Jan 22, 2011

March Madness 2011-Final Four on Dish Network

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NCAA March Madness 2011-Final Four will be bigger and better than ever before. You'll be able to enjoy it all on CBS with tournament games starting on March 15, 2011. This year's Final Four is in Houston,TX. If you don't already have DISH Network TV sign-up and get it to enjoy all the games you love in free HD.


The NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Championship is a single elimination tournament held each spring in the United States, featuring 68 college basketball teams, both conference champions and at-large selections. The tournament, organized by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), was created in 1939 by the National Association of Basketball Coaches and was the brainchild of Kansas coach Phog Allen Held mostly in March, it is informally known as March Madness or the Big Dance; the tournament, and especially the national semi-finals and final (the Final Four), has become one of the nation's most prominent sporting events.

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The tournament bracket has included conference tournament champions from each Division I conference, which receive automatic bids. The remaining slots are at-large berths, with teams chosen by an NCAA selection committee. The selection process and tournament seedings are based on several factors, including team rankings, win-loss records and RPI data. The lowest-seeded teams compete in the "opening round games" to determine which will join the other 60 teams in the first round of the tournament.
A Most Outstanding Player award is given by the Associated Press at the end of each tournament.
At 11 national titles, UCLA holds the record for the most NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Championships; John Wooden coached UCLA to 10 of its 11 titles. The University of Kentucky is second, with 7 national titles, while Indiana University and University of North Carolina are tied for third with 5 national titles, and current champion Duke University ranks fifth, with 4 national titles.

The tournament is televised on CBS in the United States, except for the play-in game.
On April 22, 2010, it was announced that the NCAA had reached a new 14-year, $11 billion deal with CBS Sports and TimeWarner-owned Turner Sports for the rights to broadcast the NCAA Tournament from 2011-2024. Additionally, the tournament will be expanded to 68 teams starting in 2011.

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Watch NCAA March Madness 2011 on DISH Network and take your viewing experience to a whole, new level this year. Find out more about DISH Network NCAA sports packages here and enjoy.

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1 comments:

Anonymous said...

I believe that all we basketball fans around the globe looking forward for this tournament. For the most of us, NCAA basketball is more interesting than NBA or any other competition in the world.
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