[03/25/05 - 12:00 AM]
CBS Sports' Exclusive Live Coverage of the 2005 Ncaa Men's Basketball Championship Continues with the Regional Finals Featuring Louisville-West Virginia and Illinois-Arizona on Saturday March 26

[via press release from CBS]


Tip-Times Announced for Regional Finals on Sunday, March 27

CBS Sports' exclusive live coverage of the 2005 NCAA Men's Basketball Championship continues on Saturday, March 26 (4:30-9:00 PM, ET) and Sunday, March 27 (2:30-7:00 PM, ET) with broadcasts of the regional finals, featuring Louisville-West Virginia and Illinois-Arizona and North Carolina-Wisconsin and Kentucky-Michigan State-, respectively.

The MEN�S DIVISION II CHAMPIONSHIP featuring Bryant vs. Virginia Union begins the day on Saturday, March 26 (1:00-3:00 PM, ET). THE ROAD TO THE FINAL FOUR� hosted by Greg Gumbel, Clark Kellogg and Seth Davis (3:00-4:30 PM, ET) follows before regional final doubleheader action from Albuquerque, N.M. and Chicago, Ill. On Sunday, March 27, THE ROAD TO THE FINAL FOUR tips-off the day (2:00-2:30 PM, ET), followed by live coverage of the other regional final doubleheader (2:30-7:00 PM, ET) from Syracuse, N.Y. and Austin, Tex.

Bob Dekas is the coordinating producer of CBS Sports' NCAA basketball coverage, and Bob Fishman is the lead director. Eric Mann is Senior Producer. Mann, Vin DeVito and David Winner produce THE ROAD TO THE FINAL FOUR studio coverage and Bob Matina directs. Tony Petitti is Executive Producer, CBS Sports.

Following are the tip-times and announce/production teams for Saturday and Sunday�s regional final games.

SATURDAY, MARCH 26 (4:30-9:00 PM, ET) � All Sites HDTV

Tip (ET) Site Game Play-By-Play/Analyst Producer/Director

4:40 PM Albuquerque Louisville vs. West Virginia Gus Johnson/Len Elmore/Tracy Wolfson Steve Scheer/Mark Grant

7:05 PM Chicago Illinois vs. Arizona Dick Enberg/Jay Bilas/Armen Keteyian Bob Mansbach/Mike Arnold

SUNDAY, MARCH 27 (2:30-7:00 PM, ET) � All Sites HDTV

Tip (ET) Site Game Play-By-Play/Analyst Producer/Director

2:40 PM Syracuse North Carolina vs. Wisconsin Verne Lundquist/Bill Raftery/Solomon Wilcots Mark Wolff/Suzanne Smith

5:05 PM Austin Kentucky vs. Michigan State Jim Nantz/Billy Packer/Bonnie Bernstein Bob Dekas/Bob Fishman

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