The 2015 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament tips off on Thursday, March 18, and with it comes three weeks of madness featuring 64 universities vying for a spot in the Final Four that's set to take place next month in Indianapolis, Ind.
If your own alma-mater didn't make this year's big dance, perhaps you'll find solace in backing the rooting interest of one of your favorite Seahawks.
Browsing our current roster, which admittedly includes a few names that are currently free agents, there are 24 different players who will have a team - or in quarterback Russell Wilson's case, teams, plural - to cheer on as the single-elimination action gets underway.
Below, check out which Seahawks players' schools will be represented in this year's tournament. You can take a look at 2015's full bracket right here.
Chris Matthews - Kentucky (No. 1 seed vs No. 16 seed Hampton)
Bruce Irvin - West Virginia (No. 5 vs No. 12 Buffalo)
Cliff Avril - Purdue (No. 9 vs No. 8 Cincinnati)
Earl Thomas - Texas (No. 11 vs No. 6 Butler)
David Gilreath - Wisconsin (No. 1 vs No. 16 Coastal Carolina)
Brendan Kelly - Wisconsin (No. 1 vs No. 16 Coastal Carolina)
Mike Taylor - Wisconsin (No. 1 vs No. 16 Coastal Carolina)
Russell Wilson - Wisconsin (No. 1 vs No. 16 Coastal Carolina)
Alvin Bailey - Arkansas (No. 5 vs No. 12 Wofford)
Will Tukuafu - Oregon (No. 8 vs No. 9 Oklahoma State)
Russell Okung - Oklahoma State (No. 9 vs No. 8 Oregon)
Kevin Williams - Oklahoma State (No. 9 vs No. 8 Oregon)
Ryan Robinson - Oklahoma State (No. 9 vs No. 8 Oregon)
Cooper Helfet - Duke (No. 1 vs No. 16 North Florida/Robert Morris)
Tony Moeaki - Iowa (No. 7 vs No. 10 Davidson)
Heath Farwell - San Diego State (No. 8 vs No. 9 St. John's)
Eric Pinkins - San Diego State (No. 8 vs No. 9 St. John's)
Derrick Coleman - UCLA (No. 11 vs No. 6 SMU)
Cassius Marsh - UCLA (No. 11 vs No. 6 SMU)
Demitrius Bronson - Eastern Washington (No. 13 vs No. 4 Georgetown)
David King - Oklahoma (No. 3 vs No. 14 Albany)
Greg Scruggs - Louisville (No. 4 vs No. 13 UC Irvine)
Steven Hauschka - North Carolina State (No. 8 vs No. 9 LSU)
J.R. Sweezy - North Carolina State (No. 8 vs No. 9 LSU)
Russell Wilson - North Carolina State (No. 8 vs No. 9 LSU)