The best time of the college basketball season is about to begin with the NCAA Tournament getting underway. Let’s take a look at the March Madness TV schedule.
2013 March Madness TV Schedule
UD Arena, Dayton, Ohio
All games will be shown on tru-TV.
Second and Third Rounds
March 21st and 23rd
The Palace of Auburn Hills – Auburn Hills, Michigan
Rupp Arena – Lexington, Kentucky
EnergySolutions Arena -Salt Lake City, Utah
HP Pavilion – San Jose, California
Games on Thursday, March 21st will be shown on CBS, TNT, TBS and truTV. Each of the four networks will be televising four games each. On Saturday, March 23rd it will be all CBS, TNT and TBS with CBS televising four games while TNT and TBS get two games each.
March 22nd and 24th
Frank Erwin Center – Austin, Texas
UD Arena – Dayton, Ohio
Sprint Center – Kansas City, Missouri
Wells Fargo Center – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Games on Friday, March 22nd will be shown on CBS, TNT, TBS and truTV. Each of the four networks will be televising four games each. The games on Sunday, March 24th will be on all four networks with CBS televising three games, TNT and TBS with two games each and truTV with one game.
Sweet Sixteen and Elite Eight
March 28th and 30th – Verizon Center – Washington, D.C.
March 28th and 30th – Staples Center – Los Angeles
March 29th and 31st – Lucas Oil Stadium –Indianapolis
March 29th and 31st – Cowboys Stadium – Arlington, Texas
The Sweet 16 coverage is split between CBS and TBS with each network getting two games on Thursday, March 28th and March 29th. All of the Elite 8 games on March 29th and 31st will be on CBS.
April 6th – Georgia Dome – Atlanta, Georgia
Both games will be televised by CBS.
NCAA Championship Game
April 8th – Georgia Dome – Atlanta, Georgia
The title game will be shown on CBS.