March Madness

Big Ten Network Invites TV Viewers To Pick Games They Want To Watch

Ever since the coronavirus pandemic shut down live sports, TV networks have looked to give fans a steady diet of archival footage and games. But rather than guessing which games […]

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Without Live Events, Social Media Takes Center Stage For College Athletes

A farewell post complete with a college highlight video from Marquette’s Markus Howard has more than 6,000 more likes and almost 14,000 more video views than his average post with […]

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Without March Madness, Dayton Basketball Looks To Extend Success On Social Media

During March Madness, there are almost no certainties.  That extended to the University of Dayton, who despite not appearing on any major preseason college basketball rankings, appeared to be positioned […]

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March Madness Cancellation Puts Safety Ahead of Substantial Revenue Losses

“Fluid” was the word of the week within the college basketball space, with teams and conferences adjusting to coronavirus developments in virtually real-time to ensure the safest experience for fans, […]

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Suspended Seasons Leave Networks Scrambling To Fill Programming Hours

Alarm. Confusion. Disbelief. Despair. Those were the feelings of TV sports executives Thursday as they scrambled to fill the gaping holes in their programming schedules wrought by the coronavirus on […]

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NCAA Faces New Challenges Following Decision to Hold March Madness Without Fans

The NCAA announced Wednesday that it would hold the upcoming men’s and women’s basketball tournaments without fans due to the coronavirus crisis, following the lead of several other sporting events, […]

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NCAA’s Coronavirus Decision Looms Large For March Madness

As coronavirus spreads throughout the United States leading up to both college conference tournaments and the NCAA DI men’s and women’s basketball tournaments, so too does concern about hosting events […]

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College Football Hall Of Fame Finds New Life In Atlanta

Attendance was lackluster, awareness waning and revenue dwindling for the College Football Hall of Fame in South Bend, Ind. But a move to a major market and several key strategy […]

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NCAA College Basketball Heads North To Canada For The Inaugural Naismith Classic

Since the Toronto Raptors’ 2019 NBA title last season, basketball in Canada is in high demand. Now a new tournament is hoping that enthusiasm extends to the college level as […]

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Ernie Johnson Talks March Madness, Sports Media and More

Every spring, Ernie Johnson changes from an NBA bow tie into a March Madness one. FOS caught up with him to discuss the transition, sports media and more.

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