Plans for 2018 NCAA March Madness Selection Show on TBS unveiled

Host Maria Taylor, and analysts Andy Landers, Kara Lawson and Rebecca Lobo, will reveal the teams vying for a national championship, with coverage from bracketologist Charlie Creme, who will report live from the NCAA Division I Women's Basketball Selection Committee meeting in Indianapolis.

According to a report by Greg Asselin, the 2018 #National Championship will be held on Sunday, March 11 at 6 PM ET.

"I don't know what I'm going to do", Hall of Fame Michigan State coach Tom Izzo said. Most of the time you're on the edge of your seat rooting for your bracket to be correct.

"I mean, it will be one time in my life the NCAA has no rules on us". The "Armageddon" began back in September when the Federal Bureau of Investigation arrested 10 men associated with a widespread scheme to pay top high school prospects to commit to certain universities.

My fever has already begun.

Using the same data considered by the selection committee, Jacobson and Dutta created a step-by-step process by which they dissected teams in pairs to determine which teams were the most dominant.

Who will it be?

Michigan State and Ohio State are also expected to receive at-large bids to the NCAAs. CBS changed course last March, but TBS raised alarm this winter when it indicated a return to the two-hour format that caused trouble in 2016.

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Barnes figures to make sure Tennessee doesn't spend the week dwelling on its regular-season title. This will be the bracket that goes down in the history books.

"When you're playing against good teams it's always going to be tough", MI guard Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman said. The hardest part is deciding your top picks for each of the tournament games.

Meanwhile, Lunardi has the Wildcats as one of the last four byes in the tournament, so an embarrassing first-round loss in the Big 12 tourney, coupled with some SEC bubble teams winning a game or two, will make things interesting on Selection Sunday. A three-game win streak, including a blowout of Kentucky on Saturday and a six-point victory over Auburn, has the Gators riding high at the right time.

Are you ready for the games?

Thirty-two teams will battle it out in second-round games in the above-mentioned locations. They should also consider setting up a television or computer monitor where workers can gather to watch the games.

TSN's Nabil Karim and Kate Beirness host NCAA® MARCH MADNESS® from the TSN Studio alongside basketball analysts Leo Rautins, Sam Mitchell, and 2018 Canadian Screen Award victor for Best Sports Analyst, Jack Armstrong, delivering comprehensive pre-game, halftime, and post-game analysis of the day's action.

"Every year, we think about how we can present the tournament in a new, innovative and creative way", CBS Sports chairman Sean McManus said. Everything goes great with chocolate.