Tulsa is in. (Ian Maule/Tulsa World via Associated Press)


The NCAA says it will get to the bottom of its leaked NCAA tournament bracket.


For the first time, CBS increased its Selection Sunday show to two hours this year, extending what already was an over-long show. After 60 minutes — up until this year, the length of the show — only two quadrants of the bracket had been announced.

On CBS, anyway. Because just 25 minutes after the show went live, someone leaked the whole darn thing on Twitter.

That unidentified Twitter user has since changed his handle to @KU2016champs and set his feed to private.

And an American sporting public tortured by an extra hour of Charles Barkley pretending he knows anything about college basketball rejoiced.

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Print: 2016 NCAA tournament bracket (PDF)

Graphics: NCAA tournament campaign buttons

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Bracket’s most vulnerable top seeds include Oregon, Xavier

Selection Sunday’s bubble winners and losers

Bracket-by-bracket analysis: South | East | Midwest | West

Local: Virginia earns No. 1 seed | Maryland is No. 5 seed

Fancy Stats: The top threats to beat the Kansas Jayhawks

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