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March Madness 2023: How to watch Selection Sunday on March 12

Selection Sunday and Mizzou is in, but where and when?!

NCAA Basketball: Tulsa at Cincinnati Aaron Doster-USA TODAY Sports

It’s here!

Well, almost here. This is published Saturday night and Selection Sunday is tomorrow. Before the selection show, we have some games to play as well. The Championship games will be played in the Ivy League, the SEC, the Atlantic 10, the American, and the Big 10.

There are 32 conferences in Division 1 which receive an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament, so with five still to play that means 27 have received their bids. Here are the conferences and their winners:

  • Northeast — Fairleigh Dickinson
  • SWAC — Texas Southern
  • Southland — Texas A&M Corpus Christi
  • Ohio Valley — Southeast Missouri State
  • MEAC — Howard
  • Patriot — Colgate
  • Colonial — Charleston
  • America East — Vermont
  • Summit — Oral Roberts
  • MAAC — Iona
  • Big South — UNC Asheville
  • Horizon — Northern Kentucky
  • Southern — Furman
  • MAC — Kent State
  • Atlantic Sun — Kennesaw State
  • Big Sky — Montana State
  • Missouri Valley — Drake
  • Big West — UC-Santa Barbera
  • Sun Belt — Louisiana
  • WAC — Grand Canyon
  • CUSA — FAU
  • WCC — Gonzaga
  • ACC — Duke
  • MWC — San Diego State
  • Pac-12 — Arizona
  • Big East — Marquette
  • Big 12 — Texas

Selection Sunday is a day of joy for a lot of teams, and misery for others. Missouri has missed way more often than they’ve hit since joining the SEC. They’ve made the tournament just three times, in 2013, 2018, and again 2021. That’s a 50% hit rate for Frank Haith, a 0% hit rate for Kim Anderson, and a 40% hit rate for Cuonzo Martin. Dennis Gates is about to make his hit rate 100% when the Tigers receive their bid tomorrow.

Most of the ranges have Mizzou between a 6 and a 9 seed, but the consensus seems to be around a 7.


TIME: 5:00 p.m. CT

DATE: Sunday, March 12, 2023


STREAM: Paramount+ / MarchMadness Live app


Selection Show Party Set for Sunday at Mizzou Arena

All Mizzou fans are invited to watch the NCAA Tournament Selection Show with the team on Sunday.

The Tigers are set to host a Selection Show Watch Party at Mizzou Arena. Doors open at 4 p.m. and includes a Kids Zone with free food, while supplies last. The tournament bracket is then revealed at 5 p.m. as MU learns its opponent and destination for the 2023 NCAA Tournament.

The event is free to the public to attend. All lots outside Mizzou Arena, other than Lot K, are also open to park for free.

The Tigers are set to enter the 2023 NCAA Tournament with a 24-9 record – the team’s most wins in 11 years. Mizzou also matched its best SEC record in school history at 11-7, while advancing to the conference semifinals for the first time.

The women’s Selection Show will occur at 7:00 pm CT on ESPN.

Selection Sunday Games to Watch

Event Time (CT) Visitor Odds Home Odds O/U TV
Event Time (CT) Visitor Odds Home Odds O/U TV
Ivy Final 11:00 AM Princeton Yale -3 140 ESPN2
SEC Final 12:00 PM Texas A&M Alabama -4 145.5 ESPN
A10 Final 12:00 PM Dayton VCU -2.5 124.5 CBS
AAC Final 2:15 PM Memphis Houston -6 135 ESPN
Big 10 Final 2:30 PM Penn State Purdue -6.5 134.5 CBS

DraftKings odds can be found here as the tournament goes on.

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