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NCAA Tournament Tickets - Columbus

NCAA Tournament Columbus tickets

NCAA Tournament - Columbus Schedule

Always one of the most thrilling times of the year, the NCAA Tournament has basketball lovers counting down the days until all the action finally get started. Teams have been working all year in hopes of hearing their names called on Selection Sunday and once the games begin anything can happen. The teams that survived the Play-in Round or were chosen to participate in the Round of 64 are the best in all of college basketball and none of them are looking to have their dreams of a Final Four run dashed during the first weekend. The first weekend of the Tournament is in many ways the most exciting of the entire season and is where big time upsets occur and this year's Cinderella teams emerge.

Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio will host the second and third rounds of the 2015 NCAA Tournament and the arena will surely be buzzing with excitement all weekend long. The first games will be played on Friday, March 20th when there will be a morning and afternoon session with the winners advancing to play again on Sunday the 22nd with a trip to the Sweet Sixteen on the line. If you are looking for clutch plays, big defensive stops, come from behind wins, and monumental upsets you have come to the right place in the NCAA Tournament. StubHub has tickets for every session of the NCAA Tournament at Nationwide Arena in Columbus.


The Experience

Many of the greatest student athletes in the world take part in college basketball, and the game is in possession of some the most dedicated fans in all of sports, this combination produces an environment that cannot be found anywhere else in the world of sports. When you step into Nationwide Arena for the 2015 NCAA Tournament this will all be evident. As the teams get set for the opening tip off, fans stand up and loudly cheer for their favorite team. The games continue with end-to-end action, big-time shots and clutch defensive stops. Suddenly the clock is winding down in the second half and the two sides are desperately looking to gain control of a game that has been back and forth for most of the afternoon. Anxiety fills the arena both on the court and in the stands and each possession becomes more and more important. Finally one team pulls ahead just long enough to advance to the next round and their players and fans explode in ecstasy.


NCAA Basketball Tournament

Every year when March arrives there is a surge of interest in college basketball with newly christened college hoops experts popping up all over the country. The ubiquitous Tournament brackets cause even the most freshly minted basketball fan to explore every available sports news outlet and website looking for every last detail that could potentially help them win their office pool. Often times people who think of themselves as the biggest experts find their brackets busted in the first weekend as lesser-known colleges pick off some of the traditionally dominant schools who all of the professional commentators predicted would be among the last ones standing. Indeed, each school in the Tournament has a chance to make it to the final game since there is an such parity in college hoops which is exactly what makes the event so appealing.


The Teams

All year long teams have been battling for a chance to make it into the NCAA Tournament, from the smaller schools who need to win their conference tournament to the perennial contenders who seem to always be part of the field every year. Everyone celebrates when they at long last see their name on the bracket. Every athlete who participates in Division I basketball dreams of participating in the NCAA Tournament and by attending the games you have the chance to be there as dreams are fulfilled. Even teams that are considered huge underdogs begin the Tournament believing they have what it takes to cut down the nets the final weekend. It only takes one win at a time to advance and by the time the first weekend comes to a close there is at least one Cinderella moving on to the Sweet Sixteen. Whether it is a traditional powerhouse or a long shot hoping to prove that they can hang with the big boys, every team in the Tourney will give it their all in hopes of surviving and advancing. The one-and-done nature of the NCAA Tournament creates for unforgettable moments and has made the NCAA Tournament an event that appeals to even the most casual sports fan.


Trivia

In 2011 the NCAA Tournament was expanded from 64 teams to 68 with eight of the teams playing the opening round in Dayton, Ohio in hopes of making it to the Round of 64 the first weekend.

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Mar 20, 2015 12:55 PM
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Columbus, OH
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