NCAA Women's Tournament 2023 selection show: How to watch, live stream Sunday's bracket reveal
South Carolina will be a heavy favorite to win its third national championship in this month's NCAA Tournament.
The 68-team field will be announced on Sunday night, with the Gamecocks among seven SEC teams expected to make the field. The Gamecocks will almost certainly be the No. 1 overall seed in the field.
The Tennessee Lady Vols have a shot at earning a hosting bid for the first weekend, and those final hosting sites will be one of the biggest questions that will be answered by Sunday's field announcement.
Here's how you can watch Sunday's bracket reveal.
How to watch NCAA Women's Tournament 2023 selection show
When: 8 p.m. ET on Sunday
Stream: Watch ESPN
How many SEC teams are expected to be in? South Carolina, LSU, Tennessee, Ole Miss and Georgia are comfortably in the field. The Gamecocks are a near-lock as the No. 1 overall seed. Alabama and Mississippi State are among the last four byes in ESPN bracketologist Charlie Creme's field.
When is the Final Four? The national semifinals are March 31 in Dallas, and April 2 is the national championship game.
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