Saturday, September 30, 2006

TV schedule (an early look)

An on-going post which will be continuously updated:

Please note all schedules are subject to change and as always check local listings as they may vary from region to region and provider to provider...

  • National TV schedule, Men and Women from MSNBC, includes ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, FSN, CBS, and ABC. Broken down by month, starting from early November.

  • Men and women basketball games on CSTV here
  • Men-only basketball games on CSTV (easier to read) here

  • Yahoo Sports Broadcasts:

  • List of regional FSN schedules Search for Basketball for a specific date. This includes the whole family of Fox channels, including the regional FSN channels, the three Fox College Sports, and a lot more (Speed, FSN-Espagnol, FSN+ (plus), FSC (Soccer)).

  • ESPN Full Court: ESPNFullCourt schedule here. Click on "TV schedule" for a popup ranging from early November to late March (women's NCAA tourney). Women's games are designated with a (W) in the listings.

  • ESPN360 schedule: Details at

    Must-See TV games
    * according to MSNBC and DeCourcy
    * Top 5 games on CSTV, ranked by Doug Knoll of CSTV

  • The Guardians Classic, now renamed the College Basketball Experience (CBE) has a 16-team field highlighted by the top four seeds Duke, Stanford, Marquette and Knight Tech (errr Texas Tech). Expect the semifinals (Nov 20) and the final (Nov 21) on either ESPN or ESPN2, with the possibility of additional games on other ESPN-networks (eg ESPNU).
  • The Maui invitational will take place as usual Mon, Tue and Wedn November 20-22. All four day 1 games will be on ESPN and ESPN2, along with the two semifinals of day 2 and three of the last four games on day 3. ESPNU will cover the other three. Details and Maui tourney official website
  • The pre-season NIT (now called Season TipOff) will span two weeks. First week will be the four regionals (4 teams at 4 sites) on November 13, 14 and 15. The Final four will be as usual at MSG on November 22 and 24 (Wedn/Friday). The ESPN family of networks will cover at least 12 games. Details The format is slightly different with games played in regional arenas, in Charlotte, Indianapolis, Spokane, and Nashville instead of the home court of the top seeds. Wiki entry
  • The fourth of the big tourneys of the out of conference season is the Alaska Shootout. Four games in four days on ESPN2, November 22,23,24,25. First two games will be Loyola Marymount vs the home team, and Marshall vs Cal (no Leon Powe). A west coast flavor in this tourney as the other pairings are Hawaii (weather shock!) vs Hofstra and Pacific vs UMKC. Hofstra will be on TV only if they make it to the final.


    by Conference
  • Big East Press Release on TV coverage and Detailed TV schedule of Big East teams, including airtimes!!! The first game is on Nov 12, W.Michigan at Pitt, in the inaugural Maggie Dixon Classic on ESPNU. Don't miss the December 5 coaching rematch of the 1997 NCAA Final between Rick Pitino and Lute Olson at the Jimmy V classic in MSG on ESPN. It's Awesome baby!
  • The SEC Conference schedule on Jefferson Pilot Sports (now known as Lincoln Financial) is published as an advertisement in the 2006-2007 Street and Smiths college basketball yearbook. This only lists the SEC conference games to be shown on TV on Jefferson Pilot (aka Lincoln Financial). It includes split games.

    Classic Games rebroadcast
  • Thursday October 19, 830am, the 1999 StJohns-UConn game on CSTV
  • Friday nights double-headers on BYUTV, featuring BYU games. BYUTV is usually found in digital cable packages (or satellite).
  • November 2, at CSTV, rerun of the Villanova championship game

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