Kentucky leads the way with top spot in March Madness

Business of Brackets: Fans Bet on Kentucky, Duke in March Madness
Business of Brackets: Fans Bet on Kentucky, Duke in March Madness



Kentucky's chasing history, trying to become the first undefeated champion in March Madness since Indiana in 1976.

They're seeded first in the Midwest Region, in search of six more wins for a perfect season. Kansas is the No. 2 seed in the Midwest.

The Wildcats defeated Arkansas 78-63 on Sunday to improve to 34-0.

Kentucky's first game will be Thursday against the winner of Tuesday's play-in game between No. 16 seeds Manhattan and Hampton.

The 68-team tournament begins Tuesday in Dayton, Ohio, with a pair of play-in games; it goes into full swing Thursday, with 16 games.

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