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Selection Sunday just wrapped up and the NCCA committee has chosen the 68 teams that will vie for the 2015 College Basketball National Championship. As expected, the Kentucky Wildcats are your number one overall seed in the Midwest region. Duke, Villanova and Wisconsin also secured No. 1 seeds after impressive conference tournaments.

The Big 12 and the Big 10 each got seven teams into the NCAA tournament respectively. “March Madness” begins on Tuesday March 17th, 2015 when four teams will go head-to-head in Dayton, Ohio for the first round of “play-in” games. Four more teams will hit the hard court on Wednesday and the round of 64, otherwise known as the second and third rounds will take place March 19-21 across the country in four regions: East, Midwest, South and West.

We have provided a printable PDF version of the bracket for you to fill out here. Print and fill out as many as you please to win your office pool, or head to ESPN, Yahoo, CBS Sports or the NCAA for your tournament bracket challenge. You can compete against others and win cash prizes for choosing the correct winning teams. Points are calculated based on how far the teams you pick go in the tournament, with correct choices in later rounds garnering more points.

The official schedule and key dates for the 2015 NCAA Tournament is below. Most games can be seen on CBS, TBS, TNT and TruTV. You can Live Stream the games throughout the tournament courtesy of NCAA March Madness Live.

First Round:

Tuesday, March 17th
Manhattan (19-13) vs. Hampton (16-17) 6:40PM EST, TruTV
BYU (25-9) vs. Ole Miss (20-12) 9:10PM EST, TruTV

Wednesday, March 18th
Robert Morris (19-14) vs. North Florida (23-11) 6:40PM EST, TruTV
Boise State (25-8) vs. Dayton (25-8) 9:10PM EST, TruTV

Second Round and Third Rounds:

Thursday, March 19th and Saturday, March 21st
Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville, Florida
KFC Yum! Center in Louisville, Kentucky
Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Rose Garden in Portland, Oregon

Friday, March 20th and Sunday, March 22nd
Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte, North Carolina
Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio
CenturyLink Center in Omaha, Nebraska
KeyArena in Seattle, Washington

Sweet Sixteen and Elite Eight Rounds:
West Region – Thursday, March 26th and Saturday, March 28th
Quickens Loan Arena in Cleveland, Ohio

Midwest Region – Thursday, March 26th and Saturday, March 28th
Staples Center in Los Angeles, California

East Regional – Friday, March 27th and Sunday, March 29th
Carrier Dome in Syracuse, New York

South Regional – Friday, March 27th and Sunday, March 29th
NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas

Final Four
Saturday, April 4th
Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana

NCAA National Championship
Monday, April 6th
Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana

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