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March Madness 2014 Begins with Conference Basketball Tournaments(March 06, 2014)
Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) March 06, 2014
College basketballs regular season is wrapping up and the madness is about to begin. The event many sports fans wait the entire year for is now less than two weeks away, and March Madness 2014 begins with conference tournaments around the country.
Now, the online leader in sports brackets, games and sheets is offering fans everything they need to be ready for March Madness 2014.
This years NCAA basketball tournament has the potential to be among the most unpredictable fans have ever seen, said Printable Brackets spokesperson Zaniel Worth. Parity is running rampant in college hoops and picking a favorite in March Madness 2014 is nearly impossible.
A total of 31 automatic bids to the NCAA tournament will be awarded to the winners of the respective conference tournaments. Several big-name conferences will open their tournaments on Wednesday, March 12th. The ACC, Big East, Big 12, Pac-12 and SEC all begin their respective tournaments on the 12th. The following day, the Big Ten will begin its tournament in Indianapolis.
The mens basketball tournament will begin with the First Four on Tuesday, March 18th. The mens Big Dance begins in earnest with the second round on Thursday, March 20th.
Fans can follow all the action with complimentary bracket sheets from PrintableBrackets.net. Conference tournament bracket sheets are available for all of the aforementioned leagues and more. In addition, PrintableBrackets.net has sheets for both the mens and womens NCAA basketball tournament. All of the brackets featured on the site are available free of charge.
We could be in for one of the wildest NCAA mens basketball tournaments weve ever seen, said Worth. Madness figures to be a most appropriate term for this years tournament.
For printable conference basketball tournament brackets and for all things March Madness 2014, please visit PrintableBrackets.net today.
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