NCAA bracket 2019: Check out your ultimate guide with Final Four, March Madness predictions, NCAA Tournament schedule
Your hub for everything you need to know ahead of the 2019 NCAA Tournament
The March Madness action is rapidly coming to a close here in the 2019 NCAA Tournament, with the Final Four giving us our final two national title contenders. Monday night in Minneapolis, both Texas Tech and Virginia punched their tickets to the title game, and soon we will be crowning a new national champion in college basketball.
Below, you will find all the basics -- the bracket itself, how to play our Bracket Games -- as well as expert picks and analysis for every regional in the field and so much more. CBS Sports will be with you from now through the national championship on Monday, April 8, so stay tuned for full coverage of the 2019 NCAA Tournament.
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Final Four 2019
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