The 2019 NCAA men’s basketball tournament kicks off Monday, and that means a lot of college basketball is going to happen.
Here are the things to watch.
If you missed it last week, here are the highlights from the NCAA men and women’s basketball tournaments, which are held in 20 cities across the United States.
(It’s also worth noting that some of these dates are open to the public, so you can go to a bar or nightclub and watch whatever you want.)
In the meantime, here’s everything you need to know about the tournament.1.
The tournament’s marquee events are the NCAA championship and national championship, the men’s and women to be played on March 12 and March 14.
But there are a number of other games going on, too.
The Big Ten championship is scheduled for March 17.
The men’s title game on March 16 at the Thomas & Mack Center in St. Louis, Mo., is also the first men’s game since 2014.
That game was also the last one played at the arena that hosts the NCAA basketball tournaments.
The women’s title is scheduled to be on March 18 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y., in its final game.
The game will be televised on ESPN.2.
NCAA tournament games are played at 8:30 p.m.
ET on CBS, ABC, NBC and FOX.
CBS will televise the final four games, which include a rematch between Georgetown and Providence, the semifinals between Georgetown, Villanova and Maryland, and a final between Villanova, Duke and North Carolina.
On ESPN, CBS will air all three of the games, and ABC will televises the final two.
On CBS, you’ll get a two-hour preview of the top four teams of the men and the women in the tournament before the game, with commentary from Jeff Goodman, ESPN’s director of coverage.
On ABC, you can watch the first three games.3.
The first round of the NCAA tournament consists of the women’s semifinals, the semifinal and the championship game.
All four games are available on CBS.
The semifinals are shown on CBS from 6:30-8 p..m., and the semifinals are on ABC from 7:30 to 8 p.:m.
The championship game is available on ESPN, and ESPN2 is on CBS beginning at 7:15 p., with ABC beginning at 6:15.4.
The top four seeds in the men, women and national rankings get to play in the title game.
If you want to know who’s playing in the semifiners, here you go:The top four in the NCAA women’s tournament in 2019, based on the standings as of March 12, 2019.
NCAA men, ranked No. 1 in the country, in 2019.5.
The national title is determined by the final standings of the four teams from the men to women and the national rankings of the national champion from the women.
That final four includes the final three seeds in either men’s or women’s NCAA tournament, with the winner of the championship and the runner-up in the national standings from the three best teams from each conference.6.
If the top-seeded team in the women and men’s rankings win the title and the two top-ranked teams in the bracket advance, the winner will play the runner up, the top seed from the bracket that would have advanced.
If it goes to a best-of-seven, the best-played game of the tournament is determined.7.
The NCAA men play the top two seeds in their conference (at Georgetown and at Villanova), the second and third seeds in conference (both from the Big Ten), the No. 5 seed from each of the conference’s four conferences (Indiana, Michigan, Penn State, Wisconsin), and the No-3 seed from a conference outside of the conferences.
The second and fourth seeds are from the conference that would be in the best shape to win the tournament, the Big 12, and the third seed from another conference (Kansas).8.
If all of the first round games go to the title, the final is played on Sunday, March 12 at the Brooklyn Barclays Center, with coverage on CBS (6:30), ESPN (6 p.p.) and Fox (8 p, with ESPN2 on Fox).
If the game goes to the championship, it is played at Barclays Center on Sunday at 9:00 p.