Tuesday March 17th, 2015

On Tuesday, in the first pair of First Four games, madness ensued: Hampton secured its place in the round of 64, while Ole Miss rallied from a 17-point deficit to top BYU. 

On Wednesday, North Florida and Robert Morris play the first game at 6:40 p.m. ET, with the winner facing No. 1 seed Duke on Friday. North Florida won the Atlantic Sun Conference championship, while Robert Morris won the Northeast Conference.

Dayton plays a de facto home game against Boise State next for the right to play Providence in the second round.

FIRST-ROUND GAMES - WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18
 
TIP (ET) NETWORK SITE GAME
6:40 p.m. truTV Dayton I North Florida vs. Robert Morris
After conc. I truTV Dayton II Boise State vs. Dayton

The "First Four," which debuted in 2011, has been played in Dayton every year since it started. The full round of 64 will begin on Thursday at 12:15 p.m. ET when Notre Dame plays Northeastern. The round of 64 continues on Friday, while the field will be trimmed down to 16 teams at the end of the weekend.

Games throughout the tournament will air on CBS, TBS, TNT and truTV. Live streams will be available via NCAA March Madness Live beginning with Tuesday's games on truTV.

The national semifinals will take place in Indianapolis on April 4. TBS will have the national broadcast, while team-specific broadcasts will air on TNT and truTV. The national championship will be played April 6 on CBS.

 

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