NCAA Tournament 2012: SB Nation Boston March Madness Live Chat

March Madness is upon us, and UConn, Harvard and Vermont are representing New England in the 2012 NCAA Tournament. SB Nation Boston presents its live March Madness chat, hosted by our college basketball writer Seth Orensky.

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NCAA Tournament 2012: SB Nation Boston March Madness Live Chat

March Madness begins in full on Thursday afternoon, and SB Nation Boston has you covered with our live chat for all of the action from day one of the 2012 NCAA Tournament. UConn, Harvard and Vermont are representing New England in the big dance, with both the Huskies and Crimson tipping off Thursday. Vermont won its first game against Lamar in the First Four round on Wednesday, setting up a date with North Carolina in the second round.

What's it going to take for the three New England teams to win it all? Seth Orensky, our college basketball writer, will be chatting live starting at noon Eastern to answer all of your questions. Plus, we have all of your March Madness coverage all throughout the tournament with our StoryStream. We hope you enjoy!

For more 2012 NCAA Tournament coverage, follow our StoryStream. Also visit SB Nation for more March Madness coverage. Printable bracket can be viewed by clicking here.

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