Final Four — Saturday/Monday — Indianapolis, IN — Lucas Oil Stadium
Kevin Kugler (play-by-play), Clark Kellogg (game analyst), John Thompson (pregame contributor)
Bill Walton (halftime/postgame analyst), Jim Gray (courtside reporter), Jason Horowitz (host)
First Four — Dayton, OH — University of Dayton Arena
Brandon Gaudin & Alaa Abdelnaby
2nd/3rd Round — Thursday/Saturday — Jacksonville, FL — Veterans Memorial Arena
Tom McCarthy & Donny Marshall
2nd/3rd Round — Thursday/Saturday — Louisville, KY — KFC Yum! Center
John Sadak & Bill Frieder
2nd/3rd Round — Thursday/Saturday — Pittsburgh, PA — Consol Energy Center
Scott Graham & Kevin Grevey
2nd/3rd Round — Thursday/Saturday — Portland, OR — Moda Center
Wayne Larrivee & Mike Montgomery
2nd/3rd Round — Friday/Sunday — Charlotte, NC — Time Warner Cable Arena
Gary Cohen & Kelly Tripucka
2nd/3rd Round — Friday/Sunday — Columbus, OH — Nationwide Arena
Dave Sims & Jim Jackson
2nd/3rd Round — Friday/Sunday — Omaha, NE — CenturyLink Center
Kevin Kugler & Will Perdue
2nd/3rd Round — Friday/Sunday — Seattle, WA — KeyArena
Kevin Calabro & P.J. Carlesimo
Midwest Regional — Thursday/Saturday — Cleveland, OH — Quicken Loans Arena
Gary Cohen & Bill Frieder
West Regional — Thursday/Saturday — Los Angeles, CA — Staples Center
Wayne Larrivee & Donny Marshall
East Regional — Friday/Sunday — Syracuse, NY — Carrier Dome
Ian Eagle & P.J. Carlesimo
South Regional — Friday/Sunday — Houston, TX — NRG Stadium
Kevin Kugler & Will Perdue
Jason Horowitz (National) & Brad Heller (SiriusXM, streaming)
Division II Championship — Saturday, March 28th — Evansville, IN — Ford Center
Brandon Gaudin & Kevin Grevey
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