The broadcaster said Thursday it will provide uninterrupted coverage of every match-up from the opening tip of the opening-round game on March 14 through the final buzzer of the championship game on April 3. All games will be offered in their entirety with no blackouts and at no extra charge to subscribers.
"For many fans, the NCAA tournament marks the most exciting three weeks on the sports calendar," Steve Cohen, vice president of sports programming, said in a news release. "SIRIUS will air every second of action, every cinderella performance and every buzzer-beater to our national audience, making us a must-have for NCAA hoops fans," he added.
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