NCAA Selection Sunday 2013: Time, TV schedule, streaming and more

Al Bello

Selection Sunday brings news of exactly who fills out the March Madness bracket, with the favor of the selection committee blessing some teams and cursing others.

Fans looking to see who grabbed the No. 1 seeds and which bubble teams made the cut can tune in to the Selection Sunday show, where all 68 teams in the NCAA Basketball Men's Division I Championship Tournament will be revealed. Indiana, Duke, Louisville and Gonzaga look to be the most likely top-seeded teams, while La Salle, St. Mary's, Mississippi and Tennessee are looking like the last four in.

A complete breakdown of the latest in bracketology, including the likely fates of teams on the bubble, can be found in SB Nation's Bracketology StoryStream. For a full rundown of everything from the tournament, check out the March Madness hub.

Television coverage of the Selection Sunday show comes via CBS, with the broadcast starting at 6 p.m. ET. Fans will also be able to stream the show online via March Madness Live, and on mobile devices via the app available through iTunes.

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