Tag Archive: NCAA Basketball Tournament 2011

Mar 25 2011

Round of 16 Part 2

A good night for the underdogs, 3 out of 4.  Don’t complain to me about how they busted your brackets, I root, I don’t pool.

I plan on keeping the Men’s and Women’s tournaments separate and if I’m up to it there is Formula One Qualifying in Australia at 2 am (repeated midnight on Sunday with the race itself to follow at 2 am).

Who says we’re a political blog?

Last Night’s Results

Seed Team Record Score Seed Team Record Score Region
2 San Diego St. 35 – 3 67 3 *Connecticut 31 – 9 74 West
2 *Florida 31 – 7 83 3 BYU 34 – 5 74 Southeast
1 Duke 34 – 5 77 5 *Arizona 31 – 7 93 West
4 Wisconsin 26 – 9 54 8 *Butler 25 – 9 61 Southeast

Armando is convinced that there is no way Virginia Commonwealth can stand up against Florida State, but it’s just a 10 seed against an 11 and I don’t see any reason they shouldn’t stay lucky.

Did I mention I’m rooting for Richmond?

Current Matchups

Time Network Seed Team Record Seed Team Record Region
7:15 CBS 2 North Carolina 29 – 7 11 Marquette 23 – 14 East
7:27 TBS 1 Kansas 36 – 2 12 Richmond 29 – 7 Southwest
9:45 CBS 1 Ohio St. 35 – 2 4 Kentucky 33 – 8 East
9:57 TBS 10 Florida St. 25 – 10 11 Virginia Commonwealth 26 – 11 Southwest

Follow the 2011 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament on The Stars Hollow Gazette.

If you don’t like squeeky shoes you can look for alternate programming here-

For a more traditional bracket try CBS Sports.

Mar 24 2011

Round of 16 Part 1

When last we listened to men in squeeky shoes it was a night of upsets with half the contests going against the seeded teams.  The severe underdog triumphs were Virginia Commonwealth, Marquette, and Florida State but Arizona also won against form.

Sunday’s Results

Seed Team Record Score Seed Team Record Score Region
2 *North Carolina 29 – 7 86 7 Washington 25 – 11 83 East
1 *Duke 34 – 4 73 8 Michigan 21 – 14 71 West
1 *Ohio St. 35 – 2 98 8 George Mason 29 – 6 66 East
4 Texas 29 – 8 69 5 *Arizona 30 – 7 70 West
3 Purdue 27 – 8 76 11 *Virginia Commonwealth 26 – 11 94 Southwest
3 Syracuse 27 – 8 62 11 *Marquette 23 – 14 66 East
1 *Kansas 36 – 2 73 9 Illinois 23 – 14 59 Southwest
2 Notre Dame 29 – 7 57 10 *Florida St. 25 – 10 71 Southwest

Ah, it seems like yesterday but it was actually the day before that and it was women.  As I said before it’s time to root for those you hate less, not many underdogs today except for Butler and Arizona.

UConn Huskies

UConn Husky, symbol of might to the foe.

Fight, fight Connecticut, It’s vict’ry, Let’s go. (go. go. go)

Connecticut UConn Husky,

Do it again for the White and Blue

So go--go--go Connecticut, Connecticut U.

C-O-N-N-E-C-T-I-C-U-T

Connecticut, Conneticut Husky, Connecticut Husky

Connecticut C-O-N-N-U!

As the top Google Blogger reports, the lyrics are “deeply stupid” and it’s hard to admit that as a member of the Marching Band I was required to memorize them and sing them a cappella at each home game.

Of course I was heavily medicated at the time.

Current Matchups

Time Network Seed Team Record Seed Team Record Region
7:15 pm CBS 2 San Diego St. 35 – 2 3 Connecticut 30 – 9 West
7:27 pm TBS 2 Florida 30 – 7 3 BYU 34 – 4 Southeast
9:45 pm CBS 1 Duke 34 – 4 5 Arizona 30 – 7 West
9:57 pm TBS 4 Wisconsin 26 – 8 8 Butler 24 – 9 Southeast

Follow the 2011 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament on The Stars Hollow Gazette.

If you don’t like squeeky shoes you can look for alternate programming here-

For a more traditional bracket try CBS Sports.

Mar 22 2011

Round of 32 Day 2

NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament 2011

Not a good night for underdogs, only North Carolina and Gonzaga beat the seeds.  Advancing underdogs playing tonight are Purdue and West Virginia.

Connecticut gets their own channel, ESPN, for their 7:00 pm game, everyone else shares time on ESPN2.  I like the Lady Huskies, don’t get me wrong, but it does seem kind of unfair especially since if they play to form the game is going to be a snooze fest anyway.

Now tomorrow night will be my first one without basketball in 8 days, but instead of being sensible and taking a nap I have some out of town errands if the weather holds.  Men’s Round of 16 starts Thursday, Round of 8 (Regional Championships) Saturday.  The Women’s Round of 16 starts Saturday and their Regional Championships (Round of 8) on Monday.  Men’s Final 4 on Saturday the 2nd, Championship Monday.  Women’s Final 4 on Sunday, Championship Tuesday.

And then it’s done until next year.

Yesterday’s Results

Seed Team Record Score Seed Team Record Score Region
3 *DePaul 25 – 9 73 6 Penn State 24 – 10 75 East
2 *Duke 30 – 3 71 10 Marist 30 – 3 66 East
1 *Tennessee 32 – 2 79 8 Marquette 23 – 9 70 Southeast
4 *Ohio State 23 – 9 67 5 Georgia Tech 23 – 11 60 Southeast
2 *Notre Dame 27 – 7 77 10 Temple 23 – 9 64 Southeast
1 *Stanford 30 – 2 75 9 St. John’s 21 – 11 49 West
4 Kentucky 24 – 9 74 5 *North Carolina 26 – 8 86 West
3 UCLA 27 – 5 75 11 *Gonzaga 29 – 4 89 West

Current Matchups

Time Seed Team Record Seed Team Record Region
7:05 pm 1 Connecticut 33 – 1 9 Purdue 21 – 11 East
7:05 pm 3 Miami (Fla.) 28 – 4 6 Oklahoma 22 – 11 Southeast
7:10 pm 2 Xavier 29 – 2 7 Louisville 21 – 12 West
7:15 pm 4 Maryland 24 – 7 5 Georgetown 23 – 10 East
9:35 pm 3 Florida State 24 – 7 6 Georgia 22 – 10 Southwest
9:40 pm 4 Michigan State 27 – 5 5 Wisconsin-Green Bay 33 – 1 Southwest
9:40 pm 2 Texas A&M 28 – 5 7 Rutgers 20 – 12 Southwest
9:45 pm 1 Baylor 32 – 2 9 West Virginia 24 – 9 Southwest

Follow the 2011 NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament on The Stars Hollow Gazette.

If you don’t like squeeky shoes you can look for alternate programming here-

If you like a more traditional bracket try this NCAA one, they also have a TV schedule.

Mar 21 2011

Round of 32 Day 1

NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament 2011

Well tonight we get to focus our undivided attention on the women and high time too.  The ‘Sweet’ Sixteen on the men’s side is not so much about who you’re rooting for as who you hate less.

But I digress.

Yesterday’s Results

Seed Team Record Score Seed Team Record Score Region
3 *Miami (Fla.) 28 – 4 80 14 Gardner Webb 23 – 11 62 Southeast
7 *Louisville 21 – 12 81 10 Vanderbilt 20 – 12 62 West
4 *Maryland 24 – 7 70 13 St. Francis 22- 12 48 East
1 *Connecticut 33 – 1 75 16 Hartford 17 – 16 39 East
6 *Oklahoma 22 – 11 86 11 James Madison 26 – 8 72 Southeast
2 *Xavier 29 – 2 72 15 South Dakota State 19 – 14 56 West
5 *Georgetown 23 – 10 65 12 Princeton 24 – 5 49 East
8 Kansas State 21 – 11 45 9 *Purdue 21 – 11 53 East
3 *Florida State 24 – 7 76 14 Samford 25 – 8 46 Southwest
2 *Texas A&M 28 – 5 87 15 McNeese State 26 – 7 47 Southwest
8 Houston 26 – 6 73 9 *West Virginia 24 – 9 79 Southwest
5 *Wisconsin-Green Bay 33 – 1 59 12 Arkansas-Little Rock 23 – 8 55 Southwest
6 *Georgia 22 – 10 56 11 Middle Tennessee State 23 – 8 41 Southwest
7 *Rutgers 20 – 12 76 10 Louisiana Tech 24 – 8 51 Southwest
1 *Baylor 32 – 2 66 16 Prairie View A&M 21 – 12 30 Southwest
4 *Michigan State 27 – 5 69 13 UNI 27 – 6 66 Southwest

Like the men’s bracket, few actual upsets.  Only Perdue and West Virginia yesterday and only Marist, Temple, Gonzaga and St. John’s from Saturday.

Tonight and tomorrow they’re still running the quad format with Tip Off times of 7 and 9:30 pm on ESPN2.

Current Matchups

Time Seed Team Record Seed Team Record Region
7 pm 3 DePaul 24 – 9 6 Penn State 24 – 9 East
7 pm 2 Duke 29 – 3 10 Marist 30 – 2 East
7 pm 1 Tennessee 31 – 2 8 Marquette 23 – 8 Southeast
7 pm 4 Ohio State 22 – 9 5 Georgia Tech 23 – 10 Southeast
9:30 pm 2 Notre Dame 26 – 7 10 Temple 23 – 8 Southeast
9:30 pm 1 Stanford 29 – 2 9 St. John’s 21 – 10 West
9:30 pm 4 Kentucky 24 – 8 5 North Carolina 25 – 8 West
9:30 pm 3 UCLA 27 – 4 11 Gonzaga 28 – 4 West

Follow the 2011 NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament on The Stars Hollow Gazette.

If you don’t like squeeky shoes you can look for alternate programming here-

If you like a more traditional bracket try this NCAA one, they also have a TV schedule.

Mar 20 2011

Round of 32 Day 2

It may seem like there were a lot of upsets yesterday, but really not so much.  Outside of Pittsburg every single seeded team won.

Keep that in mind as you listen to the gas bags bloviate.  The only group of “so called” journalists even more captured by cronyism, access, ignorance, and laziness than our DC Villager Idiots are sports reporters, a bunch of brain damaged ex-jocks trading on their faded fame and wannabees with even less talent than that.

Did I mention I’m rooting for Illinois?

Yesterday’s Results

Seed Team Record Score Seed Team Record Score Region
4 *Kentucky 33 – 8 71 5 West Virginia 21 – 12 63 East
2 *Florida 30 – 7 73 7 UCLA 22 – 11 65 Southeast
12 *Richmond 29 – 7 65 13 Morehead St. 25 – 10 48 Southwest
2 *San Diego St. 35 – 2 71 7 Temple 26 – 8 64 West
1 Pittsburgh 30 – 5 71 8 *Butler 24 – 9 70 Southeast
3 *BYU 34 – 4 89 11 Gonzaga 28 – 8 67 Southeast
4 *Wisconsin 26 – 8 70 5 Kansas St. 25 – 11 65 Southeast
3 *Connecticut 30 – 9 69 6 Cincinnati 28 – 9 58 West

Today’s Matchups

Time Network Seed Team Record Seed Team Record Region
12:15 pm CBS 2 North Carolina 28 – 7 7 Washington 25 – 10 East
2:45 pm CBS 1 Duke 33 – 4 8 Michigan 21 – 13 West
5:15 pm CBS 1 Ohio St. 34 – 2 8 George Mason 29 – 5 East
6:10 pm TNT 4 Texas 29 – 7 5 Arizona 29 – 7 West
7:10 pm TBS 3 Purdue 27 – 7 11 Virginia Commonwealth 25 – 11 Southwest
7:45 pm True 3 Syracuse 27 – 7 11 Marquette 22 – 14 East
8:40 pm TNT 1 Kansas 35 – 2 9 Illinois 23 – 13 Southwest
9:40 pm TBS 2 Notre Dame 29 – 6 10 Florida St. 24 – 10 Southwest

Follow the 2011 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament on The Stars Hollow Gazette.

If you don’t like squeeky shoes you can look for alternate programming here-

For a more traditional bracket try CBS Sports.

Mar 20 2011

Round of 64 Day 2

NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament 2011

Well, I wasn’t entirely happy with yesterday’s Women’s Master Schedule Bracket table so I’m re doing it.  The problem is the column widths get automatically adjusted on you unless you dump all your data into one big list.

Oh, you want Yesterday’s Results not some boring HTML lecture.

Seed Team Record Score Seed Team Record Score Region
5 *Georgia Tech 23 – 10 69 12 Bowling Green 28 – 4 58 Southeast
7 Iowa State 22 – 10 64 10 *Marist 30 – 2 74 East
1 *Tennessee 31 – 2 99 16 Stetson 20 – 12 34 Southeast
6 *Penn State 24 – 9 75 11 Dayton 21 – 11 66 East
4 *Ohio State 22 – 9 80 13 UCF 22 – 10 64 Southeast
2 *Duke 29 – 3 90 15 Tennesse-Martin 21 – 10 45 East
8 *Marquette 23 – 8 68 9 Texas 19 – 13 65 Southeast
3 *DePaul 24 – 9 56 14 Navy 20 – 11 43 East
5 *North Carolina 25 – 8 82 12 Fresno State 25 – 7 68 West
7 Arizona State 20 – 10 45 10 *Temple 23 – 8 63 Southeast
6 Iowa 22 – 8 86 11 *Gonzaga 28 – 4 92 West
8 Texas Tech 22 – 10 50 9 *St. John’s 21 – 10 55 West
4 *Kentucky 24 – 8 66 13 Hampton 26 – 6 62 West
2 *Notre Dame 26 – 7 67 15 Utah 18 – 16 54 Southeast
3 *UCLA 27 – 4 55 14 Montana 18- 14 47 West
1 *Stanford 29 – 2 86 16 UC Davis 24 – 8 59 West

Dad (who watched the whole thing, but wasn’t trying to live blog) tells me it was much more exciting than the men’s action and with 4 upsets it was a little more unpredictable than their first day though not I suspect than the first day of The Round of 32 which saw mighty Pittsburg, the pride of The Big East, fall along with some other sentmental favorites.

What will the future bring?  I’m glad you asked.

Current Matchups

Time Seed Team Record Seed Team Record Region
Noon 3 Miami (Fla.) 27 – 4 14 Gardner Webb 23 – 10 Southeast
Noon 7 Louisville 20 – 12 10 Vanderbilt 20 – 11 West
Noon 4 Maryland 23 – 7 13 St. Francis 22- 11 East
Noon 1 Connecticut 32 – 1 16 Hartford 17 – 15 East
2:30 pm 6 Oklahoma 21 – 11 11 James Madison 26 – 7 Southeast
2:30 pm 2 Xavier 28 – 2 15 South Dakota State 19 – 13 West
2:30 pm 5 Georgetown 22 – 10 12 Princeton 24 – 4 East
2:30 pm 8 Kansas State 21 – 10 9 Purdue 20 – 11 East
5 pm 3 Florida State 23 – 7 14 Samford 25 – 7 Southwest
5 pm 2 Texas A&M 27 – 5 15 McNeese State 26 – 6 Southwest
5 pm 8 Houston 26 – 5 9 West Virginia 23 – 9 Southwest
5 pm 5 Wisconsin-Green Bay 32 – 1 12 Arkansas-Little Rock 23 – 7 Southwest
7:30 pm 6 Georgia 21 – 10 11 Middle Tennessee State 23 – 7 Southwest
7:30 pm 7 Rutgers 19 – 12 10 Louisiana Tech 24 – 7 Southwest
7:30 pm 1 Baylor 31 – 2 16 Prairie View A&M 21 – 11 Southwest
7:30 pm 4 Michigan State 26 – 5 13 UNI 27 – 5 Southwest

As it turns out The Round of 32 on the lady’s side is being played Monday and Tuesday while the men are resting (isn’t that just like them) so there will be none of that for the wicked (meaning me).

If you like a more traditional bracket try this NCAA one, they also have a TV schedule.

Lady Huskies Tip Off at noon against the Hartford Hawks.  I’ve seen some Hawk games courtesy of a friend who’s tight with the program and has season tickets.  It’s too bad they didn’t get an easier draw because they’re actually a much better team than they will seem today.

Mar 19 2011

Round of 32 Day 1

It seems longer than it is.  Only 8 games today and 8 tomorrow.  I mentioned yesterday that we’ll be losing one of our Cinderellas today for sure.  Of course one will advance for sure too.

Yesterday afternoon we added Florida State and last night another 3 (though a 9 over an 8 hardly counts), but the ones I was most rooting for, Long Island and Boston University, didn’t come through.  At least the announcers made a pretense of rooting for Long Island.  The Kansas shills on TBS celebrated their bias with a shamelessness that would make the Yankees blush.

Fuck you assholes!  I hope Kansas goes down in flames as soon as possible.  The more humiliating the defeat the better.

Yesterday Evening’s Results

Seed Team Record Score Seed Team Record Score Region
1 *Kansas 35 – 2 72 16 Boston U. 21 – 14 53 Southwest
2 *North Carolina 28 – 7 101 15 Long Island 27 – 6 87 East
3 *Purdue 27 – 7 65 14 St. Peter’s 20 – 13 43 Southwest
6 Xavier 25 – 9 55 11 *Marquette 22 – 14 66 East
8 UNLV 26 – 9 62 9 *Illinois 23 – 13 73 Southwest
7 *Washington 25 – 10 68 10 Georgia 22 – 12 65 East
6 Georgetown 21 – 11 56 11 *Virginia Commonwealth 25 – 11 74 Southwest
3 *Syracuse 27 – 7 77 14 Indiana St. 22 – 14 60 East

Today’s Matchups

Time Network Seed Team Record Seed Team Record Region
12:15 pm CBS 4 Kentucky 32 – 8 5 West Virginia 21 – 11 East
3:00 pm CBS 2 Florida 29 – 7 7 UCLA 22 – 10 Southeast
5:15 pm CBS 12 Richmond 28 – 7 13 Morehead St. 25 – 9 Southwest
6:10 pm TNT 2 San Diego St. 34 – 2 7 Temple 26 – 7 West
7:10 pm TBS 1 Pittsburgh 30 – 5 8 Butler 24 – 9 Southeast
8:05 pm CBS 3 BYU 33 – 4 11 Gonzaga 28 – 7 Southeast
8:55 pm TNT 4 Wisconsin 25 – 8 5 Kansas St. 25 – 10 Southeast
9:55 pm TBS 3 Connecticut 29 – 9 6 Cincinnati 28 – 8 West

Follow the 2011 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament on The Stars Hollow Gazette.

If you don’t like squeeky shoes you can look for alternate programming here-

For a more traditional bracket try CBS Sports.  My Master Bracket Schedule is still good for today.

Mar 19 2011

NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament 2011

Round of 64

The reason I like the ladies better than the men is the same reason I like the men better than the pros.  I like fundamentals, ball handling, and zone defense.  Dunks are showboating and should be outlawed.

The ladies get the old school treatment, there’s a package of 4 games in each time period and the studio will switch between them for you.  This is actually a relief for your remote finger because you’ll not miss any pivotal plays and changes in momentum just because you’re stuck watching a blow out with no idea what’s happening elsewhere.  Games are available on ESPN2 and ESPN3.com today with ESPN itself added tomorrow.

The research for this is just as complete as for the men’s Master Schedule Bracket, it’s just arranged slightly differently because there’s not the same bewildering array of Networks and Tip Off times.  Because of the more viewer friendly format I’ll not attempt the real time tracking I have with the men (which is a drag and a drain anyway).

My Women’s Master Schedule Bracket is below the fold, good through Sunday.  Tomorrow I’ll report today’s results.  If you like a more traditional bracket try this NCAA one, they also have a TV schedule.

I’ll be very surprised if the Lady Huskies don’t win it all, but they did lose to Stamford so anything is possible.

Mar 18 2011

Round of 64 Day 2 Evening

Maybe Boston University will shock Kansas but I somehow doubt it.  Other than that I’m just killing time until Syracuse tips off at 10 pm.

Go Orange.

This afternoon CBS let Barack’s little Libya speech crush the end of an exciting Texas/Oakland finish and the begining of the Villanova/George Mason game.  Must not have been part of his bracket.  Thanks for nothing you elite failures.

This Afternoon’s Results

Seed Team Record Score Seed Team Record Score Region
4 *Texas 29 – 7 81 13 Oakland 26 – 10 85 West
8 *Michigan 21 – 13 75 9 Tennessee 20 – 16 45 West
2 *Notre Dame 29 – 6 69 15 Akron 24 – 13 56 Southwest
8 *George Mason 29 – 5 61 9 Villanova 22 – 12 57 East
5 *Arizona 29 – 7 77 12 Memphis 27 – 10 75 West
1 *Duke 33 – 4 87 16 Hampton 24 – 9 45 West
7 Texas A&M 25 – 9 50 10 *Florida St. 24 – 10 57 Southwest
1 *Ohio St. 34 – 2 75 16 UT-San Antonio 19 – 14 46 East

Current Matchups

Date Time Network Seed Team Record Seed Team Record Region
3/18 6:50 pm TBS 1 Kansas 34 – 2 16 Boston U. 21 – 13 Southwest
3/18 7:15 pm CBS 2 North Carolina 27 – 7 15 Long Island 27 – 5 East
3/18 7:20 pm TNT 3 Purdue 27 – 7 14 St. Peter’s 20 – 13 Southwest
3/18 7:27 pm True 6 Xavier 25 – 8 11 Marquette 21 – 14 East
3/18 9:20 pm TBS 8 UNLV 26 – 8 9 Illinois 21 – 13 Southwest
3/18 9:45 pm CBS 7 Washington 24 – 10 10 Georgia 22 – 11 East
3/18 9:50 pm TNT 6 Georgetown 21 – 10 11 Virginia Commonwealth 24 – 11 Southwest
3/18 9:57 pm True 3 Syracuse 26 – 7 14 Indiana St. 22 – 13 East

Follow the 2011 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament on The Stars Hollow Gazette.

If you don’t like squeeky shoes you can look for alternate programming here-

For a more traditional bracket try CBS Sports.  My Master Bracket Schedule is still good for today.

Mar 18 2011

Round of 64 Day 2 Afternoon

I’m not going to be paying as much attention to the games today because I need the time to set up tomorrow’s master schedule and check out what’s happening on the lady’s side.

Some observations on yesterday’s action-

There are only 3 upsets so far, Moorehead, Richmond, and Gonzaga (which always seems to be a Cinderella).  Since Morehead and Richmond face off tomorrow, depending on what happens today those Cinderella brackets are looking pretty busted.

Princeton and Michigan State played tough and deserve some credit for that.  UConn had a larger margin than Florida (by 1) and played a higher seed.  In your face Armando.

The Round of 64  has been, well…, frantic, The Round of 32 seems much more relaxed.  While coverage starts at 12:15 pm and final Tip Off (Connecticut/Cincinnati) is at 9:55 pm, you’ll only be flipping channels in Prime Time.

Of this group of games the only one I’m moderately interested in is Michigan because of my Big Chill connection.  For the most part you’ll have to make your own fun.  (Update: On closer examination I must admit some affection for the Villanova Ballhogs because of their prominent mention in Bored of the Rings.

Yesterday Evening’s Results

Seed Team Record Score Seed Team Record Score Region
2 *Florida 29 – 7 79 10 UC Santa Barbara 19 – 14 51 Southeast
3 *BYU 33 – 4 74 14 Wofford 21 – 13 68 Southeast
3 *Connecticut 29 – 9 81 14 Bucknell 25 – 9 52 West
4 *Wisconsin 25 – 8 72 13 Belmont 30 – 5 58 Southeast
7 *UCLA 22 – 10 78 10 Michigan St. 21 – 15 76 Southeast
6 St. John’s 22 – 12 71 11 *Gonzaga 28 – 7 86 Southeast
6 *Cincinnati 28 – 8 78 11 Missouri 25 – 11 63 West
5 *Kansas St. 25 – 10 73 12 Utah St. 35 – 4 68 Southeast

Current Matchups

Date Time Network Seed Team Record Seed Team Record Region
3/18 12:15 pm CBS 4 Texas 28 – 7 13 Oakland 26 – 9 West
3/18 12:40 pm True 8 Michigan 20 – 13 9 Tennessee 20 – 15 West
3/18 1:40 pm TBS 2 Notre Dame 28 – 6 15 Akron 24 – 12 Southwest
3/18 2:10 pm TNT 8 George Mason 28 – 5 9 Villanova 22 – 11 East
3/18 2:45 pm CBS 5 Arizona 28 – 7 12 Memphis 27 – 9 West
3/18 3:10 pm True 1 Duke 32 – 4 16 Hampton 24 – 8 West
3/18 4:10 pm TBS 7 Texas A&M 25 – 8 10 Florida St. 23 – 10 Southwest
3/18 4:40 pm TNT 1 Ohio St. 33 – 2 16 UT-San Antonio 19 – 13 East

Follow the 2011 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament on The Stars Hollow Gazette.

If you don’t like squeeky shoes you can look for alternate programming here-

For a more traditional bracket try CBS Sports.  My Master Bracket Schedule is still good for today.

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