Filling out the perfect bracket is one thing, knowing who to follow on Twitter for all of the March Madness events is another. From the crying to the dancing, you're not going to want to miss a minute of this tournament.
Every team has an official account, but sometimes those aren't always the best source, especially if you're a fan of more entertaining tweets. I've got you covered from college basketball must-follows to team-specific ones. You can thank me later.
The Sweet 16 - These are the national accounts to follow for all the action. They should keep you informed and in some cases, even entertained.
@marchmadness: The official NCAA account.
@MarchMadnessTV: You're going to need to know what channel TruTV is.
@JayBilas: Mr. College Hoops.
@franfrachilla: Not everyone in CBB is a quality follow, but you can't go wrong with Fran.
@RobDauster: Head college basketball guy at NBC Sports (and as of right now his Twitter avi is one of the cutest kids ever).
@BrianHamiltonSI: Sports Illustrated's college basketball guy, pretty straightforward.
@TheCauldron: Chances are they'll have a gif/vine before you even catch a replay.
@ESPNDanaOneil: Great overview of college hoops and writes damn good features.
@CampusRush: Sports Illustrated, the college version.
@NicoleAuerbach: Mainly college basketball, but also a good follow for CFB season.
@MedcalfbyESPN: Great info doesn't get hurt if he's wrong about his picks. Quality follow.
@GoodmanESPN: Not too entertaining but tweets all the insider info.
@GaryParrishCBS: Engaging on twitter and has pretty good columns to boot.
@CBSSportsCBB: Prepare yourself for a lot of gifs, vines, and memes.
@CardChronicle: CBB editor for SB Nation, kind of funny, always informative.