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CBS will air both games with Verne Lundquist (play-by-play), Jim Spanarkel (commentary), and Allie LaForce (reporting) on the call.
One year later, we get the Second Round matchup we didn’t see in the 2016’s East bracket in Brooklyn, thanks to Stephen F. Austin stunning the Mountaineers in the first round. In the finale from Buffalo, the No. 1 overall seed should get a stern test from an underseeded Badger squad, and Nova will want to start much more quickly than it did against Mount St. Mary’s on Thursday night.
Salt Lake City - West Region
CBS will air both games with Andrew Catalon, Steve Lappas, and Jamie Erdahl are on the call.
Salt Lake City is the lone site where the two pods will feed into the same region, so the coaches will each be scouting the opposite game just in case a Regional Final showdown is in the cards next weekend in San José. Gonzaga was another No. 1 seed who started slowly on Thursday, and that could mean trouble against a Northwestern squad that will probably have the crowd on its side. Could you imagine the Wildcats continuing their first NCAA trip into a second week? In game two, Arizona will look to cool off a Saint Mary’s squad that looked excellent in rolling past VCU on Thursday night.
TNT will air both games with Ian Eagle, Steve Lavin, and Evan Washburn on the call.
It will be a fascinating crowd in Orlando with the Sunshine State’s archrivals occupying both ends of the doubleheader. Florida State’s size and depth should be too much for Xavier in game one, while Virginia will have to force Florida to the perimeter in the nightcap. If the Cavaliers can do that, they’ll have a great shot at advancing to their third Sweet Sixteen in four seasons.
TBS will air both games with Carter Blackburn, Mike Gminski and Debbie Antonelli, and Lisa Byington on the call.
Can Middle Tennessee do one better than last season and reach week two? If Butler plays as well as it did in dismantling Winthrop on Thursday afternoon, probably not. But the Bulldogs have been a bit inconsistent (maddeningly so if you ask their fans). The last game in Milwaukee — and of today’s lineup — should be fascinating given Purdue’s side and Iowa State’s scoring ability. It might just be similar to the game the Cyclones played against Gonzaga back over Thanksgiving weekend, a game Iowa State lost by just two.