Printable March Madness 2020 schedule
If you’re a basketball fan, you’re probably ready for the upcoming March Madness, but if you’re not, we’ve prepared the best printable March Madness 2020 schedule for you. In it, you’ll find the most important dates, hosts, and facilities where the games will be held. This is one of the most renowned sporting competitions of each year. Are you ready to watch these titans hit the court?
Printable March Madness 2020 schedule
Every single Basketball fan is thrilled by the thought of March Madness, which is why having a printable March Madness 2020 schedule is vital for them. If you’re already discussing stats, points, rankings, and making bets with your friends, you’ll probably want a way to easily keep up with all the results. Our NCAA Men’s Tournament Schedule is exactly what you need.
2020 NCAA Men’s Tournament Schedule
The post-season leading to this tournament was incredible, so the expectations are really tight when talking about certain possible matches. With so many dominant teams, we know that Selection Sunday (which will be on March 15) will bring a few surprises to most of us. That goes without even mentioning the seeding. Are you ready to make your predictions?
The First Four, First, and Second Round of March Madness 2020.
Who knows which First Four teams will have to fight their way into the final 64-team bracket. All we can tell you is that there are more than a few amazing teams that are good enough to make it into the bracket through selection, aside from the automatic 32. That’s why this year’s selection process will be very tight, selecting very strong teams as the First Four, maybe all of them possible Cinderella teams.
Those First Four teams will face each other on Tuesday 17 and Wednesday 18, at the University of Dayton, in Dayton, Ohio. Last year’s tournament started the same way.
The First and Second Round starts almost simultaneously, on March 19 through 21, and March 20 until 22 respectively. Here’s the list of hosts, dates, and locations for each of the games.
|March 19/21||Albany, NY||Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference|
|March 19/21||Spokane, WA||University of Idaho|
|March 19/21||St. Louis, MO||Missouri Valley Conference|
|March 19/21||Tampa, FL||University of South Florida|
|March 20/22||Greensboro, NC||Atlantic Coast Conference|
|March 20/22||Omaha, NE||Creighton University|
|March 20/22||Sacramento, CA||Sacramento State University|
|March 20/22||Cleveland, OH||Mid-American Conference/Cleveland State|
Sweet 16 and Elite 8 of March Madness 2020.
When the Sweet 16 and Elite 8 are separated from the rest of the teams, the hype levels are about to reach climax. Those will be some of the most exciting games of this tournament. You can expect only the best of the best to reach this stage of the tourney, as only true ability and not lucky shots will define the last remaining teams. See below the list of dates, hosts, and locations where the games will take place.
|March 26/28||Indianapolis, IN||Horizon League/IUPUI|
|March 26/28||Los Angeles, CA||Pepperdine University|
|March 27/29||Houston, TX||University of Houston|
|March 27/29||New York, NY||St. John’s University/Big East Conference|
Final Four and Championship.
In every tournament comes a moment when men are separated from kids, and for this particular competition, the Final Four is that stage. The last four surviving teams will fight fearlessly for their place at the Final Championship. With so many good teams, we know these are going to be four amazing matches that will keep you sitting at the edge of your chairs. Maybe, more than one surprise will take place as well.
The Final Four teams will face each other on April 4 (Saturday), and two days later, on April 6 (Monday) you’ll enjoy the final Championship where a new team will be crowned as the best.
Download the best Printable March Madness 2020 schedule here so you can keep up with all the games. You can also check this blank NCAA Men’s Tournament bracket, so you can make your predictions about the final picks.
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