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Selection Sunday 2023: How to watch + betting odds

March Madness is finally here.

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The Wisconsin Badgers had an unfavorable Big Ten Tournament, as they exited in the first round to the Ohio State Buckeyes, likely ending their season at a time when they could've potentially secured a bid to the NCAA tournament.

Their fate will be determined on Sunday evening, when Selection Sunday is aired at 5 Central on CBS.

Currently, in ESPN’s Joe Lunardi’s last bracketology ranking, the Badgers are the fifth team out after their Big Ten Tournament performance, which likely places their season at a conclusion.

How to watch

What teams have an auto bid to the 2023 men’s NCAA tournament?

Going into Selection Sunday, these are the teams that already clinched their spot:

  • American East: Vermont
  • American Athletic: TBD
  • Atlantic 10: VCU
  • ACC: Duke
  • Atlantic Sun: Kennesaw State
  • Big 12: Texas
  • Big East: Marquette
  • Big Sky: Montana State
  • Big South: UNC-Asheville
  • Big Ten: TBD
  • Big West: UC Santa Barbara
  • CAA: College of Charleston
  • Conference USA: Florida Atlantic
  • Horizon League: Northern Kentucky
  • Ivy League: Princeton
  • MAAC: Iona
  • MAC: Kent State
  • MEAC: Howard
  • MVC: Drake
  • Mountain West: San Diego State
  • Northeast: Fairleigh Dickinson (Merrimack won the NEC but is not eligible)
  • Ohio Valley: Southeast Missouri State
  • Pac-12: Arizona
  • Patriot League: Colgate
  • SEC: Alabama
  • Southern: Furman
  • Southland: Texas A&M Corpus Christi
  • SWAC: Texas Southern
  • Summit League: Oral Roberts
  • Sun Belt: Louisiana
  • West Coast: Gonzaga
  • WAC: Grand Canyon