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NCAA.com | March 12, 2015

Road to the Final Four® Begins Selection Sunday

Turner Sports and CBS Sports will begin the road to the Final Four with the exclusive, live first-time announcement of the pairings for the 2015 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship on the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship Selection Show at 6 p.m. ET Sunday on CBS.

Greg Gumbel will host the one-hour show, joined by Clark Kellogg, Doug Gottlieb and Seth Davis live from the CBS Broadcast Center in New York. Scott Barnes, Chairman of the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Committee, will join live from Indianapolis to provide an in-depth look into the selection process. In addition, Jim Nantz, Grant Hill and Bill Raftery will join via satellite from the United Center, site of the Big Ten championship in Chicago.

The NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship Selection Show also will be available via NCAA March Madness Live, the March Madness Live app via online, tablets and mobile devices.

For the fifth consecutive year, CBS Sports and Turner Sports will provide live coverage of all 67 games from the 2015 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship across four national television networks -- TBS, CBS, TNT and truTV -- and via NCAA March Madness Live. The Final Four on April 4 will be televised on TBS, with team-specific telecasts on TNT and truTV, and the national championship on April 6 will air on CBS.

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