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2016 NCAA Tournament Schedule

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Villanova defense shuts down Hield (2:24)

Seth Greenberg breaks down how Villanova's defense shut down Buddy Hield and sparked the largest rout in Final Four history and what this win means for the Big East as a whole. (2:24)

Kansas (South), North Carolina (East), Virginia (Midwest) and Oregon (West) are No. 1 seeds, while Michigan and Tulsa earn surprise spots in First Four. Here are the dates and locations for the 2016 NCAA men's basketball tournament.

First Four

March 15
UD Arena (Dayton, Ohio)
(16) Florida Gulf Coast 96, Fairleigh Dickinson 65
(11) Wichita State 70, (11) Vanderbilt 50

March 16
(16) Holy Cross 59, (16) Southern 55
(11) Michigan 67, (11) Tulsa 62

First/second round

March 17
Dunkin' Donuts Center (Providence, Rhode Island)
(11) Wichita State 65, (6) Arizona 55
(3) Miami 79, (14) Buffalo 72
(12) Yale 79, (5) Baylor 75
(4) Duke 93, (13) UNC Wilmington 85

Wells Fargo Arena (Des Moines, Iowa)
(1) Kansas 105, (16) Austin Peay 79
(9) UConn 74, (8) Colorado 67
(5) Indiana 99, (12) Chattanooga 74
(4) Kentucky 85, (13) Stony Brook 57

PNC Arena (Raleigh, North Carolina)
(1) North Carolina 83, (16) Florida Gulf Coast 67
(9) Providence 70, (8) USC 69
(1) Virginia 81, (16) Hampton 45
(9) Butler 71, (8) Texas Tech 61

Pepsi Center (Denver)
(12) Arkansas Little Rock 85, (5) Purdue 83
(4) Iowa State 94, (13) Iona 81
(11) Gonzaga 68, (6) Seton Hall 52
(3) Utah 80, (14) Fresno State 69

March 18
Barclays Center (Brooklyn, New York)
(7) Iowa 72, (10) Temple 70
(2) Villanova 86, (15) UNC Asheville 56
(6) Notre Dame 70, (11) Michigan 63
(14) Stephen F. Austin 70, (3) West Virginia 56

Scottrade Center (St. Louis)
(7) Wisconsin 47, (10) Pittsburgh 43
(2) Xavier 71, (15) Weber State 53
(10) Syracuse 70, (7) Dayton 51
(15) Middle Tennessee, 90 (2) Michigan State 81

Chesapeake Energy Arena (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma)
(11) Northern Iowa 75, (6) Texas 72
(3) Texas A&M 92, (14) Green Bay 65
(10) VCU 75, (7) Oregon State 67
(2) Oklahoma 82, (15) Cal State Bakersfield 68

Spokane Arena (Spokane, Washington)
(5) Maryland 79, (12) South Dakota State 74
(13) Hawaii 77, (4) California 66
(1) Oregon 91, (16) Holy Cross 52
(8) Saint Joseph's 78, (9) Cincinnati 76

March 19
Dunkin Donuts Center (Providence, Rhode Island)
(3) Miami 65, (11) Wichita State 57
(4) Duke 71, (12) Yale 64

Wells Fargo Arena (Des Moines, Iowa)
(5) Indiana 73, (4) Kentucky 67
(1) Kansas 73, (9) UConn 61

Pepsi Center (Denver, Colorado)
(4) Iowa State 78, (12) Arkansas-Little Rock 61
(11) Gonzaga 82, (3) Utah 59

PNC Arena (Raleigh, North Carolina)
(1) Virginia 77, (9) Butler 69
(1) North Carolina 85, (9) Providence 66

March 20
Barclays Center (Brooklyn, New York)
(2) Villanova 87, (7) Iowa 68
(6) Notre Dame 76, (14) Stephen F. Austin 75

Scottrade Center (St. Louis)
(10) Syracuse 75, (15) Middle Tennessee 50
(7) Wisconsin 66, (2) Xavier 63

Chesapeake Energy Arena (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma)
(2) Oklahoma 85, (10) Virginia Commonwealth 81
(3) Texas A&M 92, (14) Northern Iowa 88

Spokane Arena (Spokane, Washington)
(5) Maryland 73, (13) Hawaii 60
(1) Oregon 69, (8) St. Joseph's 64

West Regional

March 24
Honda Center (Anaheim, California)
(2) Oklahoma 77, (3) Texas A&M 63
(1) Oregon 82, (4) Duke 68

March 26
(2) Oklahoma 80, Oregon 68

South Regional

March 24
KFC Yum! Center (Louisville, Kentucky)
(2) Villanova 92, (3) Miami 69
(1) Kansas 79, (5) Maryland 63

March 26
(2) Villanova 64, (1) Kansas 59

Midwest Regional

March 25
United Center (Chicago)
(1) Virginia 84, (4) Iowa State 71
(10) Syracuse 63, (11) Gonzaga 60

March 27
(10) Syracuse 68, (1) Virginia 62

East Regional

March 25
Wells Fargo Center (Philadelphia)
(6) Notre Dame 61, (7) Wisconsin 56
(1) North Carolina 101, (5) Indiana 86

March 27
(1) North Carolina 88, (6) Notre Dame 74

Final Four

April 2
NRG Stadium (Houston)
(2)Villanova 95, (2) Oklahoma 51
(1) North Carolina 83, (10) Syracuse 66

April 4
National championship game

(2) Villanova 77, (1) North Carolina 74