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NCAA.com | March 19, 2018

Sweet 16 tip times, commentator teams revealed

Nevada wins after 22-point comeback

Turner Sports and CBS Sports announced tip times and commentator teams for the regional semifinals of the 2018 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship on Thursday, March 22 and Friday, March 23 (7 p.m.-midnight ET, both days), with all remaining games available in their entirety across CBS and TBS, in addition to NCAA March Madness Live.  Exclusive live coverage will begin on TBS both days with Infiniti NCAA Tip-Off at 6 p.m. and will conclude with Inside March Madness presented by Buick following the network’s second game.

Following are the tip times and commentator assignments for Thursday and Friday’s regional semifinal games. Game matchups for Saturday’s Regional Finals – beginning at 6 p.m. on TBS – will be announced on Thursday after the conclusion of the night’s games.  Sunday’s Regional Finals – beginning at 2 p.m. on CBS – will be announced on Friday after the conclusion of the night’s games.

UPDATED BRACKET | HOW TO WATCH EACH GAME

This year’s NCAA Final Four national semifinals on Saturday, March 31, along with the National Championship on Monday, April 2, will air on TBS, with corresponding TeamCast presentations on TNT and TruTV.

Regional semifinals — Thursday, March 22 (7 p.m.-midnight ET)

TIP (ET) NETWORK SITE GAME PLAY-BY-PLAY/ANALYST//REPORTER
7:07 p.m. CBS Atlanta I (11) Loyola (IL) vs. (7) Nevada Brian Anderson / Chris Webber // Lisa Byington
7:37 p.m. TBS Los Angeles I (7) Texas A&M vs. (3) Michigan Kevin Harlan / Reggie Miller / Dan Bonner // Dana Jacobson
After conc. I CBS Atlanta II (9) Kansas State vs. (5) Kentucky Anderson / Webber // Byington
After conc. I TBS Los Angeles II (9) Florida State vs. (4) Gonzaga Harlan / Miller / Bonner // Jacobson

Regional semifinals — Friday, March 23 (7 p.m.-midnight ET)

TIP (ET) NETWORK SITE GAME PLAY-BY-PLAY/ANALYST//REPORTER
7:07 p.m. CBS Omaha I (5) Clemson vs. (1) Kansas Jim Nantz / Grant Hill / Bill Raftery // Tracy Wolfson
7:37 p.m. TBS Boston I (5) West Virginia vs. (1) Villanova Ian Eagle / Jim Spanarkel // Allie LaForce
After conc. I CBS Omaha II (11) Syracuse vs. (2) Duke Nantz / Hill / Raftery // Wolfson
After conc. I TBS Boston II (3) Texas Tech vs. (2) Purdue Eagle / Spanarkel // LaForce

 

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