The NCAA tournament fates of college basketball’s best teams were decided this evening. The Post has all the angles covered from the Selection Committee’s final picks. Find everything below that you need to start filling out your bracket.


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The top threats to beat the Kansas Jayhawks

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Biggest snubs and surprises from the 2016 tournament field

The committee wasn’t kind to a trio of deserving teams. (Read More)

Brewer: Waiting for a super team as the NCAA tournament arrives

After a season of parity, will greatness emerge over the next three weeks? (Read More)

Oregon is talented but doesn’t merit a No. 1 seed, and St. Joseph’s and VCU deserve better, writes John Feinstein. (Read More)

Midwest analysis: Michigan State again stands in Virginia’s path

Top-seeded Cavaliers wouldn’t face Spartans until regional final this year. (Read More)

East analysis: North Carolina first among blue bloods

Kentucky-Indiana could be marquee matchup of second round, with winner getting Tar Heels. (Read More)

South analysis: Kansas is the team to beat, and it won’t be easy

Jayhawks present formidable obstacle for Maryland, Miami and other hopefuls. (Read More)

Virginia earns No. 1 seed, will play Hampton in first round

The NCAA selection committee validated Virginia’s confidence. (Read More)

There were no plans for a celebration for making the field. Not for a team that has for months faced expectations as a national title favorite, expectations that have faded over the past month. (Read More)


CBS can’t be happy about this. (Read More)

C’mon, Chuck. (Read More)


We’re here to help. (Read More)

Patrick Stevens provides the latest full bracket projection. (Read More)

Prepping for foes on a condensed schedule is crucial for tournament success. (Read More)


Syracuse, Tulsa are living at-large. Monmouth and others: Not so much. (Read More)

They don’t always make the bracket, but when they do, it’s usually because of a couple of key factors. (Read More)


A round-up of the team’s the nation’s top bracketologists believed would make it into the tournament. (Read More)


It comes down to hypocrisy. By not admitting the Hawks, it has to admit its oft-preached commandment that teams challenge themselves in non-conference play is just bluster. (Read More)


Derek Willis’s three-pointer with a minute left in overtime put Kentucky ahead to stay, and the 16th-ranked Wildcats beat No. 17 Texas A&M 82-77 in overtime for their second straight Southeastern Conference Tournament championship and 29th overall. (Read More)

DeAndre’ Bembry scored 30 points and Isaiah Miles had 26 points and 12 rebounds as Saint Joseph’s beat VCU, 87-74, to win the Atlantic 10 Tournament championship for the second time in three seasons. (Read More)


Roger Woods scored 19 points and Arkansas-Little Rock punched its ticket to the NCAA Tournament with a dominant second half, beating Louisiana-Monroe, 70-50. (Read More)

The 2016 season has been remarkable for the absence of a truly potent powerhouse that looks capable of running away with the national title, but in beating the Virginia Cavaliers in the ACC title game, the Tar Heels demonstrated they have the potential to do just that. (Read More)

Denzel Valentine and his classmates are determined to end their careers with a national title. And Tom Izzo is determined to get them there. (Read More)

Malcolm Brogdon’s 21st shot of the ACC tournament final was a desperate three-pointer that cut Virginia’s deficit to six points against North Carolina in the closing minutes. The newly minted conference player of the year added one more field goal attempt for a career-high 22 against the Tar Heels, but it wasn’t enough, as an eight-minute scoring drought in the second half doomed No. 4 Virginia in a 61-57 loss to North Carolina. (Read More)


Kevin Willard was being interviewed on live television when Isaiah Whitehead and a couple of his Seton Hall teammates ran up and started rubbing the coach’s shaved head. You can do that when you just led your team to its first Big East Tournament title in 23 years. (Read More)

Devonte Graham matched a career-high with 27 points Saturday night, Wayne Selden Jr. added 21, and the top-ranked Jayhawks overcame a remarkable performance by West Virginia’s Devin Williams for an 81-71 victory over the No. 9 Mountaineers in the Big 12 Tournament title game. (Read More)


Utah managed to keep Oregon close through the Pac-12 championship’s first 10 minutes despite poor shooting and some careless mistakes. Once the Ducks started flying, the Utes had no chance of catching them.  (Read More)


Uncle Anthony’s stylistic choices are rivaled only by his enthusiasm for his nephew and the Jayhawks. (Read More)

Seriously, this shot is just ridiculous. (Read More)


Take that! And that! (Read More)

But it’s not a big deal to him. (Read More)

Couch Slouch explains why he detests the NCAA basketball tournament. (Read More)