Who Will Win 2022 March Madness?

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Vote up the teams you think are the most likely to win the NCAA championship this year.
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Who will win March Madness 2022? March Madness is finally back, and it's time to make your March Madness 2022 bracket predictions. Throughout the 2022 college basketball season, college basketball fans have watched all the games and followed all the best players. To make the best March Madness bracket, fans must track all the possible Cinderella stories, Vegas March Madness odds, and upset predictions. Who will win the 2022 college basketball championship? Who are the best 2022 bracket dark horses? Which NCAA tournament upsets 2022 are bound to happen? What college basketball teams do you love to make the Final Four 2022?

The NCAA tourney defending champion Baylor Bears slot in as a favorite pick to repeat and win the 2022 NCAA championship. The Gonzaga Bulldogs and Auburn Tigers are also smart picks for March Madness among bracketologists. Historically successful college basketball schools, like Duke, Kansas, Arizona and Villanova, are always serious NCAA March Madness contenders who should be considered in your 2022 Final Four predictions. As far as 2022 tournament upsets go, look for underdog seeds Michigan, San Francisco, and Loyola-Chicago to upset higher seeds in their matchups. 

Vote up the college basketball teams you think have the best shot at winning the 2022 NCAA tournament and make your March Madness picks. Then, keep checking back as our 2022 March Madness rankings update with eliminated teams. 

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  • Gonzaga Bulldogs
    1
    Spokane, Washington
    9 votes
    • Conference: WCC

    #1 Seed

    ELIMINATED IN SWEET SIXTEEN BY ARKANSAS 68-74

  • Purdue Boilermakers
    2
    West Lafayette, Indiana
    6 votes
    • Conference: Big Ten

    #3 Seed

    ELIMINATED IN SWEET SIXTEEN BY SAINT PETER'S 64-67

  • Texas Tech Red Raiders
    3
    6 votes
    • Conference: Big 12

    #3 Seed

    ELIMINATED IN SWEET SIXTEEN BY DUKE 73-78

  • Arizona Wildcats
    4
    Tucson, Arizona
    6 votes
    • Conference: Pac-12

    #1 Seed

    ELIMINATED IN SWEET SIXTEEN BY HOUSTON 60-72

  • Kansas Jayhawks
    5
    8 votes
    • Conference: Big 12

    #1 Seed

    NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

  • North Carolina Tar Heels
    6
    Chapel Hill, North Carolina
    7 votes
    • Conference: ACC

    #8 Seed

    ELIMINATED IN CHAMPIONSHIP GAME BY KANSAS 69-72