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NCAA.com | March 21, 2015

Anthony Grant to join NCAA Tournament coverage

Turner Sports and CBS Sports have added former Alabama and Virginia Commonwealth men's basketball coach Anthony Grant as guest studio analyst for the 2015 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship airing across TBS, CBS, TNT and truTV.
 
Grant will join host Matt Winer and analysts Mateen Cleaves and Seth Davis for NCAA Tournament third round coverage on Sunday, March 22, from Turner Studios in Atlanta.
 
In his career, Grant has led three teams to NCAA Tournament appearances, along with winning three regular season conference championships, two conference tournament titles, and the Colonial Athletic Association Coach of the Year Award in 2007.
 
As an assistant coach at Florida, Grant helped lead the Gators to their first national title in 2006, along with an appearance in the 2000 National Championship Game, and eight straight NCAA Tournaments, before departing for VCU.
                                                                                             
Third round game coverage continues Sunday (Noon-Midnight) with all games available live in their entirety across four national television networks – TBS, CBS, TNT and truTV – and via NCAA March Madness Live.
 
The Final Four on Saturday, April 4, will be televised on TBS along with team-specific telecasts airing on TNT and truTV.  The National Championship Game on Monday, April 6, will air on CBS.

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