NCAA Tourney Round-Up: Spartans Snubbed Top Seed, Major Upsets Expected
Entertainment| | By Elisabeth Brier
Along with Virginia, the other No. 1 seeds are North Carolina, Oregon, and Kansas, who received the No.1 overall seed in the 68-team tournament. Michigan State comes in at a No. 2 seed, along with the Villanova Wildcats, Oklahoma, and Xavier. Another note of the tournament seeding is that, cumulatively, this year’s NCAA lineup accounts for the most losses of all time. Each selected team on the bracket has had at least four losses, if not more. This is the first time this has happened in the past 77 years. While last year’s top four teams boasted only 9 losses between them, this year, that number will amount to 23. So what does that mean? Good luck on your brackets. With so many vulnerable teams, it’s likely bracket busters could reign in 2016. I may just sit this one out. Check out the full bracket below (click for larger, printable version).