So many websites. So many games. So many decisions to make while filling out your NCAA Tournament bracket.
Feeling a little water-logged from hours of swimming on the web since this year’s 68-team field was announced Sunday?
Looking for a site with all the NCAA Tournament information you need? The absolute necessities and the simple basics — a printable bracket with the sites, dates, starting times, TV networks, plus quality insight on every opening-round game?
Tired of being lured in to all those “click bait” sites that require hitting “NEXT” page after page after page, which definitely is no fun when 68 teams are involved?
CBS Sports, USA Today, Yahoo! and ESPN are all terrific sites for the tournament. But when it comes to March Madness, I’ve found it best to go directly to the source.
That source is the NCAA.
So, look no further. The best website for NCAA Tournament nuts and bolts is …