Other than that, it's wide-open what'll happen. So even if we won't get a chance to fret over SU's chances against a directional school for a few days, let's all tune in to see what the college basketball landscape looks like headed into the tourney.
The NCAA Tournament starts Tuesday, March 17, in Dayton, Ohio, when the four lowest ranked teams face off. The second round beings on Thursday, March 19. All 67 tournament games will be broadcasted, either on CBS or one of Turner's networks of TNT, TBS or tru TV. And of course you'll be able to watch the second and third rounds on CBSSports.com and the NCAA March Madness Live app.
How to Watch
Date and Time: Sunday, March 15, 6:00 p.m. ET
Live Stream: CBSSports.com, NCAA March Madness Live app