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Watch March Madness on WTOL 11- Thursday, 3/27 and Friday, 3/28:

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Don't miss any of the March Madness games airing on WTOL 11. 

Tip Times/Game Sequences for Thursday, 3/27 and Friday, 3/28:

Thurs, 3/27

Regional Semi-Finals

 

Primetime (7PM-12AM ET)

 

Game    Teams                                                                  Tip Time               Venue

1              Stanford vs. Dayton                                        7:15PM                 Memphis I

2              Florida vs. UCLA                                                after game 1      Memphis II

 

Fri, 3/28

Regional Semi-Finals

 

Primetime (7PM-12AM ET)

 

Game    Teams                                                                  Tip Time               Venue

1              Michigan vs. Tennessee                                7:15PM                 Indianapolis I

 

2              Louisville vs. Kentucky                                   after game 1      Indianapolis II

 
VIEWER INFORMATION:   
• March Madness tips off on truTV on Tuesday, March 18th.  Second round game coverage will begin on Thursday with all games available live in their entirety across four national TV networks – TBS, CBS, TNT and truTV.
• As always, the afternoon soaps that are being preempted will pick up on Monday, March 24th exactly where they left off on Wednesday, March 19th.
• The NCAA – in conjunction with CBS and Turner Sports - determines which games viewers will see.
• Tip times/game sequences are released as soon as they are received and will be posted on www.toledonewsnow.com under the PROGRAMMING tab and WTOL TV SCHEDULE

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