2019 March Madness Bracket Unveiled: All 68 Teams in the NCAA Tournament

68 teams fill out the field for the 2019 NCAA tournament.
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The 68 teams who will compete in the 2019 NCAA tournament were revealed on Selection Sunday, with 32 automatic contenders and 36 receipients of at-large bids all vying for a coveted championship.

Duke, Virginia, UNC and Gonzaga are this year's March Madness No. 1 seeds, with the Blue Devils taking the top overall spot.

The 32 Division I conference tournament championship winners earn automatic bids to the tournament as long as they are eligible for postseason play. Regardless of how a team performed during the regular season, if they win the tournament they are awarded a bid.

The remaining 36 teams receive at-large bids, chosen by the selection committee. Once the teams are selected, the committee is then responsible for seeding the participants by pedigree and then bracketing them into four regions: the East, West, South, and Midwest.

Here are all the teams that will be going dancing in 2019:

• Saint Mary's

• North Dakota State

• Wofford

• Colgate

• Murray State

• Fairleigh Dickinson

• Bradley

• Iona

• Northern Kentucky

• Northeastern

• Gardner-Webb

• Liberty

• Vermont

• North Carolina Central

• Iowa State

• Prairie View A&M

• Utah State

• Villanova

• Buffalo

• Montana

• Old Dominion

• Duke

• Abilene Christian

• New Mexico State

• Oregon

• UC-Irvine

• Yale

• Auburn

• Saint Louis

• Georgia State

• Michigan State

• VCU

• UCF

• Mississippi State

• Virginia Tech

• Maryland

• Belmont

• Temple

• LSU

• Louisville

• Minnesota

• Virginia 

• Ole Miss

• Oklahoma 

• Wisconsin 

• Oregon

• Kansas State

• UC Irvine 

• Purdue  

• Iowa 

• Tennessee

• North Carolina

• Utah State

• Washington 

• Kansas

• Iowa State

• Ohio State

• Houston

• Georgia State

• Seton Hall

• Kentucky

• Syracuse

• Baylor

• Marquette

• Murray State

• Florida State

• Vermont

• Arizona State

• St. John's 

• Texas Tech

• Northern Kentucky

• Nevada

• Florida

• Michigan