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NCAA Basketball Selection Show: How to Watch

Find out where and who the Frogs will be playing in March Madness next week.

TCU Basketball vs Baylor, February 24th, 2018. Fort Worth, TX.
TCU Basketball vs Baylor, February 24th, 2018. Fort Worth, TX.
Melissa Triebwasser

TCU is going Dancing, folks. In just a matter of hours, the process of filling out your brackets will begin, and, for the first time in two decades, you’ll have to decide if you can pick against your Horned Frogs.

What a beautiful thing.

We know the Frogs are in, but we don’t know where, or who, they will be playing. That will all be revealed tomorrow during the NCAA’s Selection Sunday show, beginning Sunday at 5:00pm.

This year’s show format is a little different, as opposed to revealing the teams bracket by bracket, they will reveal all 68 teams, and then go region by region for pairings. They will stretch this process into a ridiculous two hours. But, at least according SI’s Richard Dietsch, they pairings will be revealed within the first hour.

Next Sunday’s show is scheduled for two hours and will air from Turner Studios in Atlanta. Gumbel and Ernie Johnson will host the show, along with analysts Kellogg, Charles Barkley, Davis and Kenny Smith. The show will also stream on March Madness Live. A network source said all 68 teams and full brackets are expected to be unveiled over the first half of the show.

Check out where TCU is projected to land in the latest Bracketology:

The Selection Show will be televised on TBS on Sunday, March 11, which will also be the home of the Final Four on March 31. The rest of the NCAA Tournament games will appear on CBS, TBS, TNT, or TruTV.

How to Watch: