March Madness: Follow Selection Sunday live as conference tournaments wrap up

Selection Sunday is here.

Before the brackets are revealed later today though, there are still a few conference championships to play and automatic berths to lock up.

After some surprising early round upsets, the SEC and Big Ten men’s title games are both missing their top seeds as Florida takes on Auburn and Wisconsin plays Illinois. Also in action: Duquesne vs. VCU for the Atlantic 10 crown 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 on Sunday before the selection show (women’s games in italics):

12:00 p.m. ET — Ivy League (ESPN2)
12:00 p.m. ET — Patriot League (CBSSN)
12:00 p.m. ET — Northeast (ESPNU/+)
1:00 p.m. ET — SEC (ESPN)
1:00 p.m. ET — Atlantic 10 (CBS)
2:00 p.m. ET — CAA (CBSSN)
2:00 p.m. ET — MVC (ESPN2/+)
3:15 p.m. ET — American Athletic (ESPN)
3:30 p.m. ET — Big Ten (CBS)

Follow along live as titles are won and tickets are punched.

Live24 updates

  • Final: Auburn 86, Florida 67

    The Tigers pulled away in the second half for an easy win. They’re likely looking at a No. 3 seed when the bracket is announced later today.

  • Final: Duquesne 57, VCU 51

    The Dukes hold on and punch their ticket to the Big Dance for the first time since 1977! It was a nervy finish after they held a 36-22 lead at half, but they get it done.

  • VCU has come all the way back since the confetti gaffe and it’s now a one-point game with 1:34 left.

  • The Tigers have regained their footing with a 10-0 run. Nine different players have scored for Auburn.

  • The Dukes have been on a cold streak since the confetti fell. They’ve made just one of their last 15 shots and VCU has it down to single digits now.

  • Meanwhile, the Gators have closed the gap coming out of the break with a 14-7 run.

  • Confetti has fallen a bit early at the A-10 championship, where Duquesne is up big in the second half.

  • Halftime: Auburn 38, Florida 30

    The Gators are hanging around, but the Tigers’ defense was the difference in the opening half. Florida is just 9-for-32 and hasn’t made a 3-pointer.

  • Final: Yale 62, Brown 61

    Ticket punched! The Bulldogs are dancing after a buzzer-beating teardrop by Matt Knowling! They trailed 60-54 with 27 seconds left to play, but never quit, erasing the deficit and clinching an NCAA tournament bid.

  • The Tigers have gone cold for a stretch but still hold a double-digit lead thanks to their defense. It has really given Florida fits so far in this one.

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

  • Florida’s Micah Handlogten stretchered out of SEC championship after horrific leg injury

    (Steve Roberts-USA TODAY Sports)

  • They stabilized his lower left leg and have stretchered him off the court. They have not shown a replay due to the nature of the injury.

  • The Tigers have taken an early 7-2 lead but play has been halted as Micah Handlogten has gone down with a serious injury.

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