NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament 2013 were started on March 19 and now its time for one Champion which will be concluded on 8th April 2013 Monday.There were total 68 Teams played this tournament with their Best performance to determining them as best National Champion of Men’s NCAA Division I College Basketball. This NCAA Final 2013 Matches will be Played at Georgia Dome in Atlanta and this event were 75th Edition of NCAA Basketball Championship in US history, First were in 1939.
On the 17th March 2013 CBS were announced participants and Tournament Bracket.
NCAA 2013 Tournament Procedure
There were total 68 teams which show their best at ground but at end Final Four decided.Thirty of the 31 automatic bids teams are given to the program that wins their conference tournament. The remaining automatic bid goes to the Ivy League regular season champion since they do not hold a conference tournament. The remaining 37 teams are granted “at-large” bids, which are determined by the NCAA Selection Committee.
Eight teams—the four lowest-seeded automatic qualifiers and the four lowest-seeded at-large teams—play in the First Four (the successor to what had been popularly known as “play-in games” through the 2010 tournament). The winners of these games advance to the main draw of the tournament.The Selection Committee seeds the entire field from 1 to 68.
NCAA Final Four 2013
During the Final Four round, the champion of the top overall top seed’s region will play against the champion of the fourth-ranked top seed’s region, and the champion of the second overall top seed’s region will play against the champion of the third-ranked top seed’s region. Louisville (placed in the Midwest Regional) was selected as the top overall seed, and Gonzaga (in the West Regional) was named as the final top seed. Thus, the Midwest champion will play the West Champion in one semifinal game, and the South Champion will face the East Champion in the other semifinal game.
Here is NCAA Final Four 2013 : It’s going to be Wichita State vs. Louisville and Syracuse vs. Michigan in Atlanta
NCAA Final Four 2013 TV Broadcast Officials
CBS and Turner Cable Networks TBS,TNT and Tru TV have 14 year partnership to cover the entire tournament under NCAA Match Madness banner.CBS will Also Live Broadcast Final Four 2013 and Championship for 32nd consecutive year.
ESPN International distribute Broadcast rights to the Tournament Outside the United States and will Produce Separate international Broadcasts of the Semi final and Championship Match with Announcer Brad Nessler,Dick Vitale and Jay Bilas.For the initial rounds, they use CBS/Turner coverage with an additional host to transition between games, with whip around coverage similar to the CBS-only era. ESPN also has exclusive digital rights to the NCAA tournament outside of North America.In Canada, the TSN family of media outlets (including TSN2, RDS, and TSN Radio), which are part-owned by ESPN, own broadcast rights to the tournament.
Syracuse and Wichita State punched their tickets to the 2013 Final Four on Saturday. Michigan and Louisville joined them Sunday. Syracuse will play Michigan while Wichita State will take on Louisville.
Here’s a look at the 2013 Final Four (all times ET):
Location: Georgia Dome, Atlanta (Host: Georgia Institute of Technology)
— Saturday, April 6: Louisville vs. Wichita State, 6:09 p.m.; Syracuse vs. Michigan, about 8:49 p.m.; both games CBS
— Monday, April 8: National Championship game, 9:23 p.m., CBS
TV: All games on CBS.
Broadcasters: Jim Nantz, Clark Kellogg, Steve Kerr and reporter Tracy Wolfson
All Four Final Matches of NCAA Basketball Live Scorecard Updates and Coverage available here by team to team. Just stay with us and enjoy all Live Updates and other headlines from the Final Ground.Scroll Left and Right to Get Final live Score.
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