NCAA Men's Final Four Tickets for Sale

The NCAA Tournament has been synonymous with college basketball since the middle of the 20th century. Before the tourney became the Big Dance or March Madness it played second fiddle to the National Invitational Tournament (NIT). The NIT was played in the media capital of the world, New York, at basketball's Mecca, Madison Square Garden. Both tournaments began in the late 1930s, but for the first 15 years the champion of the NIT was deemed the college basketball national champion.

That all changed, of course, and now the NCAA Tournament is the superior brand. The moment NCAA Tournament tickets go on sale, all those rabid fans from the 65 schools heading to the regionals purchase them within minutes. The NCAA Tournament is now an American institution, much like the World Series and the Super Bowl. The pangs for the championships begin with the Sweet Sixteen and are only made ravenous by the Final Four. Get NCAA Mens Final Four tickets from OnlineSeats to enjoy the two rounds at the Superdome.

This year the Final Four will bring the NCAA Mens Tournament to the Superdome in New Orleans, LA, beginning on March 24, 2012. The winner of the South Region will meet the winner of the East Region and the West Region will meet the Midwest Region. NCAA Mens Final Four tickets will be terrific opportunities for college basketball's biggest fans to cheer their teams on live.

So far the one of the number seeds has been knocked out. The Michigan State Spartans bowed out to the Louisville Cardinals. The Cardinals will be playing the Florida Gators, the number seven seed, in the Elite Eight to determine the representative in the West Region. The Midwest Region, the region this winner will be playing, will feature UNC, Ohio, NC State, or Kansas. The Tar Heels are the number one seed and the favorites.

The East Region is down to a 1-2 match up between the Syracuse Orangemen and the Ohio State Buckeyes. The South Region still has four teams remaining, Kentucky, Indiana, Baylor, and Xavier. These have been the two most predictable regions, but things should be getting much more exciting as the Sweet Sixteen ushers in the Elite Eight and finally brings us to the Final Four.