One of the most parity ripe college basketball seasons in recent memory comes to a head this evening when the 68 participants in the 2014 NCAA Tournament will be formerly unveiled. In addition to the 31 champions of conference tournaments (and the regular season champions of the Ivy League), the remaining 36 at-large teams selected by unveiled tonight in a special hosted by Greg Gumbel and company.
If you're going to be on the go or for whatever reason you can't wrestle away the remote, you're not out of luck. CBS has elected to stream the reveal of this year's bracket live via March Madness Live on the CBSSports.com website. You're also able to download the March Madness Live app on iOS, Android, and Windows mobile devices.
The question now (besides of course for Ohio State fans as to whether or not the Buckeyes will be a 5 or a 6 seed) is who will be the fourth one seed? We know that SEC regular season and tournament champions Florida will be one, Pac-12 regular season champions (and post-season tournament runners up) Arizona will most likely be another, and the undefeated, 34-0 Wichita State Shockers, who ended the Buckeyes' season a year prior, will be the third. Will the fourth be ACC regular season/conference tournament champion Virginia, the red hot Louisville Cardinals, or any number or other traditional powers (Villanova, Wisconsin, Kansas, and Duke amongst them)?
How to watch
Time: 6 p.m. ET
TV channel: CBS (WBNS 10TV in Columbus)
Streaming online: March Madness Live (from CBS Sports)