March Madness schedule released for 2020 NCAA Tournament: Here’s the printable PDF

March Madness 2020 schedule

Do you already have your printable march madness 2020 schedule? It’s almost that time of the year when we all start feeling the heat of the NCAA Division I men’s basketball tournament. You probably know it best as March Madness due to the intensity and excitement of the tournament and the culture around this annual basketball event.

Now, less than a month away from Selection Sunday, fans have already started posting their predictions of the final bracket. Are you ready for this exciting time?

Printable March Madness 2020 schedule

When talking about March Madness, everyone starts looking at March Madness betting guides and conversation turns to teams, picks, averages, and percentages. The dates and schedule also make the discussion with nearly every NCAA basketball fan begins planning out their time to watch the broadcasts of games – each one with the potential to be historic.

Today (Feb. 19), the official March Madness 2020 schedule was posted for the first time. Here’s a quick look into every step of the March Madness 2020 schedule.

Printable March Madness 2020 schedule

2020 March Madness Schedule and Selection Sunday

The expectation surrounding this tournament is continually growing especially after such amazing post-season games from past March Madness tournaments. As we saw today when the first schedule was revealed then Selection Sunday will take place on March 15.

There are a few fan favorites to be picked, but you can expect this part of the bracket and seeding to be as controversial as last year’s NCAA Tournament. With so many interesting teams under the scope, we’ll surely have a few Cinderellas this year.

First Four 2020

On Tuesday 17 and Wednesday 18, the First Four games of the tournament will take place. Some interesting underdogs will have to fight their right into the final 64 teams. The games will be hosted by the University of Dayton, in Dayton, Ohio, just like last year’s tournament.

NCAA First and Second Round

The First Round starts on March 19 until March 21. The Second Round starts right away from March 20 until March 22. Four incredible action-packed days where several teams will dispute their right to fit the lines of the Sweet 16. The hosts and sites for the tournament have been determined for this year’s event (and beyond).

 

City/State Hosts
Dayton, OH University of Dayton
Albany, NY Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference
Spokane, WA University of Idaho
St. Louis, MO Missouri Valley Conference
Tampa, FL University of South Florida
Greensboro, NC Atlantic Coast Conference
Omaha, NE Creighton University
Sacramento, CA Sacramento State University
Cleveland, OH Mid-American Conference/Cleveland State

The 2020 Sweet 16 and Elite 8

Closer to its end, the Sweet 16 will play on Thursday 26 and Friday 27 of March, and right after that, the Elite 8 will take their places. The games will be held almost immediately, on March 28 and 29.

Sweet 16.

  • Indianapolis, IN, Horizon League/IUPUI
  • Los Angeles, CA, Pepperdine University

Elite 8.

  • Houston, TX, University of Houston
  • New York, NY, St. John’s University/Big East Conference

The NCAA Final Four and Championship

The Final Four teams will play each other on April 4. As usual, we can already foresee two intense matches, where only two dominating teams will continue to the finals. After that, the last two surviving teams will fight each other for the Championship two days later, on April 6. The games will be hosted by the Georgia Institute of Technology, on the Mercedes-Benz Stadium, in Atlanta.

March Madness 2020 Final Four

You can check out the fully Printable March Madness 2020 schedule here. The brackets will soon be on their way so for the safest betting sites, go to https://www.safestbettingsites.com/.

 

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