CBS Sports’ NCAA BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP SELECTION SHOW (March 14, 6:00-7:00 pm ET) will be streamed live on NCAA March Madness on Demand (MMOD) available at CBSSports.com and NCAA.com as well as MMOD apps available for the iPhone and iPod Touch and through the CBS Channel on FLO TV which is available through AT&T and other wireless providers. MMOD viewers on CBSSports.com and NCAA.com will have the option of watching via a standard video player or by downloading a high-quality player, offering an enhanced video experience free of charge. For more information on 2010 NCAA March Madness on Demand, users can visit: mmod.ncaa.com
Greg Gumbel, Greg Anthony and Seth Davis host the NCAA BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP SELECTION SHOW live from the CBS Broadcast Center in New York. Jim Nantz and Clark Kellogg will join Gumbel, Anthony and Davis via satellite from the site of the Big Ten Championship at Conseco Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, Ind. In addition, Dan Geuerro, Chairman of the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Committee joins them live from Indianapolis, Ind. to discuss the bracket and the committee’s selection process.
Immediately following the NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP SELECTION SHOW, CBSSports.com will present the 2010 Live Bracket Breakdown Show (7:05 – 8:05 pm ET). The Bracket Breakdown Live show will break down each of the regions in the tournament as well as discussing what stands out in each bracket, seeding and what to do in your bracket.
Hosted by CBSSports.com’s Jason Horowitz with CBSSports.com senior basketball writer Gary Parrish and College Basketball Insider Jon Rothstein (MSG Network and Compass Media) CBSSports.com will go into even more detail on the potential match-ups, players coaches and most importantly how to help you fill out your bracket so you can win your pool.
The show will be played out of our CBSSports.com College Basketball Live player.