CBS Sports together with CBS College Sports Network break down the brackets with three hours of NCAA Basketball Championship Selection Show Coverage
CBS Sports broadcasts exclusive, live, first-time announcement of 2008 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship field of 65 on Sunday, March 16
CBS College Sports Network offers two-hours of in-depth analysis of field of 65 following CBS Sports' live bracket reveal
CBS Sports, together with CBS College Sports Network, offers college basketball fans the most comprehensive coverage of Selection Sunday with the announcement and three hours of in-depth coverage of the 2008 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship field of 65.
CBS Sports tips-off the madness with the exclusive, live, first-time announcement of the pairings for the 2008 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship on Sunday, March 16 (6-7 p.m., ET) during the NCAA Basketball Championship Selection Show.
Greg Gumbel, Clark Kellogg and Seth Davis host the NCAA Basketball Championship Selection Show live from the CBS Broadcast Center in New York. Jim Nantz and Billy Packer will join Gumbel, Kellogg and Davis via satellite from the site of the Big Ten Championship at Conseco Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, Ind. In addition, Tom O'Connor, Chairman of the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Committee joins them live from Indianapolis, Ind. to discuss the bracket and the committee's selection process. Additionally the NCAA Basketball Championship Selection Show will be streamed live on NCAA March Madness on Demand available at CBSSports.com and NCAA.com.
Immediately following CBS Sports' live bracket reveal, CBS College Sports Network takes over with Bracket Breakdown Delivered by UPS (7-9 p.m., ET) featuring comprehensive analysis of the field, as well as interviews with players and coaches. CBS College Sports Network's Greg Amsinger hosts the show, along with analysts Sean Farnham, Steve Lappas and Insider Brian Curtis from their New York studio. Bracket Breakdown also features CBS Sports' Nantz, Packer, Gumbel, Kellogg and Davis throughout the program, as well as an interview with SEC Commissioner Mike Slive, who will serve as Chairman of the NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Committee in 2009.