March Madness: Tickets for Columbus, Omaha, Nashville, Greensboro NCAA Tournament Games

The NCAA Tournament brackets for 2012 have been announced, and that means it’s time to a) start researching bracket predictions and making your own, and b) starting planning your NCAA Tournament travel if you’re planning to attend games this over the next three weeks.

This post provides links to buy tickets to 2nd and 3rd round NCAA Tournament games in Columbus, Omaha, Nashville, and Greensboro. To see tickets for all tournament sites, click here.

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All ticket links below go to VividSeats.com. Midwest Sports Fans does have an affiliate relationship with Vivid, so we appreciate you using these links before you purchase. Not only does it help us pay our infrastructure costs and our writers, all revenue MSF takes in supports our brave troops and proud veterans via Operation Homefront.

Second and Third Round Sites and Ticket

Columbus, Ohio

Omaha, Nebraska

Nashville, Tennessee

Greensboro, North Carolina

And here are some travel links that may help with your NCAA Tournament plans:

Stay tuned to Midwest Sports Fans all March. As we always do, we will have plenty of extensive NCAA Tournament coverage both before the Tournament starts helping you fill out your brackets and throughout all three weeks.

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About Jerod Morris

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