BREAKING NEWS: Fox Sports 92.7 & 1050 will air Great Games in Tournament History

Fox Sports Williamsport is proud to announce that March Madness will continue with “Great Games in Tournament History.”

Each game will feature play-by-play as it originally aired, but edited to minimize interruptions.

Additionally, each game will feature interviews and additional perspectives from some of the players and coaches that were involved in the contests.

Starting from Thursday March 19th and running through Monday, April 6th, games will air each day the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament would have been played.

Thurs 3/19 – 8:00 p.m.

1979 NCAA Championship Game Michigan St. vs. Indiana St. (Magic vs. Bird)

Fri 3/20 – 8:00 p.m.

2018 First round UMBC vs Virginia (#16 seed upsets #1 for first time)

Sat 3/21 – 12:00 p.m.

2008 First round Davidson vs. Gonzaga (Steph Curry 40 points)

Sat 3/21 – Airtime TBD

2008 NCAA Championship Kansas vs. Memphis (Mario Chalmers shot to force OT)

Sun 3/22 – 12:00 p.m.

2013 Second Round FGCU vs Georgetown (#15 seed dunks past #2 seed)

Sun 3/22 – Airtime TBD

2016 NCAA Championship Game Villanova vs. North Carolina (Kris Jenkins buzzer-beater)

Thurs 3/26 – 8:00 p.m.

2005 Elite 8 Illinois vs. Arizona

(Illinois rallies from 15 point deficit in the 4th to force OT, win)

Fri 3/27 – 8:00 p.m.

1983 NCAA Championship Game North Carolina State vs Houston

(Jim Valvano squad wins on last second basket)

Saturday 3/28 – 12:00 p.m.

2006 Elite 8 George Mason vs. Connecticut (First Cinderella to get to Final Four)

Saturday 3/28 – Airtime TBD

2010 NCAA Championship Duke vs. Butler (Cinderella almost wins it all)

Sunday 3/29 – 12:00 p.m.

2003 Elite 8 Marquette vs. Kentucky (Dwayne Wade triple-double)

Sunday 3/29 – Airtime TBD

1982 NCAA Championship North Carolina vs. Georgetown (Michael Jordan game-winning shot)

Saturday 4/4 – 12:00 p.m.

2015 Final Four Wisconsin vs. Kentucky (Wisconsin ruins Kentucky’s attempt at undefeated season)

Saturday 4/4 – Airtime TBD

1985 NCAA Championship Game Villanova vs. Georgetown (biggest upset in championship history)

Monday 4/6 – 8:00 p.m.

2019 NCAA Championship Game Virginia vs. Texas Tech (last year’s OT thriller)