Walk Madness is warming up. With Selection Sunday now only one day away – it’s Sunday, March 12 – and the men’s b-ball gathering competitions slowing down, groups are securing up spots in the NCAA Tournament by procuring programmed offers.
Each of the 32 gathering competition champions get a programmed offer, with the rest of the 36 spots in the NCAA Tournament doled out as everywhere picks by the choice advisory group.
Here are the groups that have asserted the programmed spots up until this point, in addition to the timetable of title recreations for every gathering that will decide the staying programmed offers.
We’ll refresh this rundown as more groups punch their tickets to the Big Dance.
Who is in the NCAA Tournament up until now? The programmed offers:
Jacksonville State Gamecocks, Ohio Valley champions
Wichita State Shockers, Missouri Valley champions
Florida Gulf Coast Eagles, Atlantic Sun champions
Winthrop Eagles, Big South champions
UNC Wilmington Seahawks, Colonial Athletic Association champions
East Tennessee State Buccaneers, Southern Conference champions
Iona Gaels, MAAC champions
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Mount St. Mary’s Mountaineers, Northeast Conference champions
Northern Kentucky Norse, Horizon League champions
Gonzaga Bulldogs, WCC champions
South Dakota State Jackrabbits, Summit League champions
Bucknell Bison, Patriot League champions
Texas Southern Tigers, SWAC (Alcorn State ineligible)
Vermont Catamounts, America East Conference champions
North Carolina Central Eagles, Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference champions
At the point when will more groups gain programmed offers? Meeting competition title plan:
All circumstances Pacific