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College basketball games today: March Madness recap

Andrew Buller-Russ

The 2021-22 college basketball season recently completed the stage basketball fans are always waiting for: March Madness. In the end, the Jayhawks of Kansas reigned supreme to win the 68-team NCAA tournament for 2022.

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College basketball games today

There are no college basketball games today. March Madness and the 2022 NCAA Tournament came to a close on Monday, April 4 when No. 1 seed Kansas beat No. 8 seed, North Carolina, in the championship game 72-69.

The Tar Heels fell short despite the momentum off of a historic win over Duke in the Final Four, ending Coach K’s career with a loss on the biggest stage. The victory gave Kansas their fourth NCAA tournament title.

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NCAA Tournament Games

Xavier wins the NIT Tournament

The NIT Tournament is over with Xavier knocking off Texas A&M in the NIT Championship Game on Sunday with a buzzer-beater shot to win it all. This is Xavier’s first NIT championship since 1958.

2023 NCAA Tournament information

When does 2023 March Madness begin?

  • Selection Sunday: March 12
  • First Four: March 14-15 – Dayton, OH – UD Arena
  • First/Second rounds: March 16-19 – Various locations – AL, IA, FL, CA, NY, OH, CO, NC
  • West Regional: March 23, 25 – Las Vegas, NV – T-Mobile Arena
  • East Regional: March 23, 25 – New York, NY – Madison Square Garden
  • Midwest Regional: March 24, 26 – Kansas City, MO – T-Mobile Center
  • South Regional: March 24, 26 – Louisville, KY – KFC Yum! Center
  • Final Four: April 1, 3 – Houston, TX – NRG Stadium

Where do future NCAA Tournaments take place?

  • 2024 Final Four location: Arizona State University – Phoenix, AZ – State Farm Stadium
  • 2025 Final Four location: University of Texas at San Antonio, University of the Incarnate Word – San Antonio, TX – Alamodome
  • 2026 Final Four location: Horizon League, IUPUI – Indianapolis, IN – Lucas Oil Stadium

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