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2015 NCAA Tournament Tickets

NCAA Tournament tickets

NCAA Basketball Tournament Schedule

It all comes down to this. After a long and entertaining regular season, the best of the best in college basketball come together for a basketball tournament so good that they had to call it March Madness. Whether you like the powerhouses, the Cinderella story, the sentimental favorite or just the hometown team, the NCAA Basketball Tournament has a little bit of something for everybody, making it a unique sports experience that brings you some of the very best amateur athletes in the world in an intense battle for college hoops superiority. Loaded with stars headed to the next level, you never know what's going to happen at the yearly NCAA Basketball Tournament, which is why it routinely captures the imagination of basketball fans all over the country each and every year.

But if you think you're going to get the full college basketball experience because you filled out a bracket for your office pool, you're way off, as this is a tournament that comes to life when you get a chance to watch alongside thousands of your fellow fans. We all know the pros are good, but there is something extra special about watching when it's school pride on the line, creating an unbelievable atmosphere that is brimming over with excitement from game to game. With Tournament sites all over the U.S., including places like Dayton, San Antonio, San Diego and New York City just to name a few, there is bound to be a game a short road trip away.

The NCAA Basketball Experience

There are plenty of major college sports out there these days, but few can even hold a candle to the experience of big-time NCAA basketball. Come out to the stands and you'll see what all the buzz is about, as you'll be treated to an unbelievable sporting event filled with thousands of intense fans that know a thing or two about showing their support. Some things don't transfer through that fancy TV, making it always a great idea to head out to the stands so you can experience the game the way it was meant to be seen.

The Teams

The teams that make it this far are no joke, as they've gone head-to-head with the best and come out as one of the top 68 teams in the country. The high-seeded favorites tend to represent some of the traditional powerhouses, with programs like Duke, North Carolina, Kentucky, Kansas and Louisville representing just a few of the big names that have had plenty of success over the years. But it's definitely not all about the big guys, as some of the best stories each and every year come from the most unlikely of places, which is what makes the NCAA Basketball Tournament more than just a little basketball tournament. It's big dreams and big talent only when these guys take to the floor, giving fans a sports experience that you're just not going to find anywhere else.

NCAA Basketball Tournament Trivia

Did you know that the Jordan/Ewing rivalry actually got going in college?

The year was 1982, and His Airness was not officially His Airness just yet. But that was soon to change, partially aided by his first of many basketball highlights, and arguably still the sweetest. With Ewing's Georgetown Hoyas locked in a battle with Dean Smith's North Carolina Tar Heels in the 1982 championship game, up stepped an underclassman named Michael Jordan for the big shot to win the game. And from that day forward, Jordan was never left open with the clock winding down ever again.

NCAA Basketball Tournament History

Officially started all the way back in 1939, the NCAA Basketball Tournament has just grown and grown over the years. Though it went through plenty of changes, it eventually ended up with 64 teams in 1985, giving us the basic format that is still in use today. In the modern era, the Tournament has blossomed into one of the premier sporting events in the country each and every season, with the popularity growing to unbelievable levels. Teams like UCLA, Kentucky, North Carolina and Indiana have all won five titles or more, but there are plenty of other powerhouses that are always in the mix looking to add to their school's legacy. Now with 68 teams – including the play-in games – the Tournament has never been more exciting, cementing it as one of the iconic events of college athletics.

NCAA Basketball Tournament Fans

Once you're actually there soaking up the vibes of an intense game, you'll understand loud and clear what it's like to be a college hoops fan, which is why it's always a great idea to put down the remote and see it all for yourself. Basketball gets taken to a completely different level when you get to see the games from the stands, where you'll soak up the buzz of the crowd for an event that you'll be talking about long after the final whistle. We all know there are other options for sporting events these days, but once you make it out for one of the NCAA Tournament games, you'll realize you're experiencing basketball on a level that you just can't duplicate.

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