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Red Dog 03-14-16 04:35 PM

College Hoops Postseason 2016 (NCAAs, NIT, etc.)
 
NCAA Tournament

FIRST FOUR

Tuesday, March 15
6:40 (TruTV) Dayton I: Florida Gulf Coast vs. Fairleigh Dickinson (Andrew Catalon, Steve Lappas, Jamie Erdahl)
9:10: (TruTV) Dayton II: Vanderbilt vs. Wichita St. (Catalon, Lappas, Erdahl)

Wednesday, March 16
6:40 (TruTV) Dayton I: Holy Cross vs. Southern U. (Carter Blackburn, Mike Gminski, Jaime Maggio)
9:10 (TruTV) Dayton II: Michigan vs. Tulsa (Blackburn, Gminski, Maggio)


FIRST ROUND

Thursday, March 17

12:15 (CBS) Providence I: Duke vs. N.C.-Wilmington (Ian Eagle, Chris Webber, Len Elmore, Evan Washburn)
12:40 (TruTV) Raleigh I: Texas Tech vs. Butler (Kevin Harlan, Reggie Miller, Dan Bonner, Lewis Johnson)
1:30 (TNT) Des Moines I: Colorado vs. Connecticut (Jim Nantz, Grant Hill, Bill Raftery, Tracy Wolfson)
2:00 (TBS) Denver I: Iowa State vs. Iona (Catalon, Lappas, Erdahl)

2:45 (CBS) Providence II: Baylor vs. Yale (Eagle, Webber, Elmore, Washburn)
3:10 (TruTV) Raleigh II: Virginia vs. Hampton (Harlan, Miller, Bonner, Johnson)
4:00 (TNT) Des Moines II: Kansas vs. Austin Peay (Nantz, Hill, Raftery, Wolfson)
4:30 (TBS) Denver II: Purdue vs. Arkansas-Little Rock (Catalon, Lappas, Erdahl)

6:50 (TNT) Providence III: Miami (Fla.) vs. Buffalo (Eagle, Webber, Elmore, Washburn)
7:10 (CBS) Des Moines III: Indiana vs. Chattanooga (Nantz, Hill, Raftery, Wolfson)
7:20 (TBS) Raleigh III: North Carolina vs. Florida Gulf Coast/Fairleigh Dickinson (Harlan, Miller, Bonner, Johnson)
7:27 (TruTV): Denver III: Utah vs. Fresno State (Catalon, Lappas, Eradhl)

9:20 (TNT) Providence IV: Arizona vs. Vanderbilt/Wichita State (Eagle, Webber, Elmore, Washburn)
9:40 (CBS) Des Moines IV: Kentucky vs. Stony Brook (Nantz, Hill, Raftery, Wolfson)
9:50 (TBS) Raleigh IV: Southern California vs. Providence (Harlan, Miller, Bonner, Johnson)
9:57 (TruTV) Denver IV: Seton Hall vs. Gonzaga (Catalon, Lappas, Erdahl)

Friday, March 18

12:15 (CBS) St. Louis I: Dayton vs. Syracuse (Brian Anderson, Steve Smith, Dana Jacobson)
12:40 (TruTV) Brooklyn I: Villanova vs. N.C.-Asheville (Verne Lundquist, Jim Spanarkel, Allie LaForce)
1:30 (TNT) Oklahoma City I: Oregon St. vs. Virginia Commonwealth (Blackburn, Gminski, Maggio)
2:00 (TBS) Spokane I: California vs. Hawaii (Spero Dedes, Doug Gottlieb, Ros Gold-Onwude)

2:45 (CBS) St. Louis II: Michigan St. vs. Middle Tennessee State (Anderson, Smith, Jacobson)
3:10 (TruTV) Brooklyn II: Iowa vs. Temple (Lundquist, Spanarkel, LaForce)
4:00 (TNT) Oklahoma City II: Oklahoma vs. Cal St.-Bakersfield (Blackburn, Gminski, Maggio)
4:30 (TBS) Spokane II: Maryland vs. South Dakota State (Dedes, Gottlieb, Gold-Onwude)

6:50 (TNT) St. Louis III: Wisconsin vs. Pittsburgh (Anderson, Smith, Jacobson)
7:10 (CBS) Brooklyn III: West Virginia vs. Stephen F. Austin (Lundquist, Spanarkel, LaForce)
7:20 (TBS) Oklahoma City III: Texas A&M vs. Wis.-Green Bay (Blackburn, Gminski, Maggio)
7:27 (TruTV) Spokane III: Oregon vs. Holy Cross/Southern U. (Dedes, Gottlieb, Gold-Onwude)

9:10 (TNT) St. Louis IV: Xavier vs. Weber St. (Anderson, Smith, Jacobson)
9:40 (CBS) Brooklyn IV: Notre Dame vs. Michigan/Tulsa (Lundquist, Spanarkel, LaForce)
9:50 (TBS) Oklahoma City IV: Texas vs. Northern Iowa (Blackburn, Gminski, Maggio)
9:57 (TruTV) Spokane IV: St. Joseph’s vs. Cincinnati (Dedes, Gottlieb, Gold-Onwude)


SECOND ROUND

Saturday, March 19

12:10 (CBS) Providence I: Miami vs. Wichita State (Ian Eagle, Chris Webber, Len Elmore, Evan Washburn)
2:40 (CBS): Providence II: Duke vs. Yale (Eagle, Webber, Elmore, Washburn)
5:15 (CBS) Des Moines I: Kentucky vs. Indiana (Jim Nantz, Grant Hill, Bill Raftery, Tracy Wolfson)
6:10 (TNT) Denver I: Iowa State vs. Arkansas-Little Rock (Andrew Catalon, Steve Lappas, Jamie Erdahl)
7:10 (TBS) Raleigh I: Virginia vs. Butler (Kevin Harlan, Reggie Miller, Dan Bonner, Lewis Johnson)
7:45 (CBS) Des Moines II: Kansas vs. Connecticut (Nantz, Hill, Raftery, Wolfson)
8:40 (TNT) Denver II: Utah vs. Gonzaga (Catalon, Lappas, Erdahl)
9:40 (TBS) Raleigh II: North Carolina vs. Providence (Harlan, Miller, Bonner, Johnson)

Sunday, March 20

12:10 (CBS) Brooklyn I: Villanova vs. Iowa (Verne Lundquist, Jim Spanarkel, Allie LaForce)
2:40 (CBS) Brooklyn II: Notre Dame vs. Stephen F. Austin (Lundquist, Spanarkel, LaForce)
5:15 (CBS) Oklahoma City I: Oklahoma vs. Virginia Commonwealth (Carter Blackburn, Mike Gminski, Jaime Maggio)
6:10 (TNT) St. Louis I: Syracuse vs. Middle Tennessee State (Brian Anderson, Steve Smith, Dana Jacobson)
7:10 (TBS) Spokane I: Maryland vs. Hawaii (Spero Dedes, Doug Gottlieb, Ros Gold-Onwude)
7:45 (TruTV) Oklahoma City II: Texas A&M vs. Northern Iowa (Blackburn, Gminski, Maggio)
8:40 (TNT) St. Louis II: Wisconsin vs. Xavier (Anderson, Smith, Jacobson)
9:40 (TBS) Spokane II: Oregon vs. St. Joseph’s (Anderson, Smith, Jacobson)


REGIONAL SEMIFINALS

Thursday, March 24
7:10 (CBS) Louisville I: Villanova vs. Miami, Fla. (Jim Nantz, Grant Hill, Bill Raftery, Tracy Wolfson)
7:37 (TBS) Anaheim I: Oklahoma vs. Texas A&M (Verne Lundquist, Jim Spanarkel, Allie LaForce)
9:40 (CBS) Louisville II: Kansas vs. Maryland (Nantz, Hill, Raftery, Wolfson)
10:07 (TBS) Anaheim II: Duke vs. Oregon (Lundquist, Spanarkel, LaForce)

Friday, March 25
7:10 (CBS) Chicago I: Virginia vs. Iowa State (Kevin Harlan, Reggie Miller, Dan Bonner, Lewis Johnson)
7:27 (TBS) Philadelphia I: Notre Dame vs. Wisconsin (Brian Anderson, Steve Smith, Dana Jacobson)
9:40 (CBS) Chicago II: Syracuse vs. Gonzaga (Harlan, Miller, Bonner, Johnson)
9:57 (TBS) Philadelphia II: North Carolina vs. Indiana (Anderson, Smith, Jacobson)


REGIONAL FINALS

Saturday, March 26
6:09 (CBS) Anaheim: Oregon vs. Oklahoma (Verne Lundquist, Jim Spanarkel, Allie LaForce)
8:49 (CBS) Louisville: Kansas vs. Villanova (Jim Nantz, Grant Hill, Bill Raftery, Tracy Wolfson)

Sunday, March 27
6:09 (TBS) Chicago: Virginia vs. Syracuse (Kevin Harlan, Reggie Miller, Dan Bonner, Lewis Johnson)
8:49 (TBS) Philadelphia: North Carolina vs. Notre Dame (Brian Anderson, Steve Smith, Dana Jacobson)


FINAL FOUR

Saturday, April 2
6:09 (TBS) Villanova vs. Oklahoma
8:49 (TBS) Syracuse vs. North Carolina


CHAMPIONSHIP

Monday, April 4
9:20 (TBS)

Red Dog 03-14-16 04:36 PM

Re: College Hoops Postseason 2016 (NCAAs, NIT, etc.)
 
NIT

Bracket: http://i.turner.ncaa.com/sites/defau...it_bracket.pdf

FIRST ROUND

Tuesday, March 15
7:00: Akron at Ohio State, ESPN
7:00: Davidson at Florida State, ESPN2
7:00: High Point at South Carolina, ESPNU
9:00: Alabama at Creighton, ESPN
9:00: Long Beach State at Washington, ESPN2
9:00: Florida at North Florida, ESPNU
9:15: Texas Southern at Valparaiso, ESPN3
10:00: Indiana-Purdue-Fort Wayne at San Diego State, ESPN3
11:00: New Mexico State at St. Mary’s (Calif.), ESPN2

Wednesday, March 16
7:00: Belmont at Georgia, ESPN2
7:00: Wagner at St. Bonaventure, ESPN3
7:30: Bucknell at Monmouth, ESPN3
8:00: Princeton at Virginia Tech, ESPNU
8:00: Hofstra at George Washington, ESPN3
9:00: Houston at Georgia Tech, ESPN2
10:00: Alabama-Birmingham at Brigham Young, ESPNU

Axeramm 03-14-16 04:44 PM

Re: College Hoops Postseason 2016 (NCAAs, NIT, etc.)
 
I dont get it. How does some of the last 4 in get seeded ahead of teams that won conference tournaments? Could it be the last 4 in terminology that is messing me up?

Red Dog 03-14-16 04:45 PM

Re: College Hoops Postseason 2016 (NCAAs, NIT, etc.)
 
Last 4 in are at-larges. They get seeded based on where the committee figures them compared to the entire top-68.

Red Dog 03-14-16 04:47 PM

Re: College Hoops Postseason 2016 (NCAAs, NIT, etc.)
 
I have zero interest in the other 2 tourneys. But the CiT and Vegas 16 could not fill out there entire fields due to non-interest from schools they tried to invite. I think I saw the CiT came up 6 teams short (so they'll have some byes) and the Vegas 16 could only get 8. rotfl

edit: Ooops. I forgot there's also the CBI. rotfl

Axeramm 03-14-16 04:50 PM

Re: College Hoops Postseason 2016 (NCAAs, NIT, etc.)
 

Originally Posted by Red Dog (Post 12751039)
Last 4 in are at-larges. They get seeded based on where the committee figures them compared to the entire top-68.

I get but it seems to me that they are only in because they extended the field beyond the 64. Maybe I think they should go to 8 at the end but they play and are seeded 16th.

Red Dog 03-14-16 04:54 PM

Re: College Hoops Postseason 2016 (NCAAs, NIT, etc.)
 
Well, yeah, but that would never happen for obvious reasons.

BearFan 03-14-16 05:25 PM

Re: College Hoops Postseason 2016 (NCAAs, NIT, etc.)
 
I really have a hard time seeing the purpose of the NIT (much less any other tournaments at this point .. or for the last decade plus for that matter).

It must make some money, but I would almost rather see the NCAA add another 16 or so teams and expand the play in rounds/maybe have a few byes in the first round.

Does the NIT winner even bother to print up "NIT Championship" shirts anymore?

Decker 03-14-16 07:24 PM

Re: College Hoops Postseason 2016 (NCAAs, NIT, etc.)
 

Originally Posted by BearFan (Post 12751086)
I really have a hard time seeing the purpose of the NIT (much less any other tournaments at this point .. or for the last decade plus for that matter).

It must make some money, but I would almost rather see the NCAA add another 16 or so teams and expand the play in rounds/maybe have a few byes in the first round.

Does the NIT winner even bother to print up "NIT Championship" shirts anymore?

It used to crack me up when I went to Pauley back in the 80s and they had TEN NCAA Championship banners hanging there and one NIT banner hanging right next to it. They've taken it down since.

Red Dog 03-15-16 04:36 PM

Re: College Hoops Postseason 2016 (NCAAs, NIT, etc.)
 

Originally Posted by BearFan (Post 12751086)
I really have a hard time seeing the purpose of the NIT (much less any other tournaments at this point .. or for the last decade plus for that matter).

It must make some money, but I would almost rather see the NCAA add another 16 or so teams and expand the play in rounds/maybe have a few byes in the first round.

Does the NIT winner even bother to print up "NIT Championship" shirts anymore?

Well I'm adamantly opposed to expanding the Tourney. It should go back to 64 but that ship has sailed.

And even if they did expand, lesser tournaments will exist. The NIT would still exist, so it's a moot point.

Just like the number of bowls keeps growing.

I think the NIT has a place. But I don't pretend to care about it when Bucknell isn't involved. I don't even care about it when Maryland is involved. I just wish Bucknell drew a power conference team rather than Monmouth. Nothing against Monmouth, but Bucknell just doesn't get many opportunities to play power conference teams. When Bucknell upset Arizona in the 2012 NIT, that was awesome.

Red Dog 03-15-16 04:41 PM

Re: College Hoops Postseason 2016 (NCAAs, NIT, etc.)
 
Did 2 money brackets, basically pivoting around the East (champ/runnerup/other F4s):
1. UNC / KU / A&M / MSU
2. MSU / KU / A&M / UK

I just think if UNC makes the F4, they'll win. The effect the dome has on shooting should help them since they struggle from outside. But I could just as easily see them falling in the S16 or E8. In bracket 1, I put UNC/WVU as my East Elite 8. In bracket 2, I flipped it with UK/Xavier.

Decker 03-15-16 05:02 PM

Re: College Hoops Postseason 2016 (NCAAs, NIT, etc.)
 
KU (natch)/UK/OU/MSU
Leap years are magical for the Jayhawks and Self has met Cal in the last two leap year's Championship games.

Just saw that the inaugural Las Vegas Sixteen Basketball Tourney will only have eight participants :lol:


The eight teams are Louisiana Tech (23-9), East Tennessee State (23-11), Tennessee Tech (19-11), Old Dominion (22-13), Northern Illinois (21-12), UC Santa Barbara (18-13), Oakland (21-11) and Towson (20-12).
Damn, my beloved Gauchos are there. I might have to actually attend this stinker. :grumble:

Red Dog 03-15-16 05:06 PM

Re: College Hoops Postseason 2016 (NCAAs, NIT, etc.)
 
If you go, root for Towson. Grew up about 3 miles from there. Old Bucknell rival in the defunct ECC.

Bacon 03-15-16 06:00 PM

Re: College Hoops Postseason 2016 (NCAAs, NIT, etc.)
 
Florida Gulf Coast with a fast start
also the color scheme is far better than the bland black and blue

Red Dog 03-15-16 06:02 PM

Re: College Hoops Postseason 2016 (NCAAs, NIT, etc.)
 
Court does look better.

davidh777 03-15-16 10:25 PM

Re: College Hoops Postseason 2016 (NCAAs, NIT, etc.)
 
NIT: #3 Washington pulled one out against #6 Long Beach State, 107-102. :lol: They trailed big in the first half then rallied to get close by halftime.

WallyOPD 03-16-16 01:03 PM

Re: College Hoops Postseason 2016 (NCAAs, NIT, etc.)
 
I would rather face just about any team seeded 8 or worse rather than Wichita St. :(

Red Dog 03-16-16 04:44 PM

Re: College Hoops Postseason 2016 (NCAAs, NIT, etc.)
 
Those late 8 minutes were scary. But you're good. I changed my first round pick to the Shockers after that. ;)

Decker 03-16-16 05:44 PM

Re: College Hoops Postseason 2016 (NCAAs, NIT, etc.)
 

Originally Posted by WallyOPD (Post 12752646)
I would rather face just about any team seeded 8 or worse rather than Wichita St. :(

:up: Don't need to tell me that! -ohbfrank-

Red Dog 03-16-16 05:59 PM

Re: College Hoops Postseason 2016 (NCAAs, NIT, etc.)
 
The 1-3-1 still working great for the Cross.

Red Dog 03-16-16 07:31 PM

Re: College Hoops Postseason 2016 (NCAAs, NIT, etc.)
 
Southern finally hits a 3. HC has hit 8, but still down 1.

Red Dog 03-16-16 07:43 PM

Re: College Hoops Postseason 2016 (NCAAs, NIT, etc.)
 
Make it 5 in a row for Cross. Unreal. :lol:

Bacon 03-16-16 07:51 PM

Re: College Hoops Postseason 2016 (NCAAs, NIT, etc.)
 
interesting fact:
the non 16 Wednesday Dayton winners are a perfect 5-0 in their round of 64 games

sven 03-16-16 08:13 PM

Re: College Hoops Postseason 2016 (NCAAs, NIT, etc.)
 
Go Blue and whatnot.

Red Dog 03-16-16 08:20 PM

Re: College Hoops Postseason 2016 (NCAAs, NIT, etc.)
 
So much for my NIT interest. Bucknell went toe to toe with Monmouth for about 30 minutes, but Monmouth started raining 3s after that to win going away. Good luck to them going forward.

The 1-seed Bonnies got knocked off by 8-Wagner.


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