Here's what you need to know in college hoops for Tuesday, March 7.

You get an automatic bid! You get an automatic bid! Everyone gets an automatic bid!

OK, maybe not everyone is getting one. But three more tickets were punched for March Madness Monday night.

UNCW, ETSU and Iona are going to the NCAA tournament 

UNCW took down College of Charleston in the CAA title game, Eastern Tennessee State survived UNC Greensboro for a 75-70 win in the Southern Conference championship and Iona took overtime to beat Siena 87-86 in the MAAC final.

That gives us seven automatic bids, out of 32 up for grabs. Keep track of all the tickets punched and see the full conference tournament schedule here.

Full Monday scoreboard

Four more conferences, four more bids tonight

• Horizon League — Northern Kentucky vs. Milwaukee

• Northeast Conference — St. Francis (Pa.) vs. Mt. St. Mary's

• Summit League — South Dakota St. vs. Omaha

• West Coast Conference — Gonzaga vs. St. Mary's

Full Tuesday schedule

Seven with something to prove 

If winning your conference is too boring for you, there are still 36 at-large spots open for the tournament. A problem: There are a lot more than 36 teams after those spots. The competition is fierce. Nobody makes it on rep alone.

NCAA.com's Anthony Chiusano points out seven teams that have something to prove this week.

Take a trip down ACC memory lane

The ACC tournament begins today, so now is the perfect time to reminisce on past tournaments. Unless you're not a fan of fun. Which is also cool, I guess.

NCAA.com's Joe Boozell previews this year's field and offers up some of the most memorable moments in ACC tournament history here.

Explore the penultimate AP Top 25

The Week 18 rankings were released Monday afternoon:

Kansas stayed at No. 1, making them the fifth team this season to hold the No. 1 spot for consecutive weeks. Check out our AP Poll reaction here, and glance behind the numbers of the poll here.

Speaking of numbers, here's a handful

Five. Five more days until Selection Sunday. But that's not the only number. Not today.

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NCAA.com's Janie Harris compiles 17 numbers you should get familiar with before the tournament starts next week. Sit down, pull out your notebook and start memorizing. You're running out of time.

Before we go, here's another digit for you: One — the number of NCAA bracket games that are open now on our website.

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Mark your calendar

Selection Sunday: March 12
First Four in Dayton: March 14, 15
First Thursday of the NCAA tournament: March 16
Final Four in Phoenix: April 1-3

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Daniel Wilco has worked at the AJC, Sports Illustrated, and SEC Country. His writing has also appeared on SI.com, Men’s Health, and The Cauldron.

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