Selection Sunday 2010: What Time Is Selection Sunday Show?
Today is Selection Sunday 2010. What Time is the Selection Sunday Program on CBS? Who Are the Bubble Teams That Hope To Go Through to March Madness?
For many college basketball fans, this can be one of the most anxious days of the year: Selection Sunday. March 14 is the day when the NCAA announces the names of the 64 men's basketball teams that will take part in March Madness 2010.
Start Time of the Selection Sunday Program
The March Madness Selection Show will air at 6 pm EST
What Channel is Selection Sunday Program On?
The Selection Show will air on CBS. Check local listings to find out what the CBS affiliate in your area.
Selection Sunday 2010: Teams That Will Likely Play in March Madness?
So who is going to be selected for 2010 March Madness? Well, there are plenty of obvious choices like Kentucky, Syracuse and perennial favorites like Duke and Georgetown. There are plenty of teams on the bubble, however, who are anxiously awaiting the results from Selection Sunday 2010.
Here is a list of teams that should be safe heading into Selection Sunday 2010
ACC: Clemson, Duke, Florida State, Maryland, Wake Forest
Atlantic 10: Richmond, Temple, Xavier
Big 12: Kansas, Baylor, Kansas State, Missouri, Oklahoma State, Texas, Texas A&M
Big East: West Virginia, Georgetown, Louisville, Marquette, Notre Dame, Pittsburgh, Syracuse, Villanova
Big Ten: Purdue, Michigan State, Ohio State, Wisconsin
Mountain West: San Diego State, BYU, New Mexico
SEC: Kentucky, Tennessee, Vanderbilt
West Coast: St. Mary's, Gonzaga
These other teams also have a good chance of heading to March Madness 2010.
Butler (Horizon), Cornell (Ivy), Winthrop (Big South), East Tennessee State (Atlantic Sun), Murray State (Ohio Valley), Northern Iowa (Missouri Valley), Old Dominion (Colonial), Siena (MAAC), Wofford (Southern), North Texas (Sun Belt), Oakland (Summit), Robert Morris (Northeast), Montana (Big Sky), Lehigh (Patriot), Houston (Conference USA), Vermont (America East), Morgan State (MEAC), Sam Houston State (Southland), Washington (Pac-10), Ohio (MAC), Santa Barbara (Big West), Arkansas-Pine Bluff (SWAC), New Mexico State (WAC)
Here are some 2010 Bubble Teams
ACC: Virginia Tech, Georgia Tech
Atlantic 10: Rhode Island, Dayton
Big East: Seton Hall, South Florida
Big Ten: Illinois, Minnesota
Conference USA: Memphis, UTEP
Mountain West: UNLV
SEC: Florida, Mississippi State, Ole Miss