Jim Nantz On The NCAA Tournament, Grant Hill & Billy PackerNantz will be the lead play by play announcer for another NCAA tournament on CBS.
Greg Gumbel: 'The Tournament Is One Of The Major Stops On The Sports Calendar'The CBS Sports studio host weighs in on the tournament, his hosting experience and when he realized that it was a marquee event on the sports calendar.
How To Watch 2019 NCAA Tournament Second Round: Dates, Game Times, & TV ScheduleThe Saturday schedule is officially out. Plan your day accordingly.
Carsen Edwards' 26 Points Lead Purdue Boilermakers To 61-48 Win Over Old Dominion MonarchsIf this is what a slump looks like for Carsen Edwards, Purdue coach Matt Painter can live with it.
Charles Matthews' Double-Double Leads Michigan Wolverines To 74-55 Win Over Montana GrizzliesThe Wolverines (29-6) are in the round of 32 for the third straight year. They'll play Florida on Saturday.
Big Defensive Stop Allows Maryland To Escape Belmont, 79-77
Winston, Michigan State Hold Off Bradley 76-65The Spartans iced the game at the line, where they hit their first 20 and finished 25 of 26.
Jarrett Culver: NCAA Tournament Player To WatchTexas Tech's Jarrett Culver, the Big 12 Player of the Year, looks to lead the Red Raiders deep into the NCAA Tournament.
Kalscheur's 24 Points Lead Minnesota Golden Gophers To 86-76 Tourney Win Over Louisville CardinalsMinnesota won its first NCAA Tournament game in six years behind 24 points from freshman Gale Kalscheur as the 10th-seeded Gophers rolled past Louisville 86-76 in the opening round of the East Region on Thursday.
Kelly Stewart On Sports Betting, March Madness, New Showtime Docu-SeriesKelly in Vegas shares her incredible journey and describes the impact of the legalization of sports gambling on the sports industry.
Forget Lost Productivity, March Madness Provides Huge Benefits To Office Morale And Motivation, Study FindsDon't worry, no one else is doing any work during March Madness, either. Or are they?
NCAA Tournament Picks: What Teams Will Advance To The Sweet 16?With the NCAA Tournament rounds of 64 and 32 about to play out, CBS Local sports anchors pick the teams that will advance to the Sweet 16.