March Madness Schedule on ESPN 97.7 in Southern Utah
The Tournament is here!
Listen to it all on ESPN 97.7 starting today at 4:30pm MT.
And don't forget to fill out your Germaine Marine Million Dollar Bracket HERE!
Here's our broadcast schedule:
Wednesday March 15th
Game 1: No. 16 Farleigh Dickinson vs. No. 16 Texas Southern - 4:30pm MT
Game 2: No. 11 Nevada vs. No. 11 Arizona State - 7:00pm MT (apprx)
Programming note from our broadcast partner, Westwood One:
During the 1st and 2nd Rounds, we will broadcast non-stop coverage from the opening tip of the first game to the final buzzer of the last game played each day. We will spend the entire day continuously jumping back and forth from game to game, based on where the most compelling action is. For those familiar with the NFL Red Zone Channel, this is the same concept. Coverage is expected to run from 10:00am MT until approximately 11:00pm MT each day.
Thursday, March 16th -- Broadcast Starts at 10:00am MT
Featured Game 1: No. 19 West Virginia vs. No. 8 Maryland - 10:15am MT (Utah State plays in this window. For Aggie fans, you will here the Aggies here as we will be jumping back and forth from game to game)
Featured Game 2: No. 15 Princeton vs. No. 2 Arizona - 2:10pm MT**
Featured Game 3: No. 12 Oral Roberts vs. No. 5 Duke - 5:10pm MT**
Featured Game 4: No. 10 Penn State vs. No. 7 Texas A&M - 7:55pm MT**
Friday, March 17th -- Broadcast starts at 10:00am MT
Featured Game 1: No. 10 USC vs. No. 7 Michigan State - 10:15am MT
Featured Game 2: No. 11 NC State vs. No. 6 Creighton - 2:10pm MT**
Featured Game 3: No. 11 Providence vs. No. 6 Kentucky - 5:10pm MT**
Featured Game 4: No. 13 Kent State vs. No. 4 Indiana - 7:55pm MT**
Studio Hosts: Jason Horowitz and Doug Gottlieb
First Four -- March 14-15
Dayton, OH -- Ted Emrich and Jon Crispin
1st/2nd Rounds -- March 16 and March 18
Orlando, FL -- John Sadak and Will Perdue
Birmingham, AL -- Brandon Gaudin and Stephen Bardo
Des Moines, IA -- Jason Benetti and Robbie Hummel
Sacramento, CA -- Ryan Radtke and Dan Dickau
1st/2nd Rounds -- March 17 and March 19
Albany, NY -- Scott Graham and PJ Carlesimo
Greensboro, NC -- Bill Rosinski and Austin Croshere
Columbus, OH -- Kevin Kugler and Jordan Cornette
Denver, CO -- Dave Pasch and Fran Fraschilla
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