregon is the number seven and they play against BYU.

Creighton comes in at number three and will play against Louisiana, while Baylor plays against Nebraska in the number six and 11 game, while the west regional has Zona, the Badgers, Bluejays and San Diego State as the top four seeds. Wichita State made it in as a number one seed after going undefeated through the 2014 regular season and they play the winner of the Cal Poly play-in game against Texas Southern, while Kentucky and Kansas State, Louisville and Manhattan along with st. Louis are in the regional and they will play against NC State or Xavier after the play-in game.

Check here for the full schedule and for a printable bracket from on the NCAA Tournament for 2014.

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