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NCAA March Madness 2015

NCAA March Madness 2015 is here and in full swing. While the first half of the first day delivered more than its fair share of insanity, there is more to come…much more.

Check out the remainder of the March Madness NCAA schedule:

March 21

6 Xavier Musketeers vs. 14 Georgia State Panthers
4 North Carolina Tar Heels vs. 5 Arkansas Razorbacks

2 Arizona Wildcats vs. 10 Ohio State Buckeyes
4 Georgetown Hoyas vs. 5 Utah Utes

1 Kentucky Wildcats vs. 8 Cincinnati Bearcats
11 UCLA Bruins vs. 14 UAB Blazers

3 Notre Dame Fighting Irish vs. 6 Butler Bulldogs
1 Villanova Wildcats vs. 8 North Carolina State Wolfpack

March 20, 22
Time Warner Cable Arena (Charlotte, N.C.)
1 Duke Blue Devils vs. 16 Robert Morris
2 Virginia Cavaliers vs. 15 Belmont Bruins
7 Michigan State Spartans vs. 10 Georgia Bulldogs
8 San Diego State Aztecs vs. 9 St. John’s Red Storm
Nationwide Arena (Columbus, Ohio)
3 Oklahoma Sooners vs. 14 Albany Great Danes
4 Maryland Terrapins vs. 13 Valparaiso Crusaders
5 West Virginia Mountaineers vs. 12 Buffalo Bulls
6 Providence Friars vs. 11 Dayton

CenturyLink Center (Omaha, Neb.)
1 Wisconsin Badgers vs. Coastal Carolina Chanticleers
2 Kansas Jayhawks vs. 15 New Mexico State Aggies
7 Wichita State Shockers vs. 10 Indiana Hoosiers
8 Oregon Ducks vs. 9 Oklahoma State Cowboys

KeyArena (Seattle)
2 Gonzaga Bulldogs vs. 15 North Dakota State Bison
4 Louisville Cardinals vs. 13 UC Irvine Anteaters
5 Northern Iowa Panthers vs. 12 Wyoming Cowboys
7 Iowa Hawkeyes vs. 10 Davidson Wildcats
Midwest Regional

March 26, 28
Quicken Loans Arena (Cleveland)
West Regional

March 26, 28
Staples Center (Los Angeles)
South Regional

March 27, 29
NRG Stadium (Houston)
East Regional

March 27, 29
Carrier Dome (Syracuse)
National Semifinals

April 4
Lucas Oil Stadium (Indianapolis)
Championship Game

April 6
Lucas Oil Stadium (Indianapolis)


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