NCAA Tournament TV schedule, channel guide

March 13, 2012 

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Murray State's Ivan Aska dunked over Tennessee State's Robert Covington during the Racers' victory in the championship game of the Ohio Valley Conference Tournament.



Where to find NCAA Tournament TV stations in Lexington:

CBS (WKYT): Insight 9, DirecTV 27, Dish 27

TNT: Insight 25, DirecTV 245, Dish 138

TBS: Insight 18, DirecTV 247, Dish 139

truTV: Insight 48, DirecTV 246, Dish 204


All times p.m.


6:40 — Lamar vs. Vermont (truTV)

About 9:10 — California vs. South Florida (truTV)


12:15 — Murray State vs. Colorado State (CBS)

12:40 — Kansas State vs. Southern Mississippi (truTV)

1:40 — Louisville vs. Davidson (TBS)

2:10 — Wisconsin vs. Montana (TNT)

About 2:45 — Marquette vs. BYU/Iona (CBS)

About 3:10 — Syracuse vs. UNC Asheville (truTV)

About 4:10 — New Mexico vs. Lon Beach State (TBS)

About 4:40 — Vanderbilt vs. Harvard (TNT)

6:50 — Kentucky vs. MVSU/WKU (TBS)

7:15 — Wichita State vs. VCU (CBS)

7:20 — Gonzaga vs. West Virginia (TNT)

7:27 — Baylor vs. South Dakota State (truTV)

About 9:20 — Iowa State vs. Connecticut (TBS)

About 9:45 — Indiana vs. New Mexico State (CBS)

About 9:50 — Ohio State vs. Loyola-Maryland (TNT)

About 9:57 — UNLV vs. Colorado (truTV)


12:15 — Cincinnati vs. Texas (CBS)

12:40 — San Diego State vs. North Carolina State (truTV)

1:40 — Creighton vs. Alabama (TBS)

2:10 — Florida vs. Virginia (TNT)

About 2:45 — Florida State vs. St. Bonaventure (CBS)

About 3:10 — Georgetown vs. Belmont (truTV)

About 4:10 — North Carolina vs. Lamar/Vermont (TBS)

About 4:40 — Missouri vs. Norfolk State (TNT)

6:50 — Memphis vs. Saint Louis (TBS)

7:15 — Duke vs. Lehigh (CBS)

7:20 — Michigan vs. Ohio (TNT)

7:27 — St. Mary's vs. Purdue (truTV)

About 9:10 — Michigan State vs. LIU (TBS)

About 9:45 — Notre Dame vs. Xavier (WKYT)

About 9:50 — Temple vs. California/South Florida (TNT)

About 9:57 — Kansas vs. Detroit (truTV)

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