NCAA Tournament TV schedule

March 19, 2014 

NCAA Tournament on TV

THURSDAY

12:15: Ohio State vs. Dayton (CBS)

12:40: Wisconsin vs. American (truTV)

1:40: Colorado vs. Pittsburgh (TBS)

2:10: Cincinnati vs. Harvard (TNT)

2:45: Syracuse vs. Western Michigan (CBS)

3:10: Oregon vs. BYU (truTV)

4:10: Florida vs. Albany (TBS)

4:40: Michigan State vs. Delaware (TNT)

6:55: Connecticut vs. Saint Joseph's (TBS)

7:10: Michigan vs. Wofford (CBS)

7:20: Saint Louis vs. North Carolina State-Xavier winner (TNT)

7:27: Oklahoma vs. North Dakota State (truTV)

9:25: Villanova vs. Milwaukee (TBS)

9:40: Texas vs. Arizona State (CBS)

9:50: Louisville vs. Manhattan (TNT)

9:57: San Diego State vs. New Mexico State (truTV)

FRIDAY

12:15: Duke vs. Mercer (CBS)

12:40: Baylor vs. Nebraska (truTV)

1:40: New Mexico vs. Stanford (TBS)

2:10: Arizona vs. Weber State (TNT)

2:45: Massachusetts vs. Iowa-Tennessee winner (CBS)

3:10: Creighton vs. Louisiana-Lafayette (truTV)

4:10: Kansas vs. Eastern Kentucky (TBS)

4:40: Gonzaga vs. Oklahoma State (TNT)

6:55: Memphis vs. George Washington (TBS)

7:10: Wichita State vs. Cal Poly-Texas Southern winner (CBS)

7:20: North Carolina vs. Providence (TNT)

7:27: VCU vs. Stephen F. Austin (truTV)

9:25: Virginia vs. Coastal Carolina (TBS)

9:40: Kentucky vs. Kansas State (CBS)

9:50: Iowa State vs. North Carolina Central (TNT)

9:57: UCLA vs. Tulsa (truTV)

CHANNEL GUIDE

NCAA Tournament TV channels in Lexington:

CBS (WKYT): Time Warner 9 (912 HD), DirecTV 27, Dish 27

TNT: Time Warner 25 (925 HD), DirecTV 245, Dish 138

TBS: Time Warner 18 (939 HD), DirecTV 247, Dish 139

truTV: Time Warner 48 (995 HD), DirecTV 246, Dish 242

Note: Times and TV channels for Saturday's games will be assigned after Thursday's games. Times and TV channels for Sunday's games will be announced after Friday's games.

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