NCAA Tournament 2013: Game time, TV schedule for North Carolina A&T vs. Liberty


North Carolina A&T and Liberty are the first game on tap in the NCAA First Four.

The North Carolina A&T Aggies and Liberty Flames play the first game in the First Four and officially kick off the NCAA Tournament.

The Aggies (19-16, 9-9) got into the dance by winning the MEAC tournament. They defeated Florida A&M, North Carolina Central, Delaware State and Morgan State to punch their ticket. Liberty (15-20, 6-10) is the only team in the tournament with a losing record this year. They got their chance by getting hot at the right time, upsetting Coastal Carolina, High Point, Gardner-Webb and Charleston Southern in the Big South Tournament.

The First Four isn't typically the most exciting period of the tournament, but it's still worth watching as these teams try to fight their way into the round of 64 and attempt to make history. The winner of this game will face No. 1 Louisville and the chance to become the first ever No. 16 seed to make the round of 32.

Time: 6:40 p.m. ET

TV: truTV

Broadcasters: Marv Albert, Steve Kerr, Craig Sager

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