It’s bracket time! Selection Sunday is happening on March 13 at 5.30 p.m. EST, as the NCAA committees decide which basketball college teams will make the cut for March Madness. Click here to watch the live stream
It’s gearing up and everyone is really excited! March Madness is almost amongst us, as the best college basketball teams go head-to-head in the NCAA Tournament, which begins on March 15. But first it’s Selection Sunday where the NCAA committees for both the men’s and women’s game select who will be competing for the trophy. Click down to see a live stream of how the bracket unfolds!
The bracket selection, which is always riveting, is being shown in a special 2-hour broadcast by CBS, which you can access below! It’s the first time the drama has been drawn out over 2-hours, because normally we only get an hour to revel at the bracket coming together.
The coverage is promising the most in-depth discussion, including live interviews and reactions from teams as they find out their seed, region and who they will be facing off against. Ernie Johnson and Greg Gumbel will be on hosting duties from the CBS Broadcast Center in New York City. Clark Kellogg, Charles Barkley, Kenny Smith,Seth Davis and Doug Gottlieb will also be on hand to provide you all the analysis you need about the bracket as it unfolds.
As well as the masterful pundits on board, Chairman of the NCAA Division, Joseph R. Castiglione will join the guests in the studio to explain all that happens in the selection process, if you do get lost. With so many experts on hand, it’s a must-see to get you ready for March Madness.
Amazingly, this is the 35th year of the Selection Show, which was first televised in 1982! Back in those days the program was only 30 minutes! This year’s is sure to have some throwbacks from yesteryear over the 2-hours.
CBS and Turner Sports will have you covered for all 67-games this year from the 2016 NCAA Division Men’s Basketball Championship across 4 different networks, including TBS, CBS, TNT and truTV. There really is no excuse to miss it!
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