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  • CBS Sports Network to air past March Madness games

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    If you’re thirsty for some March Madness, CBS Sports Network has you covered.

    CBS Sports Network will re-air 26 memorable NCAA Tournament games – highlighting the early rounds through the Elite Eight – and more than 100 hours of past Tournament coverage this week from Sunday, March 22 until Sunday, March 29.

    The schedule for the following week, beginning Monday, March 30, will feature classic Final Four and National Championship games and will be announced at a later date.  

    Following is the full schedule for March 22-29 (all times ET):

    Sunday, March 22

    6:00 PM 2018 First Round: UMBC vs. Virginia
    Monday, March 23

    7:00 PM 2019 Sweet 16: Virginia Tech vs. Duke
    9:00 PM 2019 Elite 8: Michigan State vs. Duke
    Midnight 2019 Second Round: UCF vs. Duke
    2:00 AM 2019 Sweet 16: Virginia Tech vs. Duke
    4:00 AM 2019 Elite 8: Michigan State vs. Duke
    Tuesday, March 24

    10:00 AM 2019 Elite 8: Michigan State vs. Duke
    6:00 PM 2019 Elite 8: Purdue vs. Virginia
    8:00 PM 2019 Final Four: Auburn vs. Virginia
    10:00 PM 2019 Championship: Texas Tech vs. Virginia
    Midnight 2019 Elite 8: Purdue vs. Virginia
    2:00 AM 2019 Final Four: Auburn vs. Virginia
    4:00 AM 2019 Championship: Texas Tech vs. Virginia
    Wednesday, March 25

    10:00 AM 1998 First Round: Valparaiso vs. Ole Miss
    6:00 PM 2012 First Round: Lehigh vs. Duke
    8:00 PM 2008 First Round: Davidson vs. Gonzaga
    10:00 PM 2008 Second Round: Davidson vs. Georgetown
    Midnight 2018 First Round: UMBC vs. Virginia
    2:00 AM 2012 First Round: Lehigh vs. Duke
    4:00 AM 2010 Second Round: Northern Iowa vs. Kansas
    Thursday, March 26

    10:00 AM 2002 Sweet 16: Duke vs. Indiana
    6:00 PM 2006 Sweet 16: UConn vs. Washington
    8:00 PM 2006 Sweet 16: UCLA vs. Gonzaga
    10:00 PM 2002 Sweet 16: Duke vs. Indiana
    Midnight 2006 Sweet 16: UConn vs. Washington
    2:00 AM 2006 Sweet 16: UCLA vs. Gonzaga
    4:00 AM 2002 Sweet 16: Duke vs. Indiana
    Friday, March 27

    10:00 AM 2006 Sweet 16: UCLA vs. Gonzaga
    6:00 PM 2010 Sweet 16: Kansas State vs. Xavier
    8:00 PM 2013 Sweet 16: Michigan vs. Kansas
    10:00 PM 2017 Sweet 16: Florida vs. Wisconsin
    Midnight 2010 Sweet 16: Kansas State vs. Xavier
    2:00 AM 2013 Sweet 16: Michigan vs. Kansas
    4:00 AM 2017 Sweet 16: Florida vs. Wisconsin
    Saturday, March 28

    8:00 AM 2004 Elite Eight: Oklahoma State vs. St. Joe’s
    10:00 AM 2005 Elite Eight: Illinois vs. Arizona
    Noon 2017 Elite Eight: North Carolina vs. Kentucky
    2:00 PM 1992 Elite Eight: Duke vs. Kentucky
    4:00 PM 1998 Elite Eight: Kentucky vs. Duke
    6:00 PM 2014 Elite Eight: Kentucky vs. Michigan
    8:00 PM 2015 Elite Eight: Kentucky vs. Notre Dame
    10:00 PM 1992 Elite Eight: Duke vs. Kentucky
    Midnight 1998 Elite Eight: Kentucky vs. Duke
    2:00 AM 2014 Elite Eight: Kentucky vs. Michigan
    4:00 AM 2015 Elite Eight: Kentucky vs. Notre Dame
    Sunday, March 29

    7:00 AM 2015 Elite Eight: Kentucky vs. Notre Dame
    9:00 AM 1992 Elite Eight: Duke vs. Kentucky
    1:00 PM 2018 Elite Eight: Kansas vs. Duke
    3:00 PM 2019 Elite Eight: Michigan St vs. Duke
    10:00 PM 2015 Elite Eight: Kentucky vs. Notre Dame
    Midnight 2017 Elite Eight: North Carolina vs. Kentucky
    2:00 AM 2018 Elite Eight: Kansas vs. Duke
    4:00 AM 2019 Elite Eight: Michigan St vs. Duke


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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.