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2021-22 Viewer's Guides

Championship Fortnight Viewing Guide: Selection Sunday, March 13, 2022

Five games. Five bids. Final moments of bubble worry.

Championship Fortnight Viewing Guide: Saturday, March 12, 2022

After 61 games Thursday, 44 on Friday, there are merely 25 on today’s schedule. However, 15 of them will decide automatic bids!

Championship Fortnight Viewing Guide: Friday, March 11, 2022

There are merely 44 games on today’s schedule. However, 17 of them have bubble implications. Plus, 14 of tomorrow’s conference championship matchups will be set by the end of tonight.

Championship Fortnight Viewing Guide: Thursday, March 10, 2022

This is the peak of Selection Week, as 61 elimination games are on today’s slate, though just 12 have some sort of bubble implication (and in some cases, that’s a stretch). It’s all downhill between now and Selection Sunday.

Championship Fortnight Viewing Guide: Wednesday, March 9, 2022

This Wednesday’s busy schedule is just the precursor to a Thursday and Friday that will both be busy and loaded. Tonight’s Patriot League final will see the final automatic bid awarded until the America East final wraps up early on Saturday afternoon.

Championship Fortnight Viewing Guide: Tuesday, March 8, 2022

Six automatic bids will be decided tonight, the busiest day on that front until Selection Eve.

Championship Fortnight 2022 Viewing Guide: Monday, March 7, 2022

Even though two teams will confirm their places in the 2022 NCAA Tournament tonight, bubble teams will likely want to pay more attention to the WCC’s semifinals.

Championship Fortnight 2022 Viewing Guide: Sunday, March 6, 2022

Championship Fortnight 2022 Viewing Guide: Friday, March 4, 2022

Fans of bubble teams will turn their attention to St. Louis this afternoon and Evansville and Las Vegas tonight.

Feast Week-Plus Viewer’s Guide: Friday, November 26, 2021

Feast Week is starting to wind down, but there’s still plenty on the menu to enjoy as you avoid your nearest mall or big box store.

Feast Week-Plus Viewer’s Guide: Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 25, 2021

Let’s feast on basketball, all!

Feast Week-Plus Viewer’s Guide: Wednesday, November 24, 2021

It’s Thanksgiving Eve and that means it’s time for the relocated Maui Invitational conclude not long after the Battle 4 Atlantis begins. However, the game of the day may very well occur in Fort Myers.

Feast Week-Plus Viewer’s Guide: Tuesday, November 23, 2021

Today’s biggest game is in Las Vegas, but not part of this season’s relocated Maui Invitiational.

Feast Week-Plus Viewer’s Guide: Monday, November 22, 2021

Now, the real fun begins, as things tip off in Las Vegas for a relocated Maui Invitational, the Legends and Hall of Fame Classics return, and teams take the floor for some brand new events.

Feast Week-Plus Viewer’s Guide: Sunday, November 21, 2021

This Sunday’s slate features an impressive set of tournament championship games, stretching from early afternoon to late night.

Feast Week-Plus Viewer’s Guide: Saturday, November 20, 2021

Thanks to college football, this is a lightly-scheduled day, but the semifinal doubleheader for one of this November’s biggest events is set for the afternoon.

Feast Week-Plus Viewer’s Guide: Friday, November 19, 2021

It’s semifinal day in South Carolina and in the first Las Vegas event of 2021, while the Paradise Jam tips off in the American Caribbean.

Feast Week-Plus Viewer’s Guide: Thursday, November 18, 2021

Who’s ready for 11 straight days of high-quality tournament-heavy college basketball?

College Basketball Viewer’s Guide for November 12, 2021

With all due respect to the last three evenings and the Champions Classic, tonight feels like the real opening of the season.

Men’s College Basketball Viewer’s Guide for November 10, 2021

Tonight’s slate is a bit more manageable than Opening Night’s phone book of a schedule, which apparently set a record for most games featuring a Division I team in a single day.

College Basketball 2021-22 Opening Day/Night Viewing Guide

It’s heavy on quantity and light on quality. Even the 2021 version of the venerable Champions Classic doesn’t look so great on paper, if we are to go by last year’s results anyway.