It's the most wonderful time of the year! March Madness is the time where hardcore and casual sports fans alike can bond over filling out 2018 March Madness brackets and bragging about alma maters. This list consists of all of the most likely NCAA tournament participants, including starting lineups for each team. The question at hand is, "who will win the 2018 NCAA tournament?" Vote for the best college basketball teams or vote for the top teams in their respective conferences.
On this list, which also includes each team's starting 5, you'll find perennial powerhouses such as the Kansas Jayhawks, Duke Blue Devils, North Carolina Tar Heels, Michigan State Spartans, Kentucky Wildcats, and Arizona Wildcats. Small basketball teams hoping to pull off a string of huge upsets would be the Nevada Wolf Pack, TCU Horned Frogs, St. Bonaventure Bonnies, and Vermont Catamounts.
Whether you prefer to fill out your March Madness brackets by doing heavy research or by flipping a coin, have fun choosing the winner and Final Four of the 2018 NCAA tournament. After you are finished, head on over and check out this list of March Madness facts you've never heard before. This updated bracket will show which teams are eliminated and which schools are still in the Big Dance, so make sure to come back and check after every round!
Lost to Kansas in Elite 8
Lost to Syracuse in 2nd Round
2018 NCAA Champions!
Lost to Texas A&M in 2nd Round
Lost to UMBC in 1st Round
Lost to Florida State in Sweet 16
Lost to Buffalo in 1st Round
Lost to Florida State in 2nd Round
Lost to Villanova in Final Four
Lost to Nevada in 2nd Round
Lost to Texas Tech in Sweet 16
Lost to Villanova in Championship Game
Lost to Marshall in 1st Round
Lost to Kansas State in Sweet 16
Lost to Rhode Island in 1st Round
Lost to Gonzaga in 2nd Round
Lost to Clemson in 2nd Round
Lost to Texas Tech in 2nd Round
Lost to Virginia in Sweet 16
Lost to Michigan in 2nd Round
Lost to Loyola-Chicago in 2nd Round
Lost to Michigan in Final Four
Lost to Kansas in Sweet 16
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Lost to Loyola Chicago in Sweet 16
Lost to Villanova in Elite 8