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Kentucky, Villanova, Wisconsin, Duke earn No. 1 seeds in 2015 NCAA Tournament

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CBT’s 2015 NCAA Tournament Printable Bracket

After going a perfect 34-0 in the regular season, SEC-champion Kentucky is the No. 1 overall seed. The Wildcats enter the 2015 NCAA Tournament as the heavy favorite and they’re joined by Duke, Wisconsin and Villanova as No. 1 seeds.

First Four games (Tuesday, Wednesday in Dayton, Ohio)

No. 16 seeds: Manhattan (19-13) vs. Hampton (16-17) and North Florida (23-11) vs. Robert Morris (19-14)

No. 11 seeds: Boise State (25-8) vs. Dayton (25-8) and BYU (25-9) vs. Ole Miss (20-12)

CBT’s 2015 NCAA Tournament South Region Instant Analysis. Duke is the No. 1 seed for the 13th time and they have to get past Gonzaga, Iowa State and Georgetown.

CBT’s 2015 NCAA Tournament East Region Instant Analysis. Villanova gets the No. 1 seed but they’ll have to get past a difficult region that includes No. 2 seed Virginia.

CBT’s 2015 NCAA Tournament West Region Instant Analysis. Will we see No. 1 seed Wisconsin and No. 2 Arizona battle again for the West Region crown?

CBT’s 2015 NCAA Tournament Midwest Region Instant Analysis. Kentucky is the heavy favorite but can No. 2 seed Kansas make the Elite 8 to setup a rematch against the Wildcats? The first matchup wasn’t pretty.

That’s the rundown. Now you’ll need to prep for your bracket. The links below will get you started.

Here’s the official seed list for the 2015 NCAA Tournament and the conference breakdown.

Which teams got snubbed by the committee? We take a look at the bubble teams that didn’t make it.

Did the committee make the right call when it came to No. 1 seeds?

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