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2009 NCAA Brackets Announced – Selection Sunday Results

Written by:
Carrie Stroup
Published on:
Mar/15/2009

Carrie Stroup here and I will be with you through this Selection Sunday program.  The 2009 NCAA brackets were being announced this evening immediately following the Ohio State vs. Purdue game, won by the Boilermakers.  As these results come in, Gambling911.com will be posting them.

Gambling911.com is the gambling news and March Madness odds authority.  Be sure to get all your 2009 NCAA brackets and odds news here throughout this busy betting season following the Selection Sunday results. 

Early predictions had Louisville, North Carolina and Pittsburgh as likely candidates to earn number one seeds while Memphis was also vying for a number one seed. 

Then there was the question of which teams would just barely squeak into the 2009 NCAA Tournament. 

Would it be St. Mary's?  Creighton?  San Diego State?

Remember - Sportsbook.com  is offering odds and massive March Madness contests you do not want to miss. 

For all you office pool NCAA brackets nuts, do not fill in your brackets tonight or tomorrow.  Watch the lines, watch what people are betting, study important trends for each team early on to determine any potential bracket busters or dark horses. 

Again, we will be covering all the latest NCAA basketball odds moves and any other important March Madness news over the next few weeks.  Selection Sunday through Thursday is traditionally one of Gambling911.com's most trafficked periods of the year.

The seedings run from number one through number sixteen. 

Below I will be bringing you the teams and seeds as they come in so that you can begin creating your 2009 NCAA brackets.

Odds should be available shortly. 

Louisville is the overall number one seed.  Will play in the Midwest Region.

Pittsburgh is in the East region, North Carolina in the South, UConn in the West.  These are your four number one seeds. 

Midwest Region:

#1 Louisville will play the winner of Alabama vs. Morehead 

#2 Michigan State plays #15 Robert Morris

#3 Kansas plays #14 North Dakota State

#4 Wake Forest will play #13 Cleveland State

#5 Utah will play #12 Arizona

#6 West Virginia will play #11 Dayton

#7 Boston College will play #10 USC

#8 Ohio State will play #9 Sienna 

In the West:

#1 Connecticut plays Chatanooga

#2 Memphis plays Cal Northridge

#3 Missouri plays Cornell

#4 Washington plays Miss St.

#5  Purdue plays Northern Iowa

#6 Maquette plays Utah

#7 California plays Maryland

#8 BYU plays Texas A&M 

The East Region:

#1 Pittsburgh plays ETSU

#8 Oklahoma meets Tennessee

#5 Florida St meets Wisconsin

#4 Xavier meets Portland

#2 Duke meets Binghamton

#7 Texas meets Minnesota

#3 Villanova meets American University

#6 UCLA will meet a solid VCU 

South Region:

#1 North Carolina meets Radford

#8 LSU meets Butler

#5 Illinois meets Western Kentucky

#4 Gonzaga meets Akron

#2 Oklahoma meets Morgan State

#7 Clemson meets Michigan

#3 Syracuse is the 7th Big East team in this tournament and they will meet Stephen F. Austin

#6 Arizona State will meet Temple. 

 Remember - Sportsbook.com  is offering odds and massive March Madness contests you do not want to miss.

Carrie Stroup reporting for Gambling911.com  

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