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Today's 2018 NCAA tournament round one schedule, results — March Madness

Today's 2018 NCAA tournament round one schedule, results — March Madness”

Developed by Turner Sports in partnership with CBS and the NCAA, "NCAA March Madness Live VR" offers expanded live game coverage in an immersive virtual reality experience, powered by Intel's True VR technology. North Carolina, CBS, 1:30 p.m.; NCAA Tournament, first round, Butler vs. Arkansas, TruTv, 2 p.m.; NCAA Tournament, first round, Murray St. vs. This year is no different, but what is different is the victor will receive a $50 Amazon gift card and bragging rights for the next year over us all on Twitter and the like.

Here is a look at the most popular lower-seeded teams that are being picked to reach at least the Sweet 16.

So, get your bracket ready and see if you can beat our crew of prognosticators and Big Ten lovers! But whether or not brackets will still be alive on Monday is dependant on how well people do picking the upsets. The team that won over half the simulations was selected to advance. Full schedule below. All times Eastern. Shortly after that, a commission led by former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is expected to deliver recommendations from an investigation triggered by an FBI probe that led to charges last fall against assistant coaches, agents, employees of apparel companies and others.



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