NCAA Tournament 2017: Midwest Regional
This year's NCAA Tournament Midwest Regional will be played at the Sprint Center in Kansas City on March 23 and March 25.
Right now the Midwest Regional is the least expensive, falling below the games played in San Jose (West Regional), Memphis (South Regional) and New York (East Regional). A full strip is reselling for an average of $501, while tickets to just the Sweet 16 games are reselling for an average of $223 each. A ticket to the Elite 8 game is reselling for an average of $239.
The Midwest regional includes the No. 1 Kansas Jayhawks, who will be playing virtual home games if they advance. Other top seeds in the bracket include No. 2 Louisville Cardinals, No. 3 Oregon Ducks, and No. 4 Purdue Boilermakers. Other possible contenders include No. 5 Iowa State Cyclones, No. 6 Creighton Bluejays, No. 7 Michigan Wolverines, No. 8 Miami Hurricanes and No. 9 Michigan State Spartans. The double-digit seeds looking to make a Cinderella-esque run are No. 10 Oklahoma State Cowboys, No. 11 Rhode Island Rams, No. 12 Nevada Wolfpack, No. 13 Vermont Catamounts, No. 14 Iona Gaels, No. 15 Jacksonville State Gamecocks, and either N.C. Central Eagles or UC Davis Aggies.