NCAA Tournament: South Regional
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NCAA Tournament South Regional History
The South Regional is no stranger to exciting NCAA Tournament games. One of the most memorable is the 2007 Sweet 16 matchup between Ohio State and Tennessee. The Buckeyes found themselves facing a 17-point deficit at half before battling back behind 25 points from guard Ron Lewis. Up by one with the clock ticking down, OSU's Greg Oden blocked a shot to preserve the win and send his team to the Elite Eight. Ohio State would go on to the National Championship where the school lost to the Florida Gators.
Last year's NCAA Tournament South Regional featured a star-studded lineup of teams, with the top four seeds advancing to play in the Sweet 16. North Carolina and Kentucky, the No. 1 and No. 2 seeds, moved onto the Elite Eight for the next chapter in this historic rivalry. UNC forward Luke Maye became the hero that night when he hit a jump shot with 0.3 seconds remaining, sending the Tar Heels to the Final Four. UNC would go on to win its sixth basketball National Championship.
South Regional Ticket Prices
South Regional prices are more than likely to move as the matchup is set and the games get closer, so be sure to check back as March Madness progresses. To see current ticket prices, scan the event listings at the top of this page for a look at Full Strip, Session 1, and Session 2 offerings.
March Madness 2020 Early Round Sites
The first and second round games for this year’s NCAA Tournament are taking place in eight exciting U.S. cities. To shop tickets in each of these locations, follow the links below.