As always, the NCAA tournament has provided us with jaw-dropping moments, exciting games, and Cinderella teams (be honest: had you heard of Florida Gulf Coast University until this tournament?). At Brand Thunder, we’ve partnered with many universities to provide fans with official browser themes that allow users to closely follow all of the action surrounding their favorite teams.
Be sure to check out our available Sweet 16 NCAA tournament themes below!
The top seed of the tournament hasn’t disappointed, which means fans of the Cardinals should be flocking to this NCAA tournament theme. The road gets tougher from here, but Rick Pitino’s squad has been one of the most impressive in the field thus far.
Another year, another Sweet 16 appearance for the Spartans. Like clockwork, Michigan State finds itself among college basketball’s best, matched up against another tournament titan in Duke.
The Blue Devils didn’t look great against Creighton, but a win’s a win in the tournament. Duke is always a tough out, making this one of the safest bets (if there is such a thing) among our college basketball browser themes.
The Explorers have been one of the biggest bracket-busting teams in the tournament, as they are led by superior guard play (as most great teams are). They take on Wichita State in the Sweet 16, which means one of these mid-majors will get the chance to play for the Final Four.
The West region has been a disaster for the top seeds, but Arizona has easily handled its business so far. The road gets significantly tougher against Ohio State, but the Wildcats have proven they are capable of a deep run in the tournament.
Buckeyes fans should be downloading this March Madness theme simply out of respect for Aaron Craft, who hit the game-winning three-pointer against Iowa State. For a moment, it looked like the Cyclones might be able to topple Ohio State, but Craft kept the Buckeyes in pursuit of bigger goals.
North Carolina had the Jayhawks’ number early on, until Kansas decided to kick things into gear and throttle the Tar Heels in the Round of 32. Led by a spectacular defense, the Kansas NCAA tournament theme can be downloaded with pride.
The Big Ten is proving its worth in the tournament, and Michigan’s demolition of high-scoring VCU is certainly evidence of that. With Trey Burke leading the way, the Wolverines are not to be taken lightly.
Indiana should really be thanking its lucky stars for making it to the Sweet 16, as Temple had the Hoosiers on the ropes for their entire matchup in the Round of 32. But, as good teams usually do, Indiana found a way to survive and advance.
Other than Georgetown’s crushing loss to Florida Gulf Coast, the Big East has had a fairly strong showing in the tournament, including Marquette’s exciting victory over Butler. Do they have what it takes to beat Miami, though?
A lot of people wondered why the Hurricanes weren’t given a No. 1 seed in the tournament, but it almost didn’t matter as Illinois nearly pulled off the upset against them. Nevertheless, Miami survived and moves forward toward the Final Four.
Build Your Own NCAA Tournament Theme
Don’t see your favorite team listed above (we’re still looking at you Florida Gulf Coast University)? Don’t worry – you can still show off your fandom by building your own browser theme. With BT:Engage, you can take images from your favorite school and turn them into a browser theme that you can share with the world.
Your NCAA Tournament Browser Theme Could Win You a Fathead!
When you download one of our college basketball themes, you will see a “Win a Fathead” button directly in the theme itself. Simply enter your email and you will be entered to win weekly prizes, including a $500 Fathead gift card. Enter now.
Fatheads and a potential trip to the Final Four for your school – what could be better?