NCAA Basketball Tournament Tickets for 2014

 Get  NCAA March Madness basketball tickets for top teams including  Syracuse Orange, Louisville Cardinals, Arizona Wildcats, Texas Longhorns, Florida Gators, Iowa State, Wichita State, Iowa, San Diego State, Kentucky Wildcats, Villanova, Oklahoma State Cowboys, Cincinnati Bearcats, Virginia, Kansas Jayhawks, Oklahoma Sooners, Michigan State, UConn Huskies, Michigan Wolverines, Gonzaga Bulldog, Duke Blue Devils,Memphis Tigers, Creighton, Pitt Panthers, St Louis Billikens and more from Ticket Liquidator and Ticketsnow by Ticketmaster. Have you gotten your NCAA bracket done for 2014? The 2014 NCAA basketball season has started to heat up so it is better to get your tickets right now. The last symbol of pure sports, college basketball tickets are always hot sellers, no matter the game. With popular teams like the Syracuse Orange, Kansas Jayhawks, Duke Blue Devils, Kentucky Wildcats and UConn Huskies, there’s never a dull moment in any match.Pretty soon the 2014 NCAA Tournament will be right at your doorstep, but until then enjoy another great season of college basketball by getting your tickets today! 

NCAA-march-madness-2014The 2014 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament involves 68 teams, all playing in a single-elimination tournament to establish one team as the National Champion of men’s NCAA Division I college basketball. The season is scheduled to begin on March 18, 2014, and concludes with the much awaited championship game on April 7 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

The East Regional games will be held in Madison Square Garden. It is the first time the current MSG has ever been used as a venue for the NCAA Tournament held in the city of New York in the last 40 years of games. Buy your tickets at Ticketsnow and save on March Madness tickets now.

If there are no changes in the current format, a total of 68 teams will enter the 2014 tournament. Thirty-one out of the 32 automatic bid-teams will be given to the program that wins their conference tournament. The remaining automatic bid will go, as usual, to the Ivy League regular season champion as Ivy Leagues do not hold a conference tournament. The remaining 36 teams will be granted “at-large” bids, which are extended by the NCAA Selection Committee. This is only possible because of the addition of the new American Athletic Conference, which will consist of the FBS football-playing schools of the original Big East Conference. The new Big East i of 10 colleges s going to include all the teams that do not sponsor football at the FBS level: the so-called Catholic 7 from the original Big East, plus Butler and Xavier from the Atlantic 10 Conference, and Creighton from the Missouri Valley Conference.

Eight teams—the four lowest-seeded automatic qualifiers and the four lowest-seeded at-large teams—will play in the First Four (the successor to what had been popularly known as “play-in games” through the 2010 tournament). The winners of these games will advance to the main draw of the tournament.

2014 NCAA Tournament: Sites, Venues and Hosts

First Four: Tuesday and Wednesday, March 18 and 19
University of Dayton Arena, Dayton, OH Host: University of Dayton
Second and Third Rounds: Thursday and Saturday, March 20 and 22
First Niagara Center, Buffalo, NY Host: Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference
Bradley Center, Milwaukee, WI Host: Marquette
Amway Center, Orlando, FL Host: Stetson
Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Spokane, WA Host: Washington State
Second and Third Rounds: Friday and Sunday, March 21 and 23
PNC Arena, Raleigh, NC Host: North Carolina State
Viejas Arena, San Diego, CA Host: San Diego State
Scotttrade Center, St. Louis, MO Host: Missouri Valley Conference
AT&T Center, San Antonio, TX Host: Texas-San Antonio
Regionals: Thursday and Saturday, March 27 and 29
Honda Center, Anaheim, CA Host: Big West Conference
FedEx Forum, Memphis, TN Host: Memphis
Regionals: Friday and Sunday, March 28 and 30
Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, IN Host: Horizon League
Madison Square Garden, New York, NY Host: Big East Conference/St. John’s University
Final Four: Saturday and Monday, April 5 and 7
Dallas Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, TX Host: Big 12 Conference

March is the most important time of any year for avid basketball fans, signaling the arrival of March Madness. This annual event gives basketball fans the opportunity to witness college basketball’s finest teams from around the nation battle it out to establish themselves as the best team in the league. Only one team can net the Championship title, so be present court-side to cheer on your favorite teams as they compete and do their best to stake their claim on who earns a place in the last match up. As March Madness is knocking at your door, do not neglect to purchase your NCAA men’s basketball tournament tickets for a chance to watch your favorite team face off with its opponent. For more info about Ticketsnow discount codes and deals for NCAA basketball tickets, please visit now!