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With the field narrowed in half, each remaining NCAA team can taste a National Championship, but plenty of exciting Tournament rounds remain! Don't miss a second of exciting South Regionals action! Buy your NCAA South Regionals basketball tickets now!
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We had a great blast!!!! Awesome
By Tony from Houston, TX on 4/2/2008
High Energy, Life Time Experience, The Crowd Loved It
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This was our first time and we just had blast. I'll never miss again.

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pure excitement
By Coach Jeff from Houston, Texas on 4/2/2008
High Energy
None at all
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The look on my daughters face when we got to our seats was priceless. Due to a recent divorce I do not get to spend as much time as I would like with my daughter. This made the price I payed for the tickest all worth while. We got there early and hung in the parking lot and even had fun then.

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Great event
By rdub from houston on 4/1/2008
Great Style Of Play, High Energy, Stadium Packed
Hard to see
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Great event. Well organized. Only complaint is hard to see the action from the risers.

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Games & fans were great; seats were ok.
By A basketball fan no matter who the teams from Houston, Texas on 3/31/2008
High Energy, Stadium Packed
Seats were an issue
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I bought the tickets before anyone new which teams would be playing so I was surprised that the best available tickets were so far away from the basketball court. The seats were my one disappointment with the whole experience.

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NCAA Men's South Regionals Basketball Tickets

The NCAA men's basketball tournament, also known as March Madness or the Big Dance, is one of the most exciting events in sports. Sixty-eight teams from all over the United States head to regional sites across the country to compete in the month-long, single-elimination, winner-take-all contest to crown college basketball's champion. The brackets are broken up into four regions - East, West, South and Midwest - and, after four play-in games that reduce the total number of entrants to 64, 16 teams compete in each region. To be a part of the exciting action, purchase your NCAA men's South regionals tickets today.

The NCAA tournament may be the most popular event in American sports. While the Super Bowl draws more television fans for one game, the Big Dance usurps the public's attention for four weeks, leading to missed days at work, fanatic fervor among even non-basketball fans and, of course, huge parties to watch and celebrate the national championship game.

The Final Four is where it's all decided, but often the most thrilling games are played during the regionals. There, the greatest programs in college basketball face off against small schools that are looking to put a feather in their caps that they can look back on for years to come.