Sweet 16 TV Schedule, Announcer Assignments & Spreads

This post is from 2010!!!

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What an opening weekend.

I am sure that there have been opening weekends that have been as good or close to as a good, but I can’t imagine another NCAA Tournament opening weekend being better than what we just saw.

There were buzzer beaters, huge upsets, Cinderellas that lasted to the second weekend, tremendous individual performances, and just a lot of really, really good basketball. This weekend proved, once again, why the NCAA Tournament is the most exciting event in sports.

Now it is time for the second weekend, the Sweet 16 and then the Elite 8, and we have all of the TV schedule, announcer, and spread info you need.

First, let’s talk about tickets. If you are thinking about going to any of the four regional sites this weekend, here the links to StubHub that you need:

sweet-16-tv-schedule-tickets-announcersNow, let’s break down the TV schedule, announcer assignments (courtesy of FangsBites.com), and spreads for each of the Sweet 16 matchups. Throughout this week I will be posting previews and prediction for each game (or as many as I’m able to get to). I’ll update this post with links once those posts are done.

Follow the link to view the entire 2010 NCAA Tournament schedule.

East Region (Thursday/Saturday Games)

#2 West Virginia v #11 Washington

#1 Kentucky v #12 Cornell

The winners of this game will play on Saturday, March 27th. The time will be determined once the matchups are known. The announcers will be the same.

West Region (Thursday/Saturday Games)

#1 Syracuse v #5 Butler

#2 Kansas State v #6 Xavier

The winners of this game will play on Saturday, March 27th. The time will be determined once the matchups are known. The announcers will be the same.


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South Region (Friday/Sunday Games)

#3 Baylor v #10 St. Mary’s

#4 Purdue v #1 Duke

The winners of this game will play on Sunday, March 28th. The time will be determined once the matchups are known. The announcers will be the same.

Midwest Region (Friday/Sunday Games)

#5 Michigan State v #9 Northern Iowa

#2 Ohio State v #6 Tennessee

The winners of this game will play on Sunday, March 28th. The time will be determined once the matchups are known. The announcers will be the same.

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* – Basketball image credit: eHow.com



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Comments

  1. I think we are over do for a last second finish in a Gus Johnson announced game. Go Butler!

    • We can only hope. If Gus doesn't get one this weekend, CBS should allow him to call every game until he gets a tight finish, even Jim Nantz has to be booted from the National Championship game.

      4thanddone.com

  2. Len Elmore must have graduated from Kansas State – I have never heard a more biased announcer in the tourney – I have no dog in this hunt, but he is Obviously for ks

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