Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Sweet 16 schedule and annoucers

After picking Cornell to go to the Elite Eight, Jay Bilas will be at the Carrier Dome to call the Big Red's game against Kentucky.

Sweet 16 schedule and annoucers


Here's the schedule of tip times and announcer pairings for the regional semfinals...


7:07 p.m.: W1. Syracuse vs. W5. Butler at Salt Lake City (Gus Johnson and Len Elmore)
7:27 p.m.: E2. West Virginia vs. E11. Washington at Syracuse (Dick Enberg and Jay Bilas)
9:37 p.m.: W2. Kansas State vs. W6. Xavier (Gus Johnson and Len Elmore)
9:50 p.m.: E1. Kentucky vs. E12. Cornell at Syracuse (Dick Enberg and Jay Bilas)


7:07 p.m.: M2. Ohio State vs. M6. Tennessee at St. Louis (Verne Lundquist and Bill Raftery)
7:27 p.m.: S3. Baylor vs. S10. Saint Mary's at Houston (Jim Nantz and Clark Kellog)
9:37 p.m.: M5. Michigan State vs. M9. Northern Iowa at St. Louis (Verne Lundquist and Bill Raftery)
9:57 p.m.: W1 Duke vs. W4. Purdue at Houston (Jim Nantz and Clark Kellog)

You'll recall that Bilas picked Cornell to go to the Elite Eight. Now he'll be courtside to watch the Big Red try to make his prediction come true.

Also, the fans in Seattle have to be pretty happy that Washington's game won't conflict with the Union-Sounders game at 9:30 p.m. Eastern.
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