NCAA Tournament Announcers

Final Four — Saturday/Monday — Glendale, AZ — University of Phoenix Stadium

Clark Kellogg
Kevin Kugler (play-by-play), Clark Kellogg & John Thompson (analysts)

Bill Walton (halftime/postgame analyst), Jim Gray (courtside reporter), Jason Horowitz (host)

First Four — Tuesday/Wednesday — Dayton, OH

Ted Emirch & Austin Croshere

1st/2nd Round — Thursday/Saturday — Milwaukee, WI

Brandon Gaudin
Brandon Gaudin & Kelly Tripucka

1st/2nd Round — Thursday/Saturday — Orlando, FL

Tom McCarthy
Tom McCarthy & Will Perdue

1st/2nd Round — Thursday/Saturday — Buffalo, NY

Donny Marshall
Scott Graham & Donny Marshall

1st/2nd Round — Thursday/Saturday — Salt Lake City, UT

Dan Dickau
Kevin Kugler & Dan Dickau

1st/2nd Round — Friday/Sunday — Indianapolis, IN

Chris CarrinoJim Jackson
Chris Carrino & Jim Jackson

1st/2nd Round — Friday/Sunday — Greenville, SC

John Sadak & John Thompson

2nd/3rd Round — Friday/Sunday — Tulsa, OK

Brandon GaudinPJ Carlesimo
Craig Way & P.J. Carlesimo

2nd/3rd Round — Friday/Sunday — Sacramento, CA

Mike Montgomery
 Jason Benetti & Mike Montgomery

Midwest Regional — Thursday/Saturday — Kansas City, MO

Tom McCarthy
Tom McCarthy & Will Perdue

West Regional — Thursday/Saturday — San Jose, CA

Jim Jackson
Kevin Kugler & Jim Jackson

East Regional — Friday/Sunday — New York, NY

Donny Marshall
Ian Eagle & Donny Marshall

South Regional — Friday/Sunday — Memphis, TN

Gary CohenPJ Carlesimo
Gary Cohen & P.J. Carlesimo

Studio Hosts

Brad Heller
Jason Horowitz (National) & Brad Heller (SiriusXM, streaming)

Division II Championship — Saturday, March 25th — Sioux Falls, SD

Ryan Radtke & Dan Dickau

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08 September 2017 Comments are off for this post.
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01 September 2017 Comments are off for this post.
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03 April 2017 Comments are off for this post.
GLENDALE, AZ – Kennedy Meeks was amazing on the glass in the semifinal victory against Oregon, and against a big Gonzaga team, he’s going to have to put out another legendary performance to keep the Tar Heels in the game. That might scare most players, but not a man of…
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03 April 2017 Comments are off for this post.
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