The NCAA Tournament was in full swing for the College Football season and a lot of the action was going down on the college campuses.
The NCAA’s March Madness tournament was supposed to take place in March but that didn’t happen.
Instead, it was held in April and the NCAA’s Selection Committee decided to go with March Madness.
The selection committee has the final say on how the March Madness games are played, but the NCAA has also decided to allow some games to go down on March Madness nights in order to avoid the NCAA tournament being too competitive.
That means that the March games are being played in the same venues that were used for the NCAA Tournament.
As part of that decision, the March 1-7 games will be played at the same time that the NCAA Championships are held.
The NCAA will also be holding its March Madness on March 1 and the March 6-8 games will take place at the home stadiums of the March champions.
In addition, all NCAA tournament games will air on ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU and the ESPN app.
The March Madness has a history of being an unpredictable event and in March, that will be even more of an issue for the tournament.
For example, it’s the last weekend before the March 8 NCAA Championship, and the Pac-12 and Big 12 will be playing March Madness at their own venues.
NCAA officials have been working to ensure that the tournament remains as unpredictable as possible, but that means the March 15-20 games could be a bit of a wild card for the schools.