Live from Selection Sunday

Live from Selection Sunday

Coach Billy Donovan's Florida squad is the overall No. 1 seed in this season's NCAA tournament.

The Gators received the top spot in the South Regional. Arizona is the No. 1 seed in the West. Wichita State is the No. 1 seed in the Midwest, and Virginia is the top team in the East.

Ohio State plays Dayton in an Interstate 70 matchup in the South Regional.

Wisconsin is a No. 2 seed and will play American on Thursday in Milwaukee in the West Regional.

Michigan State, which won the Big Ten tournament Sunday, is seeded fourth in the East and will face 13th-seeded Delaware.

Bill Self's Kansas Jayhawks are seeded second in the South.

Lon Kruger's Oklahoma Sooners are seeded fifth in the West.

Nebraska is seeded 11th in the West.

In the Midwest Regional, Kansas State coach Bruce Weber will bring his ninth-seeded Wildcats to St. Louis, the site of his crowning achievement where he led Illinois to the national title game in 2005 against North Carolina.

Michigan is seeded second in the Midwest and will open against Wofford. Iowa is seeded 11th in the Midwest and will open in a play-in game against Tennessee in Dayton, Ohio.

Minnesota, a bubble team, did not make the NCAA field.

For a break from basketball, former Illini Scott Langley just finished third.

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