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The 64-Team Bracket For The 2019 NCAA Tournament Is Now Set

The 2019 NCAA Tournament bracket

The 2019 NCAA Tournament officially tipped off on Tuesday night with the first two games of the 'First Four' in Dayton. But Thursday afternoon is when the action really heats up. There will be 16 games played in the next 24 hours.

There have already been four games in this year's tournament. On Tuesday night, Fairleigh Dickinson took down Prairie View A&M, 82-76. Belmont then outlasted Temple, 81-70.

Wednesday night, North Dakota State took down North Carolina Central, 78-74. The final game of the 'First Four' saw Arizona State take down St. John's, 74-65.

That leaves us with the traditional 64-team bracket. You can view it below:

The Spun NCAA Tournament bracket.

The first game on Thursday will feature No. 7 Louisville vs. No. 10 Minnesota. No. 3 LSU vs. No. 14 Yale will follow shortly after.

By the end of Thursday, the tournament will be down to 48 teams. After Friday, we'll have our second round number of 32.

This year's 1-seeds are Duke, Gonzaga, Virginia and North Carolina. The Blue Devils, after the return of Zion Williamson, are the favorite to cut down the nets in April.