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  • What Time Are The March Madness Games?

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    And where can I watch them? Well, here are the tip times and networks for every NCAA Tournament game in the First Four and second round:

    FIRST ROUND GAMES TUESDAY, MARCH 19

    6:40 p.m., truTV — at Dayton — N.C. A&T vs. Liberty; followed by Mid Tennessee vs. St. Mary’s

     

    FIRST ROUND GAMES WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20

    6:40 p.m., truTV — at Dayton — LIU-Brooklyn vs. James Madison; followed by Boise State vs. La Salle

    SECOND ROUND GAMES THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 21 (12:00 NOON-5:00 PM, ET)

    12:15 p.m., CBS – at Auburn Hills — Valparaiso vs. Michigan State; followed by Middle Tennessee State/St. Mary’s vs. Memphis

    12:40 p.m., truTV – at Lexington — Bucknell vs. Butler; followed by Davidson vs. Marquette

    1:40 p.m., TBS – at Salt Lake City — Wichita State vs. Pittsburgh; followed by Southern vs. Gonzaga

    2:10 p.m., TNT – at San Jose – New Mexico State vs. St. Louis; followed by Oregon vs. Oklahoma State

     

    SECOND ROUND GAMES THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 21 (6:30 PM-12:00 AM, ET) 

    6:50 p.m., TBS – at Lexington — N.C. A&T/Liberty vs. Louisville; followed by Missouri vs. Colorado State

    7:15 p.m., CBS – at Auburn Hills — South Dakota State vs. Michigan; followed by Akron vs. VCU

    7:20 p.m., TNT – at Salt Lake City — Belmont vs. Arizona; followed by Harvard vs. New Mexico

    7:27 p.m., truTV – at San Jose — California vs. UNLV; followed by Montana vs. Syracuse

     

    SECOND ROUND GAMES FRIDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 22 (12:00 NOON-5:00 PM, ET)

    12:15 p.m., CBS – at Philadelphia — Albany vs. Duke; followed by Cincinnati vs. Creighton

    12:40 p.m., truTV – at Kansas City — Ole Miss vs. Wisconsin; followed by Boise State/La Salle vs. Kansas State

    1:40 p.m., TBS – at Dayton — Temple vs. N.C. State; followed by LIU-Brooklyn/James Madison vs. Indiana

    2:10 p.m., TNT – at Austin — Pacific vs. Miami; followed by Colorado vs. Illinois

     

    SECOND ROUND GAMES FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 22 (6:30 PM-12:00 AM, ET) 

    6:50 p.m., TBS – at Philadelphia –Florida Gulf Coast vs. Georgetown; followed by Oklahoma vs. San Diego State

    7:15 p.m., CBS – at Dayton — Iona vs. Ohio State; followed by Iowa State vs. Notre Dame

    7:20 p.m., TNT – at Kansas City — Villanova vs. North Carolina; followed by Western Kentucky vs. Kansas

    7:27 p.m, truTV – at Austin — Northwestern State vs. Florida; followed by Minnesota vs. UCLA

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    Adam Zagoria is a Basketball Insider who covers basketball at all levels. A contributor to The New York Times and SportsNet New York (SNY), he is also the author of two books and is an award-winning journalist and filmmaker. His articles have appeared in ESPN The Magazine, SLAM, Sheridan Hoops, Basketball Times and in newspapers nationwide. He also won an Emmy award for his work on the SNY mini-documentary on Syracuse guard Tyus Battle. A veteran Ultimate Frisbee player, he has competed in numerous National and World Championships and, perhaps more importantly, his teams won the Westchester Summer League (WSL) championships in 2011 and 2013. He lives in Manhattan with his wife and children.

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