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2013 NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 schedule

Mar 25, 2013, 12:40 AM EST

NCAA final four

Below are the dates, times, channels and announcer assignments for Sweet 16 games to be played on Thursday and Friday.

Thursday, March 28

East Region (Verizon Center, Washington, D.C.)
Announcers: Verne Lundquist, Bill Raftery and Rachel Nichols

7:15 p.m. EST (3) Marquette vs. (2) Miami (CBS)

9:45 p.m. EST (approximately) (4) Syracuse vs. (1) Indiana (CBS)

West Region (Staples Center, Los Angeles, Calif.)
Announcers: Kevin Harlan, Reggie Miller, Len Elmore and Lewis Johnson

7:47 p.m. EST (6) Arizona vs. (2) Ohio State (TBS)

10:17 p.m. EST (approximately) (13) La Salle vs. (9) Wichita State (TBS)

Friday, March 29

Midwest Region (Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, Ind.) 
Announcers: Jim Nantz, Clark Kellogg and Tracy Wolfson

7:15 p.m. EST (12) Oregon vs. (1) Louisville (CBS)

9:45 p.m. EST (approximately) (3) Michigan State vs. (2) Duke (CBS)

South Region (Dallas Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, Texas)
Announcers: Marv Albert, Steve Kerr and Craig Sager

7:37 p.m. EST (4) Michigan vs. (1) Kansas (TBS)

10:07 p.m. EST (approximately) (15) Florida Gulf Coast vs. (3) Florida (TBS)

Raphielle also writes for the NBE Basketball Report and can be followed on Twitter at @raphiellej.

  1. florida727 - Mar 26, 2013 at 10:14 AM

    Sorry, personal opinion here, but this schedule sucks. Over the course of two days you’ve got 8 games… in a total of FOUR time slots. Spread the games out! Now we, you know, the FANS that your advertising dollars are trying to attract, have to choose between which games to watch.

    Here’s a hint for you advertising geniuses: when a commercial comes on during one game, we push the “LAST” button on the remote to view another game. Want people to watch your precious ads, don’t schedule simultaneous games when you don’t have to. That way we get to watch ALL the games, and you get to have us actually watch all of your commercials. Starting to get the idea?

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