The 2023 NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament bracket has been released and fans are eagerly analyzing the matchups in hopes of predicting the winner. However, one question remains: do #1 seeds always make the final four?
According to stats compiled by Lineups, while #1 seeds have the best overall record in the tournament, they do not always make it to the final four. In fact, in the past ten years, on average only 2.2 #1 seeds have made it to the final four each year. This means that lower seeded teams have a chance to make a deep run in the tournament and shock the world.
Mr. Bubble, the official sponsor of NCAA March Madness, has also released an inside look at the tournament selection process. The company is providing fans with a behind-the-scenes look at how teams are chosen for the tournament and how the bracket is filled out.
Meanwhile, the NCAA Men’s Tournament Selection Committee is facing tough decisions as they prepare to release their own bracket. Yahoo Sports has identified the five biggest decisions the committee will have to make, including which teams will receive at-large bids and which teams will be left out.
Selection Sunday, when the NCAA men’s and women’s tournament brackets are revealed, is just around the corner. Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Magician is providing fans with all the information they need to watch the event, including an online stream, TV schedule, start time, and more.
With the excitement building, all eyes are on the NCAA Tournament and the potential for upsets, surprises, and thrilling moments in both the men’s and women’s brackets. Stay tuned for more updates as the tournament unfolds.