If you’re interested, I’ve included below the NCAA selection committee’s official seed list — the ranking of all 68 teams, in order (i.e., each team’s true seed). It’s fairly simple: The top four are the No. 1 seeds, the second four are the No. 2s, the third four are the No. 3s, etc. It gets [...] Originally posted by College Hotline Click here to view the article.