#March Madness is here! The NCAA Tournament bracket seedings [VIDEO] for 2018 have officially been announced, and already millions of #College Basketball fans are scrambling to print off their own bracket and start making their selections. If you are in need of your own bracket don't worry, just click the tweet below!

This is the most wonderful time of the year for college hoops fans [VIDEO]as we will soon have the answers to all of the questions buzzing around the tourney.

Can North Carolina repeat? Will a long shot make it to the Final Four? Who will be this year's Cinderella team? While only time will reveal all of the answers, fans will be put through one nail-biting game after another - and most wouldn't have it any other way.

The No. 1 seeds

History has shown us that when you are a No. 1 seed in the March Madness Tournament, you are guaranteed a win. Never before in #Ncaa Tournament history has a No. 1 lost to a No. 16. Several No. 16’s have given the top team a scare, but not one of them has yet to walk off the court victorious in this tournament against the top dog. Is this the year that it finally happens?

On paper, it doesn’t look like it, but this is March Madness, and upsets can and will happen!

This year's No. 1 seeds include Virginia, who is also the number one overall seed, Villanova, Xavier, and Kansas.

It is hard to imagine any of these four teams heading home after one game, but you never know.

Where and when all the action takes place

According to the official NCAA.com website, all of the hoops madness will officially get underway Tuesday evening from Dayton, Ohio with the First Four play in games. Tuesday's games will feature LIU Brooklyn vs Radford at 6:40 p.m. ET followed by St Bonaventure vs. UCLA at 9: 10 p.m. ET.

Wednesday's matchups include NC Central taking on Texas Southern followed by Arizona State vs. Syracuse in the nightcap. The winners will move on to the field of 64 with hopes of being the Cinderella story of 2018.

Here is a look at all of the dates and locations for the entire 2018 NCAA March Madness Tournament.

First Four:

  • Dayton, Ohio -- March 13-14

First & Second Rounds:

  • Pittsburgh -- March 15 & 17
  • Wichita -- March 15 & 17
  • Dallas -- March 15 & 17
  • Boise -- March 15 & 17
  • Charlotte -- March 16 & 18
  • Detroit -- March 16 & 18
  • Nashville -- March 16 & 18
  • San Diego -- March 16 & 18

Regionals:

  • Midwest -- Omaha -- March 23 & 25
  • West -- Los Angeles -- March 22 & 24
  • South -- Atlanta -- March 22 & 24
  • East -- Boston -- March 23 & 25

Final Four:

  • San Antonio -- March 31, April 2