It was a bonanza for college basketball fans on Selection Sunday as we learned the full NCAA Tournament field, then found out when and where everyone would be playing shortly thereafter. In addition to the March Madness schedule, though, CBS and Turner released another important bit of information: The announcing teams.
If you've seen any of the NCAA Tournament before, you know how much the announcers can add or take away from the experience. In an effort to help you, faithful March Madness watcher, seek out the best announcers and know which games might need to be muted, we've put together a list of which broadcasters are where after the jump.
First Four in Dayton
Jim Nantz, Clark Kellogg and Steve Kerr: Mississippi Valley St. vs. Western Kentucky and BYU vs. Iona on Tuesday
Ian Eagle, Jim Spanarkel and Lewis Johnson: Lamar vs. Vermont and California vs. South Florida on Wednesday
Second Round on Thursday
Verne Lundquist, Bill Raftery and Lesley Visser: Murray State vs. Colorado State, Marquette vs. BYU/Iona, Kentucky vs. MVSU/Western Kentucky and Iowa State vs. Cincinnati in Louisville
Kevin Harlan, Len Elmore, Reggie Miller and Marty Snider: Kansas State vs. Southern Miss, Syracuse vs. UNC Asheville, Gonzaga vs. West Virginia and Ohio State vs. Loyola in Pittsburgh
Brian Anderson, Dan Bonner and Jenn Hildreth: Louisville vs. Davidson, New Mexico vs. Long Beach State, Wichita State vs. VCU and Indiana vs. New Mexico State in Portland
Spero Dedes, Bob Wenzel and Jamie Maggio: Wisconsin vs. Montana, Vanderbilt vs. Harvard, Baylor vs. South Dakota State and UNLV vs. Colorado in Albuquerque
Second Round on Friday
Ian Eagle, Jim Spanarkel and Lewis Johnson: Cincinnati vs. Texas, Florida State vs. St. Bonaventure, Michigan vs. Ohio and Temple vs. California/South Florida in Nashville.
Tim Brando, Mike Gminski and Otis Livingston: San Diego State vs. NC State, Georgetown vs. Belmont, Memphis vs. Saint Louis and Michigan State vs. LIU Brooklyn in Columbus.
Jim Nantz, Clark Kellogg and Tracy Wolfson: Creighton vs. Alabama, North Carolina vs. Lamar/Vermont, Duke vs. Lehigh and Notre Dame vs. Xavier in Greensboro
Marv Albert, Steve Kerr and Craig Sager: Florida vs. Virginia, Missouri vs. Norfolk State, St. Mary's vs. Purdue and Kansas vs. Detroit in Omaha
A list of times and TV information for these games can be found here.
And if you're feeling nostalgic, here's the Gus Johnson Soundboard. You know, in case you need to call your own game.
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