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Poll: What is Your Favorite Source For Online College Basketball News?

February 5th, 2010

Poll: Do You Think the NCAA Tournament Should Expand?

December 12th, 2009

Final Four TV Ratings: Up 7%

April 6th, 2009

 

CBS Sports' coverage of the Final Four on Saturday, April 4 earned an average overnight household rating/share of 9.0/18, up +7% from an 8.4/16 last year.

CBS Sports' overall average overnight household rating/share for the tournament-to-date is a 6.1/13, up +7% compared to last year's 5.7/12.

Watching the Tournament Alone: Dave's Rant

March 24th, 2009
Though I live in the Boston area, I'm not going to the NCAA Tourney games at The Garden. Why? For one, if you've never been to Boston, it's much like NYC, but without all the easy-to-find parking spots. Beantown used to have plenty of parking - in 1776. So yeah, there's an abundance of on-street parking assuming that your mode of transportation is an Appaloosa.

I guess I'd go if I got great seats. Something in the rafters would be perfect. Well, not actually "in" the rafters- but harnessed to the rafters and dangling down, hovering above the court.

NCAA Tournament: Saturday Announcer Pairings

March 21st, 2009

Saturday Announcer Pairings. Nantz & Kellogg remain in Greensboro for the power pairing of Duke & UNC games. Unlike the first round, in which Dick Enberg only did one of two sessions, he'll be announcing both of the Philadelphia games.

 

NCAA First Round: Friday CBS Announcer Pairings

March 18th, 2009

The people's favorite Gus Johnson joins Len Elmore in Minneapolis to cover the day's best set of games. Meanwhile, the solid Lundquist/Raftery combo can be considered CBS' lead pair of the day as they get the #1 overall seed Louisville, #1 Pittsburgh, and 2 potentially close 8-9 games.

 

NCAA First Round: Thursday CBS Announcer Pairings

March 17th, 2009

NCAA Tournament Round One: Thursday CBS Announcer Pairings

 

2009 NCAA Tournament: CBS TV Schedule

February 17th, 2009

All NCAA Tournament games televised on CBS, except for Play-In Game on ESPN.

 

March 15 - Sunday

6-7 pm - National Championship Selection Show

 

March 17 - Tuesday

7:30 pm - Play-In Game (ESPN)