The 68 teams who will have the opportunity to play for the NCAA Men's Basketball Championship will be revealed live on the Selection Sunday show. The top seeds may be mostly settled, but there are still teams on the bubble who will depend on the mercy of the selection committee.
Indiana, Duke, Louisville and Gonzaga look to be the No. 1 seeds headed into the show, while La Salle, St. Mary's, Tennessee and Mississippi are schools who could be the last four in. A full breakdown of who's likely to be in and who's likely to be out can be found at SB Nation's Bracketology StoryStream, and the March Madness hub has full coverage of the entire tournament.
The event starts at 6 p.m. ET on Sunday, and CBS will be providing the television coverage. For Internet users, a live stream will be broadcast here, via the NCAA's March Madness Live. There are also options available for mobile viewers with the March Madness Live iTunes app available here.