March Madness 2023 Bracket Released: Alabama Is No. 1 Overall Seed

March Madness 2023 Bracket Download

Selection Sunday is finally here and the NCAA Tournament selection committee has revealed the 2023 March Madness bracket. Alabama secured the top overall seed in the March Madness bracket after winning the SEC Tournament. Purdue, Houston, and Kansas round out the No. 1 seeds.

For a few teams, the NCAA Tournament bubble burst during the conference tournament action over the weekend. On the other hand, others, like Memphis, were able to punch their ticket into the Big Dance or at least improve their seed line.

Scroll down to find the 2023 March Madness bracket and learn more about the No. 1 overall seeds.

March Madness Schedule

March Madness 2023 will tip off this week with the First Four beginning on Tuesday night.

The opening weekend of the NCAA Tournament is often the most exciting with upsets, Cinderella stories, and buzzer-beaters captivating college basketball fans around the country.

The first round of the NCAA Tournament will begin on Thursday and the second round will tip off on Saturday as the bracket shrinks to 32 teams. In 2023, the Final Four will be hosted at NRG Stadium in Houston Texas on April 1st.

The 2023 National Championship Game will be held on Monday, April 3.

Check out the full March Madness schedule below.

  • First Four: March 14-15
  • First Round: March 16-17
  • Second Round: March 18-19
  • Sweet 16: March 23-24
  • Elite Eight: March 25-26
  • Final Four: April 1
  • National Championship Game: April 3

March Madness 2023 Bracket

Alabama earned the top overall seed in the March Madness bracket after winning the SEC Tournament on Saturday. As a result, the Crimson Tide will be representing the South Region.

Kansas, Houston, and Purdue were the other teams selected as No. 1 seeds in the NCAA Tournament.

Here is the complete 2023 March Madness bracket:

March Madness 2023 Bracket

South Region

1. Alabama
16. Texas A&M-Corpus Cristi/SE Missouri State

8. Maryland
9. West Virginia

5. San Diego State
12. Charleston

4. Virginia
13. Furman

6. Creighton
11. NC State

3. Baylor
14. UC Santa Barbara

7. Missouri
10. Utah State

2. Arizona
15. Princeton

Midwest Region

1. Houston
16. Northern Kentucky

8. Iowa
9. Auburn

5. Miami (Fla.)
12. Drake

4. Indiana
13. Kent State

6. Iowa State
11. Mississippi State/Pitt

3. Xavier
14. Kennesaw State

7. Texas A&M
10. Penn State

2. Texas
15. Colgate

West Region

1. Kansas
16. Howard

8. Arkansas
9. Illinois

5. Saint Mary’s
12. VCU

4. UConn
13. Iona

6. TCU
11. Arizona State/Nevada

3. Gonzaga
14. Grand Canyon

7. Northwestern
10. Boise State

15. UNC Asheville

East Region

1. Purdue
16. Texas Southern/Fairleigh Dickinson

8. Memphis
9. Florida Atlantic

5. Duke
12. Oral Roberts

4. Tennessee
13. Louisiana

6. Kentucky
11. Providence

3. Kansas State
14. Montana State

7. Michigan State
10. USC

2. Marquette
15. Vermont

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