With March Madness 2013 upon the sport of college basketball, the NCAA tournament Selection Sunday show will be heavily watched this coming weekend. The televised show will give viewers a first look at this year's brackets so that they can begin filling out their picks and predictions.
As of his Bracketology projections for seeds on March 14, ESPN.com college basketball analyst Joe Lunardi has Duke, Louisville, Gonzaga and Indiana holding the #1 seeds. Next up at the #2 seeds are Ohio State, Georgetown, Kansas and Miami (FL) of the ACC. His 3 seeds consist of Michigan State, Michigan, Florida, and New Mexico. Will one of these seeds be given a favorable draw when it comes to Selection Sunday? Sometimes getting into an "easier" region can make all the difference for a 2 or 3 seed looking to run the table, whereas a 1 seed could get a tough draw, making it that much more difficult to reach the finals.
Selection Sunday 2013 will air this coming Sunday, March 17, beginning at 6 p.m. EST on CBS. As of right now, television is the only way to see the show, with no live streaming online coverage available. However, ESPN will have bracket breakdown shows on its live stream broadband network soon after the brackets are unveiled.
Roanoke viewers can watch Selection Sunday 2013 on CBS via local affiliate station WDBJ 7 on Cox Cable, DISH Network, and other local satellite or cable providers.