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CBS College Sports Network To Re-Air Six 2008 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament 1st and 2nd Round Games

Tuesday, March 25, 2008 , Posted by Christopher Byrne at 8:52 PM, under , , ,

Athens, GA (Mar 25, 2008) - The CBS College Sports Network (formerly known as CSTV) has announced that they will be re-airing the following six games from the 1st and 2nd Rounds of the 2008 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament:

Wednesday, March 26
Butler vs. Tennessee (1:00 PM, ET)
Purdue vs. Xavier (3:00 PM, ET)
Texas A&M vs. UCLA (8:00 PM, ET)

Thursday, March 27
Marquette vs. Stanford (3:00 PM, ET)

Friday, March 28
Mississippi State vs. Memphis (1:00 PM, ET)
Davidson vs. Georgetown (3:00 PM, ET)

In addition, the network will be airing a preview of the Sweet 16 games on NCAA March Madness Central Powered by Pontiac G8 on Wednesday, March 26 (5:00-7:00 PM, ET). University of Arizona assistant coach Miles Simon, a member of the Wildcats 1997 NCAA Championship team and CBS Sports analyst Bob Wenzel join Jay Williams, Steve Lappas and anchors Greg Amsinger (pictured left) and Adam Zucker in studio for all the regional tournament action.

NCAA March Madness Central Powered by Pontiac G8 will also air live on Thursday, March 27 (5:00-6:00 PM), followed by a two hour program later that night recapping and updating the games (10:30 PM-12:30 AM, ET). On Friday, March 28 (5:00 PM – 12:30 AM, ET) CBS College Sports Network coverage will include a series of behind-the-scenes features on the Memphis Tigers chronicling Memphis’ NCAA Tournament experience with an exclusive look at the team as they prepare, practice and travel to each site.

In one of the first obvious signs of the new crossover of production work between CBS Sports and the newly integrated CBS College Sports Network, longtime CBS Sports producer Deb Gelman will be producing NCAA March Madness Central Powered by Pontiac G8 for the network.

Photograph Copyright 2007 by Christopher Byrne/Eye on Sports Media. All Rights Reserved.

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