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NCAA.com | March 14, 2016

March Madness: Every team, ranked, from the NCAA's complete seed list

Selection Sunday: Bracket Recap

Here is the seed of every team to earn a spot in March Madness this year, as determined by the NCAA Division I men's basketball selection committee:

1. Kansas

2. North Carolina

3. Virginia

4. Oregon

5. Michigan St.

6. Oklahoma

7. Villanova

8. Xavier

9. West Virginia

10. Miami (FL)

11. Utah

12. Texas A&M

13. Duke

14. California

15. Kentucky

16. Iowa St.

17. Indiana

18. Purdue

19. Maryland

20. Baylor

21. Texas

22. Notre Dame

23. Arizona

24. Seton Hall

25. Wisconsin

26. Dayton

27. Iowa

28. Oregon St.

29. Texas Tech

30. Colorado

31. Southern California

32. Saint Joseph's

33. Providence

34. Butler

35. Cincinnati

36. UConn

37. Pittsburgh

38. Temple

39. Syracuse

40. VCU

41. Vanderbilt

42. Michigan

43. Wichita St.

44. Gonzaga

45. Tulsa

46. UNI

47. Chattanooga

48. Little Rock

49. Yale

50. South Dakota St.

51. UNCW

52. Hawaii

53. Stony Brook

54. Iona

55. Green Bay

56. Buffalo

57. Fresno St.

58. Stephen F. Austin

59. Middle Tenn.

60. CSU Bakersfield

61. UNC Asheville

62. Weber St.

63. Austin Peay

64. Hampton

65. FGCU

66. Fairleigh Dickinson

67. Southern U.

68. Holy Cross

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