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2023 NCAA Tournament bracket predictions: March Madness expert picks, winners, upsets, favorites to win

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The college basketball season has kicked off with over 350 teams qualifying for the 2023 NCAA Tournament. On Sunday, the field of contenders shrunk to 68 as the Division I Men’s Basketball Committee revealed his madness bracket for the 2023 March for the first time.

All you have to do is choose.

CBS Sports experts have been preparing for this very moment for months. We’ve broken down the tape, looked at the top players, and put together all the information you need to create a guide to building your bracket. From the #1 team to his #16 seed, we cover all 68 teams, all 65 games, and all three weeks of his tournament.

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Okay, enough fun. on the bracket…

2023 NCAA Tournament Bracket Predictions

Gary Parrish

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Great coaches, great guards, experienced players, and NBA talent are usually what it takes to win a national title. Houston has Kelvin Sampson as a great coach, Jamal Shedd and Marcus Susser as excellent guards, four of Houston’s top five scorers are non-freshmen, and Susser and Jareth Walker are both Considering it’s a first round pick in the NBA Draft, it ticks all the boxes. Worried about Sasser’s groin injury? Sure, a little. But if he’s okay, I think Houston will have six more wins in this bracket than anyone else and be ready to cut the net on the first Monday night in April.

Matt Norlander

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Kyle Boone

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The health of star guard and leading scorer Marcus Susser may cast doubt on the Cougars’ potential, but if he makes a full return, Houston will be considered the frontrunner until further notice. should. This Kelvin Sampson-led club is one of the toughest, most balanced teams in the sport and the toughest matchup for any opposing team. They routinely rake his grass offensively and succeed on second his chance opportunities, crushing teams at an methodical pace. March Entering His Madness With his 31 wins and just his 3 losses, this Houston his team is rated #1 on multiple analytics sites and the only team in the sport with a top 11 offense and defense As such, it has the balance of offense and defense that competitors need. with an adjusted efficiency rating.

Dennis Dodd

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chip patterson

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I started filling out the bracket knowing how unlikely the school would be to reverse after winning the national championship. We also know how unlikely it is that a program will win a national championship, lose most of its primary rotation players, and then come back and fight for the national championship. But that’s exactly what Kansas has done, notching his record 17 wins in Quad 1, earning his one more Big 12 regular-season crown, and earning him one in the NCAA Tournament. won the third No. 1 seed. I think the bracket will break in their favor because UCLA is dealing with injury issues and Kansas can match styles with the likes of UConn and Gonzaga if needed. From there it’s his fourth meeting with Texas in Houston. This should be an epic match. Next, I’ll face the winner of my Chaos side, which has Arizona from the South and Duke from the East. The Blue Devils haven’t played like the 5th seed in their last nine games. They’re healthier, and good freshmen are getting more comfortable with their roles. It’s a bad draw for Purdue, and it’s made worse by the Madison Square Garden setting (the building where Duke plays each year) for Suite 16 and Elite Eight.

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