NEW YORK, NY - MARCH 07: Head coach John Thompson III of the Georgetown Hoyas motions to his team as they play against the Pittsburgh Panthers during their second round game of the 2012 Big East Men's Basketball Tournament at Madison Square Garden on March 7, 2012 in New York City. (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)

Selection Sunday 2012: Georgetown Draws A No. 3 Seed; VCU A No. 12 Seed; Virginia A No. 10 Seed

John Thompson III's Hoyas will play No. 14 seed Belmont in the Round of 64, while VCU gets Wichita State and Virginia will face Florida.

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March Madness Schedule 2012: Loyola Maryland Vs. Ohio St. Game Time And TV Schedule

Thursday is the first real day of the 2012 NCAA Tournament, featuring a full slate of games. That includes Loyola (MD), a local team that has a pretty serious uphill battle on Thursday when they face the No. 2 seed in the bracket Ohio State.

The game will be played in Pittsburgh, so in addition to the talent advantage that the Buckeyes have, they will also have a pretty significant home court advantage. The game starts late, so make sure you don't tucker yourself with basketball all day before the game even starts. It is scheduled to get underway at 9:50 pm tonight and can be found on TNT.

For more on the 2012 NCAA Tournament bracket, stay with SB Nation D.C., and stick around SB Nation's NCAA Tournament hub for a complete printable NCAA Tournament bracket and tons of analysis on who was snubbed, who got the best bracket, and who will make it all the way to New Orleans and the Final Four.

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March Madness 2012, Wichita State Vs. VCU: Game Time, TV Schedule And More

The VCU Rams have found themselves in the NCAA Tournament once again, this time as a No. 12 seed tipping off against No. 5 seed Wichita State in the first round on Thursday evening. The Rams battled their way through the CAA Conference Tournament to take down Drexel in the Championship game to punch their ticket to the NCAA Tournament, where they'll look to once again make some noise with upsets.

The Shockers on the other hand earned a No. 5 seed in the NCAA Tournament after losing in the conference tournament, but notching a 27-5 overall record and losing only two games in the Missouri Valley Conference. The Shockers played it close and even beat some other tournament teams during the season, but they'll have their hands full with VCU as they try to avoid the upset.

Game Date/Time: Thursday, March 15, 7:15 p.m. ET

Location: Rose Garden, Portland, OR

TV: CBS

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March Madness Predictions: Loyola (MD) Will Not Get Very Far In East Regional

We know how much trouble you've been having filling out your bract this, and let's be honest every, year. So the guys over at SB Nation have you covered, breaking down each of the regionals in the NCAA Tournament to help you win that office pool, finally. In this video below they break down the East regional which features Loyola (MD) as the No. 15 seed. You can see for yourself how far they anticipate them going.

Well, they don't even get mentioned, so I'm assuming that they think that Ohio St. isn't going to have a lot of trouble with them in the first round.

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March Madness 2012: Norfolk State's Path To March Madness

The saying "There's a first time for everything definitely applies to Norfolk State. The Spartans are making their first appearance in the Big Dance in school history (which dates back to 1935, though the program only moved up to Division I in 1997).

Norfolk State earned their automatic bid by running off a 25-9 regular season record, including 10-4 in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference, and making their way through a minefield of a MEAC Tournament. The Spartans held off stiff challenges from Howard and Florida A&M before defeating Bethune-Cookman 73-70 in the final. Kyle O'Quinn led the way with 18 points, while Pendarvis Williams added 17 and Rob Johnson added 15.

The Spartans played a very creditable non-conference schedule, defeating CAA regular season champions Drexel 61-56 and coming within two points of defeating Big East contender Marquette, finally losing 59-57. Both those games occurred on a neutral floor (the Paradise Jam in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands), and both proved that Norfolk State could play with anyone.

O' Quinn, Chris McEachin, and Williams lead the Spartans in scoring, averaging 15.9, 12.8, and 11.8 points per game respectively. O'Quinn also handles most of the rebounding duties, averaging 10.4 rebounds per game.

O'Quinn will have to play the game of his life for the No. 15 seed Spartans to defeat No. 2 seed Missouri. The two square off in the Round of 64 Friday afternoon in Omaha, Nebraska.

For more coverage of Norfolk State in the 2012 NCAA Tournament, visit SB Nation DC's NCAA Tournament Stream. For more coverage of the Tigers, visit Rock M Nation. Click here for a link to our NCAA bracket 2012.

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Printable NCAA Bracket 2012: Start Your Office Pool With SB Nation's Printable Bracket

Now with Selection Sunday in the rearview, it's time to start thinking about the bracket and how you're totally going to win your office pool this year. Not like all those other years, this one will be different.

Look no further than the SB Nation mothership for all of your bracket needs, and this 2012 NCAA Tournament printable bracket. So when you pick that sweet 15/2 upset that absolutely nobody but you saw coming, you can do it on the SB Nation printable bracket.

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2012 NCAA Tournament Schedule: Georgetown Vs. Belmont Game Time, TV Information And More

No. 3 seed Georgetown is back in the NCAA Tournament for the third consecutive season. However, the Hoyas haven't won a tournament game since beating UMBC in the Round of 64 in 2008. Georgetown is looking to change that history as they take on No. 14 seed Belmont in the second round of the 2012 NCAA Tournament. The TV schedule for the tournament is now out, and the Hoyas and Bruins will square off on Friday, March 16 in Columbus.

Here is all the TV information for the game:

Game date/time: Friday, March 16, approximately 3:10 p.m. ET

Location: Nationwide Arena, Columbus, OH.

TV: truTV

Announcers: Tim Brando/Mike Gminski/Otis Livingston

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NCAA Bracket 2012 Reactions: Georgetown Expects To Be The Upset Victim Pick

The Georgetown Hoyas earned a 3 seed in the 2012 NCAA Tournament and will face off against the 14 seed Belmont Bruins. The Hoyas haven't had much success in the NCAA Tournament as of late and SB Nation's Georgetown blog Casual Hoya expects plenty to be picking against the Hoyas.

There will be plenty of analysts on TV and the internet that will predict a Georgetown loss to Belmont, we've already seen Seth Davis and others do so. And frankly, it is an easy and lazy choice because of our recent tournament history. But let's step back for a second and applaud this year's team for a season that has outperformed all of our wildest expectations.

The Hoyas have made six of the last seven NCAA Tournaments, but have been bounced out much earlier than expected in some of them.

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2012 NCAA Tournament Schedule: Loyola (MD) Vs. Ohio State Game Time, TV Information And More

No. 15 seed Loyola (Maryland) will try to pull off the biggest win in its program's history when it squares off against No. 2 seed Ohio State in the second round of the 2012 NCAA Tournament. The TV schedule for the tournament is now out, and the Greyhounds and Buckeyes will square off on Thursday, March 15 in Pittsburgh.

Here is all the TV information for the game:

Game date/time: Thursday, March 15, approximately 9:50 p.m. ET

Location: Consol Energy Center, Pittsburgh, PA.

TV: TNT

Announcers: Kevin Harlan/Len Elmore/Reggie Miller/Marty Snider

For more on the Greyhounds, visit our team page. For more coverage of Loyola (Maryland) in the 2012 NCAA Tournament, visit SB Nation DC's NCAA Tournament Stream. For more on the Buckeyes, visit Along The Olentangy. Click here for a link to our NCAA bracket 2012.

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2012 NCAA Tournament Schedule: VCU Vs. Wichita State Game Time, TV Information And More

No. 12 seed VCU will begin its quest to make a repeat Cinderella run to the Final Four when it squares off against No. 5 seed Wichita State in the second round of the 2012 NCAA Tournament. The TV schedule for the tournament is now out, and the Rams and Shockers will square off on Thursday, March 15 in Portland.

Here is all the TV information for the game:

Game date/time: Thursday, March 15, 7:15 p.m. ET

Location: Rose Garden, Portland, OR.

TV: CBS

Announcers: Brian Anderson/Dan Bonner/Jenn Hildreth

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2012 NCAA Bracket: VCU Lands In South Region, Could Face Kentucky In Round Of 16

After a successful regular season, the VCU Rams have landed the No. 12 seed in the South Region for this year's NCAA Tournament, as the selection committee announced on Sunday. The Rams are the lone representative from the CAA in the Big Dance, earning the league's automatic bid by defeating CAA regular season champion Drexel in the tournament championship game.

The South Region should pose numerous challenges for a talented VCU team. In the first round of the tournament, the Billikens will be facing No. 5-seeded Wichita State, with the winner moving on to face the winner of the matchup between No. 4 seed Indiana and No. 13 seed New Mexico State in the second round.

If the Rams do indeed duplicate their success of last season early in the tournament, they could eventually face the likes of Kentucky, Duke or Baylor, the region's top-three seeds, in later rounds.

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NCAA Bracket 2012: Virginia To Play Florida In First Round

After landing the No. 10 seed in the 2012 NCAA Tournament, the Virginia Cavaliers will be playing 7-seeded Florida to kick things off in the first round. The Cavaliers were considered a lock for an at-large bid from the tournament's selection committee after turning in a 22-9 record during the regular season.

The Cavaliers bowed out in their first game at the ACC Tournament in Atlanta, losing 67-64 to North Carolina State. With a full week of rest, the Cavaliers will now begin their postseason march against Florida.

The Florida Gators defeated Alabama in the quarterfinals of the SEC tournament but were bounced out by Kentucky in semifinals in New Orleans. The Gators finished up their regular season with a 23-10 record and a 10-6 SEC record, falling twice to Kentucky in the regular season and then one more time in the conference tournament. Coming into the matchup with Virginia, the Gators will have lost four of their last five games.

For more on this matchup and the impending March Madness season, check out SB Nation's college hoops hub. Stay tuned to SB Nation DC for more Cavaliers recaps, previews and news updates. For more news, analysis, and discussion on Virginia and their tournament run, visit Streaking the Lawn.

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NCAA Bracket 2012: VCU To Play Wichita State In First Game

After landing a No. 12 seed in the 2012 NCAA Tournament, the VCU Rams will be playing No. 5-seeded Wichita State to kick things off in the first round. The Rams locked up an automatic berth on Monday with a CAA Tournament Championship win over Drexel.

VCU finished the season with a 28-6 record overall and a 15-3 record in the CAA. With more than ten days of rest, the Rams will now begin their postseason march to return to the Final Four against the Shockers.

VCU will face a team that entered the 2012 Missouri Valley Conference being touted as perhaps "this year's VCU". A loss to Illinois State in the MVC Tournament bumped the Shockers a bit off the radar, but this team is extremely strong, ranking near the Top 10 in the nation in Ken Pomeroy's efficiency ratings.

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March Madness 2012: Virginia's Path to March Madness

A look at the Cavaliers ahead of their NCAA Tournament match-up against the Florida Gators.

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NCAA Bracket 2012: Georgetown To Play Belmont In First Round

After landing the No. 3 seed in the 2012 NCAA Tournament, the Georgetown Hoyas will be playing 14-seeded Belmont to kick things off in the first round. The Hoyas were a lock for an at-large bid from the tournament's selection committee after turning in a 23-8 record during a regular season.

The Hoyas defeated Pittsburgh in their second round matchup at the Big East Tournament but were bounced out by Cincinnati in double overtime in the quarterfinals at Madison Square Garden. With a full week of rest, the Hoyas will now begin their postseason march against Belmont.

The Belmont Bruins won the Atlantic Sun in the regular season and won the Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament. The Bruins put up an impressive 27-7 record and a 16-2 record in the Atlantic Sun. Belmont had some impressive close losses on their resume, falling to the Duke Blue Devils by a single point in the first game of the season and keeping it close with Memphis for much of the game. Outside of that however, the Bears dominated most of their opponents and enter the matchup with Georgetown with a 14-game win streak.

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NCAA Bracket 2012: Norfolk State To Play Missouri In First Game

After landing a No. 15 seed in the 2012 NCAA Tournament, the Norfolk State Spartans will be playing No. 2-seeded Missouri to kick things off in their first game.

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March Madness 2012: Loyola's Path to March Madness

Eight years after taking over a losing moribund program, Jimmy Patsos has Loyola in its first NCAA Tournament since 1994.

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March Madness 2012: VCU's Path to March Madness

Shaka Smart's Rams have managed to prove their doubters wrong the old-fashioned way: being nearly impossible to beat or game plan for.

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March Madness 2012: Georgetown's Path to March Madness

A look at the Georgetown Hoyas ahead of their NCAA Tournament match-up against Belmont.

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NCAA Bracket 2012: Loyola (Md.) To Play Ohio State In First Game

After landing the No. 15 seed in the 2012 NCAA Tournament, the Loyola Greyhounds will be playing No. 2-seeded Ohio State to kick things off in their first game. The Greyhounds earned an automatic berth to the big dance with a MAAC Tournament Championship Game win over Fairfield on Monday.

Loyola finished the season with a 24-8 record overall and a 13-5 record in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference. With more than ten days of rest, the Greyhounds will now get a shot to pull off an improbable upset against the Buckeyes.

Ohio State (27-7) is not as dominant as they were a year ago, but the Buckeyes will still pose major problems for Loyola with their defensive intensity, and of course big man Jared Sullinger, who turned down the NBA last offseason to stay in Columbus. If Sullinger gets going, and wings William Buford and Aaron Craft begin knocking down shots consistently, Ohio State will be difficult to stop for the Greyhounds.

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NCAA Printable Bracket 2012: Track Georgetown's Run In March Madness

Once again, the DMV has several teams in the 2012 NCAA Tournament. The top team is Georgetown, but there are several others in the vicinity of the district that made the field. To track all of those teams, be sure to check out SB Nation's printable bracket. You can find the printable bracket for the 2012 NCAA Tournament right here.

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NCAA Tournament 2012 Bracket Update: Loyola (Md.) Is No. 15 Seed, Will Face No. 2 Seed Ohio State On Thursday

Loyola (Md.) will be a No. 15 seed and face off against No. 2 seed Ohio State in the 2012 NCAA Tournament.

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NCAA Tournament 2012 Bracket Update: Georgetown Is No. 3 Seed, Will Face Belmont On Friday

The Georgetown Hoyas earned a No. 3 seed and will face No. 14 seed Belmont in its first NCAA Tournament game.

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NCAA Tournament 2012 Bracket Update: VCU Is No. 12 Seed, Will Face No. 5 Seed Wichita State On Thursday

The VCU Rams earned a No. 12 seed in the 2012 NCAA Tournament after defeating the Drexel Dragons in the CAA Tournament. They will tip off against Wichita State in the first round.

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NCAA Tournament 2012 Bracket Update: Norfolk State Is No. 15 Seed, Will Face Missouri On Friday

Norfolk State will be a No. 15 seed and face off against Missouri in the 2012 NCAA Tournament.

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NCAA Tournament 2012 Bracket Update: Virginia Is No. 10 Seed, Will Face Florida On Friday

Virginia earned a No. 10 seed in the 2012 NCAA Tournament and will face Florida in its first game.

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Bracketology 2012: Georgetown Slides To No. 4 Seed, UVA And VCU Both No. 11 Seeds

The day has finally arrived. Selection Sunday for the 2012 NCAA Tournament is here, but before the official selection committee announces the actual bids and seeding, let's take a look at the projections for some of the local schools from Chris Dobbertean of SB Nation and Blogging The Bracket.

The Georgetown Hoyas, at one time projected to be a No. 3 seed, have dropped to a No. 4 seed. CAA Tournament champion VCU is slotted as a No. 11 seed, as are the Virginia Cavaliers of the ACC. Loyola, winners of the MAAC Tournament, earn a No. 14 seed.

Dobbertean is one of the few bracketologists who still has the Drexel Dragons, the regular season CAA champion, in the tournament. They make his "Last Four In" category.

Full bracket projections below:

Teams that have clinched automatic bids appear in all caps.

(1) SOUTH
Atlanta (Fri/Sun)
(2) EAST
Boston (Thu/Sat)
Louisville (Thu/Sat) Pittsburgh (Thu/Sat)
1 Kentucky (SEC) 1 Syracuse
16 MVSU/WKU 16 UNC ASHEVILLE (Big South)
8 Iowa State 8 Kansas State
9 Connecticut 9 HARVARD (Ivy)
Portland (Thu/Sat) Portland (Thu/Sat)
5 MURRAY STATE (OVC) 5 Temple
12 COLORADO (Pac-12) 12 BYU
4 Indiana 4 Wisconsin
13 SOUTH DAKOTA ST. (Summit) 13 N.C. State/Seton Hall
Albuquerque (Thu/Sat) Columbus (Fri/Sun)
6 Notre Dame 6 Vanderbilt
11 VCU (CAA) 11 Colorado State
3 Baylor 3 Michigan
14 LOYOLA (MD) (MAAC) 14 BELMONT (A-Sun)
Greensboro (Fri/Sun) Omaha (Fri/Sun)
7 San Diego State 7 Cincinnati
10 Saint Louis 10 Southern Miss.
2 Duke 2 MISSOURI (Big 12)
15 LONG ISLAND U. (NEC) 15 MONTANA (Big Sky)
(4) WEST
Phoenix (Thu/Sat)
(3) MIDWEST
St. Louis (Fri/Sun)
Columbus (Fri/Sun) Greensboro (Fri/Sun)
1 Michigan State (Big Ten) 1 North Carolina (ACC)
16 LAMAR (Southland) 16 NORFOLK STATE/VERMONT
8 ST. MARY'S (WCC) 8 Gonzaga
9 Xavier (A-10) 9 Alabama
Nashville (Fri/Sun) Albuquerque (Thu/Sat)
5 NEW MEXICO (MWC) 5 Wichita State
12 LONG BEACH STATE (Big West) 12 Texas
4 Florida State 4 Georgetown
13 USF/Drexel 13 DAVIDSON (Southern)
Nashville (Fri/Sun) Pittsburgh (Thu/Sat)
6 CREIGHTON (MVC) 6 MEMPHIS (C-USA)
11 Virginia 11 California
3 LOUISVILLE (Big East) 3 Marquette
14 NEW MEXICO STATE (WAC) 14 OHIO (MAC)
Omaha (Fri/Sun) Louisville (Thu/Sat)
7 Florida 7 UNLV
10 Purdue 10 West Virginia
2 Kansas 2 Ohio State
15 DETROIT (Horizon) 15 LEHIGH (Patriot)
FIRST FOUR (Dayton)
Tuesday: To Louisville
Tuesday: To Portland
16 MISS. VALLEY ST. (SWAC) 13 N.C. State
16 WESTERN KENTUCKY (Sun Belt) 13 Seton Hall
Wednesday: To Greensboro Wednesday: To Nashville
16 NORFOLK STATE (MEAC) 13 Drexel
16 VERMONT (AmEast) 13 USF

An explanation of the Last Four In and First Four Out, along with a few more teams, follows the rundown.

BIDS BY CONFERENCE LAST FOUR BYES ARRIVALS DEPARTURES
Big East: 10
Colorado State Colorado Akron
Big Ten: 7 California Ohio Arizona
Big 12: 6 BYU Seton Hall Mississippi State
ACC: 5 Texas Vermont Stony Brook
MWC: 4
LAST FOUR IN PROCEDURAL SHIFTS
SEC: 4
N.C. State Harvard Up to a 9 from a 10
A-10: 3 USF Purdue Down to a 10 from a 9
WCC: 3 Seton Hall

CAA: 2 Drexel

C-USA: 2 LAST FOUR OUT

MVC: 2 Marshall

Pac-12: 2 Dayton

1-Bid Conferences: 19 Mississippi


Mississippi State


NEXT FOUR OUT


Iona


Washington


Miami


Northwestern

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NCAA Selection Sunday 2012: Time, TV Schedule And More

The Road to the Final Four is about to begin, as today is finally NCAA Selection Sunday. CBS Sports is once again anchoring the coverage of this event, as pairings for the 2012 NCCA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament will be announced live. The Selection Show airs tonight from 6:00-7:00 PM, EST, after which we will know which regions and seeds all 68 teams that qualified for the Big Dance obtained. Like other schools, teams such as Georgetown, Virginia, and VCU are anxious to find out where they will be going and who they will be playing against.

Hosts for the show include CBS Sports’ Greg Gumbel, Greg Anthony and Seth Davis. They will host the even live from the CBS Broadcast Center in New York. NY. Jim Nantz, Clark Kellogg and Turner Sports’ Steve Kerr plan on joining Gumbel, Anthony and Davis via satellite from the site of the Big Ten Championship at Conseco Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, Ind. Additionally, Jeff Hathaway, Chairman of the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Committee, will join the coverage from Indianapolis, Ind. to provide an in-depth look into the selection process.

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