March Madness is officially here.
It’s Selection Sunday, with the bracket reveal for the 2022 NCAA Men’s Tournament taking place tonight, at 6 p.m. ET. It can be watched on CBS, Paramount+, or the March Madness Live app.
Gonzaga and Arizona are considered locks for two of the four No. 1 seeds, and The Athletic’s Brian Bennett projects Big 12 teams Kansas and Baylor to fill the front row of the bracket. There is also considerable intrigue among the final teams in general: Notre Dame, Rutgers, Wyoming, Texas A&M, Xavier, Oklahoma and Wake Forest are among those hoping to hear their names called tonight.
There are still five games left before the bracket is announced, with championship games in the Big Ten, SEC, American, Atlantic 10 and Ivy leagues.
The 2022 NCAA Men’s Tournament begins Tuesday and Wednesday in Dayton with the first four games. The first round begins Thursday and continues Friday with 32 games at eight different locations: Buffalo, Greenville, SC, Milwaukee, San Diego, Portland, Indianapolis, Fort Worth and Pittsburgh. The four regional venues are San Francisco, Chicago, Philadelphia and San Antonio, and the 2022 Men’s Final Four will take place in New Orleans on April 2-4.