Seven Big Ten teams entered March Madness last Thursday. Only two remain -- Wisconsin, a No. 4 seed, and Ohio State, a No. 1 seed many expect to head to Houston for the Final Four.â†µâ†µ
We'll post these here again at SB Nation Chicago on Thursday and Friday, but here's your advance look at the TV schedule and game times for the round of 16. It will be less confusing to find the game you're looking for this week -- only two networks, CBS and TBS, will carry the eight games on those two days. For more information on the bracket, and to download your own updated, 2011 NCAA tournament printable bracket, see this StoryStreamâ„¢ from the mothership at SBNation.com. All times listed here are Central Daylight.
Thursday, March 24â†µâ†µ
6:15 p.m, CBS-2: San Diego State Aztecs vs. Connecticut Huskies at Anaheim, California. Announcers: Verne Lundquist, Bill Raftery and Lesley Visserâ†µâ†µ
6:27 p.m., TBS: Florida vs. BYU Cougars at New Orleans. Announcers: Gus Johnson, Len Elmore and Reggie Millerâ†µâ†µ
Friday, March 25â†µâ†µ
8:45 p.m., CBS: Ohio State Buckeyes vs. Kentucky Wildcats at Newark, N.J. Announcers: Jim Nantz, Clark Kellogg and Tracy Wolfsonâ†µâ†µ
8:57 p.m., TBS: Florida State Seminoles vs. VCU Rams at San Antonio. Announcers: Marv Albert, Steve Kerr and Craig Sager