In 2018, the College Basketball Tournament will be back.
If you haven’t seen it, you’ll probably want to.
It’s a very special tournament, a rare chance to see the top teams in the world battle it out for the top spot in college basketball.
It also happens to be the most popular college basketball tournament in the country, with a television audience of at least 100 million people each year.
But as it happens, the tournament is also a big deal.
The tournament is the most watched sporting event in the U.S. every year.
It has more than 1.4 billion viewers on ESPN alone, which means that it’s one of the most-watched sporting events in the entire country.
To get a better idea of what that means, TechCrunch decided to break down the college basketball schedule and find out what it’s like to watch college basketball from 2018.
We’ll start by breaking down the top eight teams in each conference and then dig into each matchup.
Then, we’ll take a look at the best college basketball matchups of 2018 and what to expect on the big stage.
If that’s not enough for you, we’ve got some more in-depth coverage.
Here are the top 10 teams in college sports from 2018 and a breakdown of the tournament.
TOP 8 TEAMS: Duke (No. 2 seed), North Carolina (No-1 seed), Gonzaga (No.-1 seed) Michigan State (No, 1 seed), Louisville (No., 1 seed) Gonzaga(No. 3 seed), Duke(No., No. 3) Louisville(No, No. 6) Kentucky (No.)
Ohio State(No) Texas A&M(No).
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