The 2018 NCAA Tournament field has been revealed, and we now know the seed, region, and cities for both the No. 4 Michigan State Spartans and the No. 7 Michigan Wolverines. We’ll start with the BigTen regular season champs. To see all the matchups, click here.
The Spartans are the 3-seed in the Midwest region, and will face 14-seed Bucknell in Detroit on Friday. That’s the good news, the bad news is that the 2-seed in the Midwest Region are the Spartans’ kryptonite, aka, Duke University. Your top four seeds in the Midwest Region: Kansas, Duke, Michigan State, and Auburn.
As for the BigTen tournament champions, the Wolverines are the 3-seed in the West Region and will face 14-seed Montana in Wichita, KS on Thursday. The top four seeds in the West Region: Xavier, North Carolina, Michigan, and Gonzaga.
The four top seeds are ACC Champion and overall No. 1 Virginia (South Region), Big East tournament Champion Villanova (East Region), Big XII Champion Kansas (Midwest Region) and Big East regular season Champion Xavier (West Region). Big Ten rival-Purdue is the 2-seed in the East Region, and will play their opening rounds in Detroit.
More to come on these two team’s as updates come in.
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