NCAA men's tournament bracket revealed: Gonzaga is No. 1 overall seed again

Gonzaga University, a 7,000-student private Jesuit school in eastern Washington, earned the No. 1 overall seed in the NCAA men's basketball tournament for the second straight year, further cementing its remarkable rise from relative obscurity to the top of the sport.

The Zags were the first team announced on Selection Sunday as March Madness officially got underway in 2022. Arizona, Kansas and Baylor earned the other three No. 1 seeds.

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Duke and Villanova nabbed No. 2 seeds ahead of Tennessee and Texas Tech.

On the bubble, Indiana, Rutgers, Notre Dame, Wyoming and Michigan got in.

Dayton, Oklahoma, Texas A&M and SMU were the first four left out.

2022 March Madness bracket | Printable version

2022 men's NCAA tournament bracket
2022 men's NCAA tournament bracket

Here is the entire 68-team bracket:

West Region (top left)

1. Gonzaga
16. Georgia State

8. Boise State
9. Memphis

5. UConn
12. New Mexico State

4. Arkansas
13. Vermont

6. Alabama
11. Rutgers/Notre Dame

3. Texas Tech
14. Montana State

7. Michigan State
10. Davidson

2. Duke
15. Cal State Fullerton

East Region (bottom left)

1. Baylor
16. Norfolk State

8. North Carolina
9. Marquette

5. Saint Mary's
12. Wyoming/Indiana

4. UCLA
13. Akron

6. Texas
11. Virginia Tech

3. Purdue
14. Yale

7. Murray State
10. San Francisco

2. Kentucky
15. Saint Peter's

South Region (top right)

1. Arizona
16. Wright State/Bryant

8. Seton Hall
9. TCU

5. Houston
12. UAB

4. Illinois
13. Chattanooga

6. Colorado State
11. Michigan

3. Tennessee
14. Longwood

7. Ohio State
10. Loyola

2. Villanova
15. Delaware

Midwest Region (bottom right)

1. Kansas
16. Texas Southern/Texas A&M Corpus Christi

8. San Diego State
9. Creighton

5. Iowa
12. Richmond

4. Providence
13. South Dakota State

6. LSU
11. Iowa State

3. Wisconsin
14. Colgate

7. USC
10. Miami

2. Auburn
15. Jacksonville State

The Final Four will pit the West region champ against the East, and the Midwest against the South.

The tournament begins Tuesday night with the First Four. The full first round begins Thursday. Game times and TV channels will be announced late Sunday night.

The women's bracket reveal will take place Sunday at 8 p.m. ET on ESPN.