NCAA Tournament 2016: All 68 teams ranked from first to worst

On Sunday, the 68-team field for the 2016 NCAA Tournament was unveiled.

Kansas, North Carolina, Virginia and Oregon had the honors of being the No. 1 seeds in the tournament, while the No. 2 seeds belonged to Michigan State, Oklahoma, Villanova and Xavier.

On the opposite end of the spectrum, you have teams like Florida Gulf Coast, Farleigh Dickson and Holy Cross just along for a likely very brief ride.

Following the release of the March Madness bracket, the NCAA tweeted out a complete ranking of the 68-team field.

So how does your favorite team stack up and who are the biggest underdogs as the 2016 NCAA Tournament gets set to kickoff? Check out the full list below:

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LSU opts not to play in the postseason
LSU opts not to play in the postseason