Nov 12, 2012, 1:00 PM EST
Earlier today, Raphielle Johnson brought you the news that the First Four would remain in Dayton for the 2014 and 2015 NCAA tournaments.
The NCAA has since sent out the full release for the sites of the 2014 and 2015 NCAA tournaments, the most notable of which is Madison Square Garden. The Garden played host to 71 tournament games from 1943-1961, but there hasn’t been an NCAA tournament game in the World’s Most Famous Arena since. By the time March, 2014 rolls around, it will be 53 years between games.
Here is the full list of host sites:
- Jerian Grant, No. 8 Notre Dame erase another double-digit deficit as they beat No. 4 Duke 2
- Late Night Snacks: No. 8 Notre Dame outlasts No. 4 Duke in a thriller 1
- 2015 McDonald’s All-American rosters announced 0
- Player of the Year Power Rankings: It’s essentially a two-man race at this point 2
- Heartbreak fuels Renardo Sidney’s new sense of purpose 1
- No. 15 Iowa State holds on to beat No. 19 Texas 0
- Washington kicks talented shot blocking big man off the team 1
- The Top Ten Players that Coach K has had at Duke (13)
- You think college basketball is unwatchable this year? Turn on an Indiana game (7)
- Iowa’s Fran McCaffery on Dan Dakich’s criticism of a player: ‘He’s a TV guy. If he was a coach, he’d be coaching’ (5)
- Two former North Carolina athletes sue school, NCAA over academic scandal (4)
- Coach K earns career win No. 1,000 in No. 5 Duke’s win over St. John’s (4)