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2017 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament TV Schedule (April 1 and 3, 2017)

The end of the road to determine the men’s Division I college basketball national champion for 2017 is near.

This will be the first year since 2013 that CBS will televise both the Final Four Semifinals and the National Championship. This year, those events will be held at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona on Apr. 1 and Apr. 3.

It is also the seventh consecutive year that CBS and Turner Sports will jointly broadcast the men’s NCAA basketball tournament, in the midst of a multi-year partnership deal thru 2032.

On the digital side, “NCAA March Madness Live” will bring each and every tournament game online on their website and via their official app, available on mobile devices and consoles like Roku and Apple TV.

March Madness on CBS, TBS, TNT and truTV

Final Four: Saturday, April 1, 2017

6:09 p.m. on CBS: Final Four Semifinal No. 1:
Location: University of Phoenix Stadium (Glendale, Ariz.)
CBS TV announcers: Jim Nantz (play-by-play), Bill Raftery (analyst), Grant Hill (analyst) and Tracy Wolfson (reporter)
Westwood One radio announcers: to be announced

Approx. 8:49 p.m. on CBS: Final Four Semifinal No. 2:
Location: University of Phoenix Stadium (Glendale, Ariz.)
CBS TV announcers: Jim Nantz (play-by-play), Bill Raftery (analyst), Grant Hill (analyst) and Tracy Wolfson (reporter)
Westwood One radio announcers: to be announced

Championship Final: Monday, April 3, 2017

9:19 p.m. on CBS: National Championship
Location: University of Phoenix Stadium (Glendale, Ariz.)
CBS TV announcers: Jim Nantz (play-by-play), Bill Raftery (analyst), Grant Hill (analyst) and Tracy Wolfson (reporter)
Westwood One radio announcers: to be announced

Written by Douglas Pucci

Douglas Pucci (a.k.a. “Son of the Bronx”) has worked with Mr. Berman for more than a decade. A Bronx native, NYU graduate and once-intern for VH1's "Pop Up Video," Pucci went on to design, build and maintain websites for various non-profit organizations in his hometown of New York City. He also contributes to the sports website Awful Announcing.

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