Here is the complete Elite 8 TV schedule, including the tip times, announcers, and point spreads for each game, plus links to Andy’s previews and predictions.
The TV schedule for Saturday’s regional final games in the East and West Regions has been announced. See below.
Sweet 16 Thursday TV Schedule: Tip Times, Announcers, and Point Spreads for Syracuse-Wisconsin, Michigan State-Louisville, Ohio State-Cincinnati, and Marquette-Florida
The Sweet 16 begins tonight. Below you will find everything you need to plan your evening of basketball watching, including the tip times, announcer and network assignments, and point spreads.
n this post, I’ll break down the TV schedule for Saturday’s Round of 32 games, as well as provide a recap of what all the regions look like heading into the weekend.
With Selection Sunday now just two weeks away, teams around the country will soon be learning of their NCAA Tournament fate and destination. That also means fans will start making plans to see their teams in person or at a minimum concocting excuses to miss work for March Madness. We here at MSF support both of these endeavours and pride ourselves on being able to provide all the information you need about the 2012 NCAA Basketball Tournament to support either one, including the schedule, site, and ticket information.
Saturday night, the most unlikely Final 4 in NCAA Tournament history will tip off when Horizon League champion Butler, an 8 seed, faces Colonial Athletic Association runner-up Virginia Commonwealth, an 11 seed.
Get ready for next weekend’s Final Four with the TV schedule, matchups, and tip times for Butler-VCU and UCONN-Kentucky. It will be epic.
In this post, we quickly break down the Sweet 16 TV schedule, machups, and announcer assignments.
Let’s hope Sunday has more madness in store. Here is the TV schedule, announcer assignments, and a few quick comments by me about which games you should plan your day around.
In this post, we break down the TV schedule for the first Saturday of action in March Madness 2011. Get the start times for each contest, which network it is one, and which announcers will be calling the game.
In honor of March Madness, Travel Channel host Anthony Bourdain gives his “take” on each of the eight host cities for the 2nd/3rd rounds of the NCAA Tournament.
In the post, we provide the TV schedule and announcers assignments for the four “First Four” games and then take one final quick look at the biggest tourney snubs, with the benefit of 36 hours of perspective.