The bracket is set. The road to the Final Four stretches before 68 teams. But which is the best bet to cut down the nets? Which Cinderella will slide on the slipper this year?

Get answers to all your March Madness questions below, and apply your new-found knowledge in pursuit of glory and prizes with the Bracket Challenge.

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Upset watch | Focusing on favorites | The full field

The games

With 44 seconds left, Texas A&M experienced defeat — until it knew victory

An unbelievable comeback seen through the eyes of those who lived it. (Read More)

Syracuse, Gonzaga emerge from a bitter brink to berths in Sweet 16

Both teams looked destined to miss the NCAA tournament. Now one will reach the Elite Eight. (Read More)

Luck (and good basketball) fuel ACC’s surge

When Syracuse won Sunday night, it became the sixth ACC team to reach the Sweet 16, extending the record for number of teams from one conference to make the second weekend. (Read More)

Most vulnerable top seeds

Picking all the favorites to reach the Final Four? Not only is that lame, it’s also unlikely to happen. If you’re looking for some top seeds to succumb to Cinderella, you might want to look at these three teams that could tumble early. (Read More)

The biggest threats to the Kansas Jayhawks

They’re the No. 1 overall seed, but that doesn’t mean they won’t face challenges on the way to the Final Four. Here are the teams most likely to take down the Jayhawks. (Read More)

 

 

The field of 68 has been set, and The Post's Adam Kilgore and Mike Hume look at some of the higher seeds that could be vulnerable to an early tournament upset. (Thomas Johnson,Randolph Smith/The Washington Post)

The People

Why Mike Brey doesn’t wear turtlenecks anymore

Notre Dame’s coach will do anything to make his players relax, right down to the way he dresses. (Read More)

Oregon’s Dillon Brooks says Coach K scolded him after Duke’s loss

After the game, the TBS television cameras caught this exchange between Brooks and Krzyzewski, the contents of which are now in dispute. (Read More)

Oregon is a historically bad No. 1 seed

The Ducks are definitely not mighty, based on the metrics of Ken Pomeroy. (Read More)

 

 

The Full Field

Behold! The bracket!

See the full field, complete with the Washington Post’s bracket buttons for each team. (Read More)

John Feinstein offers his insight into the four corners of the bracket:

South | West | Midwest | East

Most likely to move on — or go home

Ranking every team 1-68 by upset potential. Who are the bulletproof favorites and who are the shakiest seeds? (Read more)

The ‘Perfect Bracket’

Science says this bracket is flawless and guaranteed to dominate your pool. But it might be more of a Patrick Ewing guarantee than a Joe Namath guarantee … (Read More)

Best value picks to win your bracket pool

If you take a little risk, you could win a big reward in tournament pools with millions of entrants. (Read More)

The easiest paths to the Final Four

The road to Houston is not always even. Here are the teams with the clearest paths to a national championship. (Read More)

Dan Steinberg picks every game in the 2016 NCAA tournament bracket

The Post columnist reveals his picks for this year’s Big Dance. (Read More)

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