(NOTE: I've added my picks for the Midwest and South regions below my picks for the East. Scroll down to see them. You'll find my picks for the West down there too once I've written down the explanation.)
KYW has posted its broadcast schedule for the first round:
12:10 p.m.: Temple vs. Michigan State (Denver)
2:30 p.m.: Oral Roberts vs. Pittsburgh (Denver)
7:00 p.m.: Belmont vs. Duke (Washington)
9:40 p.m.: George Mason vs. Notre Dame (Denver)
12:25 p.m.: Davidson vs. Gonzaga (Raleigh)
2:45 p.m.: Maryland-Baltimore County vs. Georgetown (Raleigh)
7:00 p.m.: St. Joseph's vs. Oklahoma (Birmingham)
9:40 p.m.: Villanova vs. Clemson (Tampa)
That's a pretty good slate, though it means no Dick Enberg (Anaheim) or Kevin Harlan (Omaha) -- both of whom I like.
My only complaint with either day is that I'd much rather see USC-Kansas State than Belmont-Duke. I had a suspicion, though, that Duke's ties to the northeast U.S. would result in their game being shown.
We also know that there will be one game each on Saturday and Sunday that will be broadcast nationwide.
2:10 p.m.: Arizona or West Virginia vs. Duke or Belmont (Washington)
12:10 p.m.: Siena or Vanderbilt vs. Villanova or Clemson (Tampa)
Is there a first-round game we aren't getting that you want?