March Madness is underway. You can find updated March Madness scores and odds with our live bracket tracker. From the opening tip to the final whistle, keep track of all the NCAA Tournament games with our updated bracket below.
March Madness continues with the Final Four this Saturday. The winners will advance to the national championship game on Monday. The tournament is once again living up to its billing, as many of the pre-tournament favorites have been eliminated. Connecticut is the current favorite to win it all. Let’s take a look at the full bracket and the latest March Madness odds.
March Madness bracket
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The current favorite to win the tournament is No. 4 Connecticut , the team that holds the distinction of being the lowest seed remaining. Here are the latest odds for the remaining teams to win it all:
- San Diego State
- Florida Atlantic
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March Madness upset tracker
A number of upsets are in the books as the tournament rolls along. All four No. 1 seeds are out, while a No. 9 seed has advanced to the Final Four. Here’s the running list of March Madness upsets for this year’s tournament.
- Furman 68, Virginia 67: No. 4 Virginia falls to No. 13 Furman as a 5.5-point favorite in the tournament’s first big upset.
- Princeton 59, Arizona 55: No. 2 seed Arizona was a 16-point favorite over Princeton but went down in a four-point defeat.
- Fairleigh Dickinson 63, Purdue 58: No. 16 FDU pulled out a stunner over the top seed from the East as a 23.5-point underdog.
- Pittsburgh 59, Iowa State 41: No. 11 Pitt dominated the action and walked off with an 18-point victory as a four-point dog.
- Arkansas 72, Kansas 71: No. 1 seed Kansas walked onto the court as a four-point favorite before losing to No. 8 Arkansas.
- Princeton 78, Missouri 63: The Cinderella run for No. 15 Princeton continued with a convincing win over No. 7 Missouri as a 6.5-point underdog.
- Michigan State 69, Marquette 60: No. 2 Marquette was a 3.5-point favorite, but it was No. 7 Michigan State that walked away with a nine-point win.
- Creighton 85, Baylor 76: No. 6 Creighton advanced to the Sweet 16 with a nine-point victory over No. 3 Baylor.
- Florida Atlantic 62, Tennessee 55: No. 9 FAU was a 4.5-point dog and advanced to the Elite 8 with a win over No. 4 Tennessee.
- San Diego State 71, Alabama 64: No. 5 San Diego State stuns No. 1 Alabama as a 6.5-point dog to advance to the Elite 8.
- Miami 89, Houston 75: No. 5 Miami was a 7.5-point dog to No. 1 Houston before pulling out the upset to stay alive.
- Florida Atlantic 79, Kansas State 76: No. 9 FAU’s Cinderella run continued with a thrilling win over No. 3 Kansas State as a 2-point dog.
- Miami 88, Texas 81: No. 5 Miami takes down No. 2 Texas as a 3.5-point dog to advance to the Final Four.
Upsets are part of what has helped March Madness grow into such a major event. Each year, there are bracket busters and Cinderella stories that capture the imagination. Here’s a look back at five of the biggest in recent March Madness history.
- 2022: No. 15 Saint Peter’s 85, No. 2 Kentucky 79
- 2021: No. 15 Oral Roberts 75, No. 2 Ohio State 72
- 2018: No. 16 UMBC 74, No. 1 Virginia 54
- 2016: No. 15 Middle Tennessee 90, No. 2 Michigan State 81
- 2013: No. 15 Florida Gulf Coast 78, No. 2 Georgetown 68
Since the tournament expanded to 64 teams in 1985, a No. 15 seed has upset a No. 2 team just 10 times. Heading into this year’s dance, UMBC was the only No. 16 seed to upset a No. 1 seed. Here’s the complete record for the higher seed in the first round from 1985 through last year.
- 1 vs. 16: 147-1
- 2 vs. 15: 138-10
- 3 vs. 14: 126-22
- 4 vs. 13: 117-31
- 5 vs. 12: 95-53
- 6 vs. 11: 91-57
- 7 vs. 10: 90-58
- 8 vs. 9: 72-76
2023 March Madness schedule
Here’s the round-by-round game schedule and broadcast information for March Madness in 2023.
- First Four: March 14-15, truTV
- First round: March 16-17, CBS, TBS, TNT, truTV
- Second round: March 18-19, CBS, TBS, TNT, truTV
- Sweet 16: March 23-24, CBS, TBS
- Elite Eight: March 25-26, CBS, TBS
- Final Four: April 1, CBS
- National championship: April 3, CBS
March Madness bracket FAQ
Who is the favorite to win the 2023 March Madness tournament?
Connecticut is the current favorite to win March Madness, followed by San Diego State .
What is the biggest upset in March Madness history?
University of Maryland, Baltimore County, defeated Virginia by a score of 74-54 in the opening round of March Madness 2018. It marked the first time in tournament history that a 16 seed defeated a one seed.
When does March Madness begin?
This year, March Madness began with the First Four matchups on March 14-15. The tournament concludes on April 3 with the national championship game.
Where can I watch March Madness?
You can watch March Madness games on CBS, TBS, TNT and truTV. The First Four games are on truTV, while the Final Four and national championship game are exclusive to CBS. All four networks are involved for the first and second rounds, while CBS and TBS handle coverage of the Sweet 16 and Elite Eight.
How many teams are in March Madness?
The March Madness field consists of 68 teams. That includes 32 automatic qualifiers — teams that won their conference tournaments — and 36 at-large teams that the tournament selection committee chose.
Which team has won March Madness the most?
UCLA has the most tournament titles with 11. Its most recent victory came in 1995. Kentucky is in second place with eight national titles, followed by North Carolina with six.
Who won March Madness last year?
Kansas was the winner of March Madness in 2022, defeating North Carolina in the final by a score of 72-69.
Where is the 2023 March Madness final?
This year’s Final Four and national championship game will occur at NRG Stadium in Houston. The venue has been a regular host for NCAA Division I men’s basketball tournament games, including the Final Four in 2011 and 2016.