Topic: march Madness
NCAA Tournament First Round
Indianapolis, IN – The Tennessee basketball opens its account at the 2021 NCAA Tournament, with a first-round matchup in the Midwest Region with 12th-seeded Oregon State. Friday afternoons tipoff from Bankers Life Fieldhouse is scheduled for 3:30pm CT on TNT.
Fans can catch Friday’s game on TNT and online or on any mobile device through March Madness Live and on the March Madness Live App. Spero Dedes, Brendan Haywood, and Lauren Shehadi will have the call.
Austin Peay State University’s Science on Tap celebrates March ‘Math-ness,’ intersection of math and sports
Clarksville, TN – The Austin Peay State University (APSU) Science on Tap lecture series continues virtually on March 2nd, 2021 when Dr. Brad Fox will discuss March “Math-ness.”
The event will be at 7:00pm and will be free and open to the public.
Indianapolis, IN – NCAA president Mark Emmert announced the decision to play all “championship events, including the Division I men’s and women’s basketball tournaments, with only essential staff and limited family attendance,” in response to the safety and well-being of student-athletes during the uncertainty of the coronavirus.
Clarksville, TN – Once again the Ohio Valley Conference will be one of the first NCAA Division I conferences to kick-off March Madness for its college basketball fans and the Austin Peay State University men’s and women’s basketball teams will be right in the thick of it when play opens.
Joining the Governors in the tournament will be Belmont, Tennessee Martin, Southern Illinois Edwardsville, Jacksonville State, Morehead State, Southeast Missouri and Murray State on the women’s side and Murray State, Belmont, Jacksonville State, Tennessee Tech, Tennessee State, Eastern Illinois and SIUE on the men’s.
Clarksville, TN – For the first time since the 2007-08 season March Madness has found its way back to Clarksville and Austin Peay with the Governors making a magical run through the Ohio Valley Conference Tournament to earn the conference’s automatic berth into the NCAA Tournament field of 68 teams.
And it was the magic night after night that the NCAA plays up this time of year that seemed to power Austin Peay, with the Govs playing four games in a span of 71 hours against four higher seeds – who had up until the tournament – had posted a 5-0 record against Austin Peay this season.
Belmont Sports Information
Charolotte, NC – Once again taking its customary seat at the March Madness table, Belmont University men’s basketball nearly orchestrated one of the most memorable outcomes in NCAA Tournament history, taking two-time defending Atlantic Coast Conference champion Virginia to the limit before dropping a 79-67 decision Friday at Time Warner Cable Arena.
The Bruins, making their seventh NCAA Tournament appearance in 10 years, entered the field on the heels of dramatic, last-second victories over Eastern Kentucky and No. 25 Murray State in the OVC Tournament.
Clarksville, TN – Someone broke the watercooler at the last office party and my grapevine died in this crazy weather. So here are my Fourthoughts for this week.
March Madness Ends With Clash of the Titans: I would guess most who read the above title assumed I was referring to the showdown of Kentucky vs. Uconn for the NCAA Men’s Tournament Championship. After all, it has been a wild tournament and the storylines for these two teams have sports writers drooling like Victoria Secret came out with a new line of lingerie with the colors and logo of pro sports teams.
Clarksville, TN – Welcome to the first edition of Marlon Scott: Sports Fanalyst Fourthoughts
There is the real world, and then there is the sports world. A lot of people happily commute back and forth between the two. This is for those commuters, dressed like Clark Kent, but when they emerge from a McDonald’s bathroom (due to lack of phone booths in 2014) they have on their favorite sports jersey and foam finger, ready to talk about the latest update that just popped up from the ESPN app on their smart phone.
Fort Campbell, KY – It’s time for March Madness at The Zone! You are invited to join them as they celebrate the excitement of the final weeks of college basketball for 2014.
Beginning this year; TBS, CBS, TNT and truTV will split the broadcast of the games and The Zone will be showing all available games on the televisions located around the room with the Championship game on the big screens. «Read the rest of this article»
Fort Campbell, KY – Watch the March Madness Championship Game on the big screen televisions on April 8th.
The first 200 people present one hour before tip-off, will receive a $5.00 voucher to be used on food and beverages while you are there.
The game is currently scheduled to begin at 8:00pm CST. Arrive early to cheer on your team! «Read the rest of this article»
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