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March Madness: Follow Selection Sunday live as the conference tournaments conclude

March Madness: Follow Selection Sunday live as the conference tournaments conclude

Sunday pick here.

Before the brackets are revealed later today, there are still a few conference tournaments to play and automatic berths to be locked.

After some surprising upsets in the early round, both the SEC and Big Ten men's title games lose their No. 1 seed with Florida facing Auburn and Wisconsin taking on Illinois. Also in contention: Duquesne vs. VCU for the Atlantic 10 Crown championship and Temple vs. UAB for the AAC title. There are four conference championship games on the women's side, headlined by Missouri State facing Drake in the MVC final.

Here's what's in store for us on Sunday before the selection show (women's games in italics):

12:00 PM ET – Ivy League (ESPN2)
12:00 PM ET – Patriot League (CBSSN)
12:00 PM ET — Northeastern (ESPNU/+)
1:00 PM ET – Securities and Exchange Commission (ESPN)
1:00 PM ET – Atlantic 10 (CBS)
2:00 PM ET – CAA (CBSSN)
2:00 PM ET – MVC (ESPN2/+)
3:15 PM ET – American Athletic (ESPN)
3:30 PM ET – Big Ten (CBS)

Follow the live broadcast as titles are won and tickets are punched.

He lives20 updates

  • Final: Yale 62, Brown 61

    The ticket is punched! The Bulldogs dance after Matt Nowling's tear! They trailed 60-54 with 27 seconds left, but never pulled away, erasing the deficit and earning an NCAA Tournament bid.

  • The Tigers bounced back to 10-0. Nine different players scored for Auburn.

  • The Dukes have been out cold since the confetti fell. They've only shot one of their last 15 snaps, and VCU is down to single digits now.

  • Meanwhile, the Gators closed the gap after the break with a score of 14-7.

  • Confetti fell behind a bit early in the A-10 tournament, as Duquesne took a big lead in the second half.

  • Halftime: Auburn 38, Florida 30

    The Gators hung around, but the Tigers' defense was the difference in the first half. Florida is just 9-for-32 and has not made a 3-pointer.

  • The Tigers have gone cold for a long time but still hold a double-digit lead thanks to their defense. Florida has given proportionality so far in this matter.

  • Duquesne had a double-digit lead midway through the first half. Day Grant has 10 for the Dukes already.

  • Florida's Micah Handlugten has withdrawn from the SEC Tournament after a gruesome leg injury

    (Steve Roberts-USA Today Sports)

    (Steve Roberts-USA Today Sports)

  • They pinned his left leg and dragged him off the field. They did not show any replay due to the nature of the injury.

  • The Tigers took an early 7-2 lead, but play was stopped due to a serious injury to Micah Handlugten.

  • On the women's side, Holy Cross took a 34-23 lead over Boston in the first half of the Patriot League title game, and Sacred Heart took a big lead over LeMoyne in the third quarter of the NEC title game.

  • The Ivy League title game went into intermission with Yale leading 26-22.

  • The SEC title game between Florida and Auburn is moments away from kicking off.

  • Good evening guys and welcome to the Select Sunday live tracker! We're still a few hours away from the men's selection show, but there are plenty of conference championship games going on while we wait.