Right now, we should be all be sitting down and watching CBS as the 2020 NCAA Tournament bracket is unveiled. Sadly, that isn't happening this year.
The coronavirus outbreak has robbed us of March Madness. For the first time since 1938, there will be no NCAA Tournament.
In lieu of an actual bracket and seed breakdown, ESPN's Joe Lunardi has dropped his seed list from 1-to-68. He also revealed a mock broadcasting schedule as if the tournament would be played on ESPN.
Kansas, Gonzaga, Baylor and Dayton are Lunardi's top four seeds. San Diego State, Florida State, Creighton and Kentucky are on the two-line, with Villanova, Duke, Michigan State and Seton Hall as the three seeds.
Maryland, Oregon, Louisville and Wisconsin round out the top 16 overall seeds. You can see the full 68-team list below.
With no games--and no official bracket--this year, stuff like this is the best we can do.
How do you think Lunardi's mock bracket looks?