NCAA Tournament 2013 Schedule: When and Where to Catch All the Action
If you're planning on missing any of the most exhilarating, dramatic and spine-tingling tournament in all of sports, we have one simple suggestion for you.
Don't do it.
School? Work? Plans with a significant other? Wedding? Kickball game? Just don't go.
What is your excitement level for this year's tourney?
This year's college hoops season has been undoubtedly hectic, as top-five teams have been allergic to winning, shocking upsets have run rampant and heart-pounding, and chill-inducing finishes have simply become the norm.
Judging by the type of season it has been, a tournament pitting 68 seemingly inseparable teams against each other will unquestionably be, well, madness.
And that's the way, uh huh uh huh, I like it.
If that sounds like something you might be interested in, here's a look at when and where to see it all.
First Four (Round 1)
|1||March 19||UD Arena||Dayton, Ohio||6:30 p.m.||truTV|
|2||March 19||UD Arena||Dayton, Ohio||9 p.m.||truTV|
|3||March 20||UD Arena||Dayton, Ohio||6:30 p.m.||truTV|
|4||March 20||UD Arena||Dayton, Ohio||9 p.m.||truTV|
Second and Third Rounds
Games will be broadcast on CBS, TBS, TNT and truTV
|March 21, 23||The Palace of Auburn Hills||Auburn Hills, Michigan|
|March 21, 23||Rupp Arena||Lexington, Kentucky|
|March 21, 23||EnergySolutions Arena||Salt Lake City, Utah|
|March 21, 23||HP Pavilion||San Jose, California|
|March 22, 24||Frank Erwin Center||Austin, Texas|
|March 22, 24||UD Arena||Dayton, Ohio|
|March 22, 24||Sprint Center||Kansas City, Missouri|
|March 22, 24||Wells Fargo Center||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania|
Sweet 16, Elite Eight
Sweet 16 games will be broadcast on CBS, TBS, TNT and truTV. Elite Eight games will be on CBS.
|East||March 28, 30||Verizon Center||Washington, D.C.|
|West||March 28, 30||Staples Center||Los Angeles, California|
|Midwest||March 29, 31||Lucas Oil Stadium||Indianapolis, Indiana|
|South||March 29, 31||Cowboys Stadium||Arlington, Texas|
Final Four, National Championship
|Semifinal 1||April 6||Georgia Dome||Atlanta, Georgia||6 p.m.||CBS|
|Semifinal 2||April 6||Georgia Dome||Atlanta, Georgia||8:49 p.m.||CBS|
|National Championship||April 8||Georgia Dome||Atlanta, Georgia||9:23 p.m.||CBS|
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