Selection Sunday is coming! With the college basketball conference tournaments beginning this week, it is time for fans to start catching March Madness fever. The NCAA Tournament is one of the greatest sporting events held each year, and this season should be one of the most fun-filled and dramatic yet as several teams in this year’s field have a legitimate shot at winning the 2018 national championship.

Who is in?

While the NCAA hasn’t officially announced any teams to the field of 68 March Madness tournament, we do know a few squads that could totally tank in the upcoming conference tournaments and still be invited to the big dance.

That list would include Michigan State, Duke, Villanova, Virginia, Kansas, Xavier, and Purdue. Sure the list is a bit longer, but these seven teams are shoo-ins, no matter what happens in their upcoming conference tournaments.

Teams that aren't in such a fortunate position will be fighting for their playoff lives this week in the conference tourneys. Teams on the proverbial "NCAA bubble" include Creighton, Texas, Seaton Hall, Syracuse, Utah, LSU, Miami Fla, Nebraska, Kansas State and Arkansas. While all these teams will need an impressive showing during their conference tournament, the Orangemen and Hurricanes should up their stock just by winning two games.

Of all these teams, the Cornhuskers should have the smallest hurdle to climb.

After finishing the season with a win over Penn State, Nebraska improved to 22-9, and an impressive 13-5 conference record in the Big Ten. A win or two in the Big Ten Tournament should be good enough for the Cornhuskers to punch their ticket to the Ncaa Tournament.

Selection Sunday

March Madness will officially get underway on Sunday, March 11 at 6 p.m.

ET. No, that’s not the date of the first game, it is when all 68 teams that have made the 2018 NCAA Tournament will officially be announced. Best known for hoops fans as Selection Sunday, the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship countdown begins the minute the 68 team bracket is made official!

Fans will be able to watch the NCAA Selection Sunday announcement live several different ways.

On television, the big announcements will air live on TBS on Sunday, March 11, at 6 p.m. ET. The show will also stream live on and So even if you are on the go, you can find out every team that is in the big dance and what seed they received.