The field for the 2018 NCAA tournament is set. So is the bracket, and it is below in full.
The big news, though? On the bubble. UCLA, St. Bonaventure, Arizona State and Syracuse were the last four in, with Oklahoma and Texas also making it.
Baylor, Notre Dame, Saint Mary’s and USC, on the other hand, were the first four out. Notre Dame was the last team eliminated by Davidson’s win over Rhode Island in the Atlantic 10 final on Sunday. Louisville, Oklahoma State, Middle Tennessee and Marquette also missed out.
Virginia, Villanova, Kansas and Xavier received the four No. 1 seeds.
Here is the full bracket, with the Final Four pitting the winner of the South vs. the winner of the West, and the winner of the East vs. the winner of the Midwest:
9. Kansas State
14. Wright State
11. Loyola Chicago
15. Georgia State
16. LIU Brooklyn/Radford
8. Virginia Tech
4. Wichita State
5. West Virginia
12. Murray State
3. Texas Tech
14. Stephen F. Austin
11. St. Bonaventure/UCLA
15. Cal State Fullerton
8. Seton Hall
9. NC State
12. New Mexico State
3. Michigan State
11. Arizona State/Syracuse
7. Rhode Island
16. North Carolina Central/Texas Southern
9. Florida State
13. UNC Greensboro
5. Ohio State
12. South Dakota State
11. San Diego State
2. North Carolina
7. Texas A&M
The biggest surprise inclusion in the field was Syracuse, which was confirmed as the last team in. Most bubble projections had the Orange out, and not even among the first four out.
USC was the biggest snub. The Trojans got to the final of the Pac-12 tournament, but were left out, while conference foes UCLA and Arizona State made it.
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