When the NCAA Tournament was announced in March, the game was a big deal for the college basketball landscape.
With a record $5.5 billion TV deal with CBS, the tournament was the biggest and most anticipated sports event of the year.
The tournament was so popular that it became a staple on CBS Sports Network.
ESPN’s College Basketball Tonight was the main show, with host and ESPN College Basketball Analyst, Bob Ley, breaking down every matchup of the NCAA tournament, with highlights and analysis.
However, that was only the beginning of the story.
It was also a year of controversy and controversy surrounding the NCAA.
After the Final Four was canceled, the Big Ten Conference (which includes Ohio State and Michigan) sued the NCAA, claiming that the NCAA should not have been able to penalize schools for the removal of the Big 10 from the tournament in 2019.
It’s a lawsuit that has since been dropped.
In 2018, the NCAA issued a statement saying it had no plans to change the rules for the tournament.
However the NCAA did change its tournament schedule, and the tournament went to 12 teams instead of 16.
However it was not until March 2019 that the Final 4 was finally played, with four teams from the ACC and one from the Big 12 playing against each other.
In 2019, the Final 8 was played and the top four teams in each conference faced each other for the title.
The NCAA did not make the tournament tournament as a whole, but the Big East, Big Ten and Pac-12 were invited to make it, and they all made the tournament, including Ohio State.
The Big 12 made the Final 32, which included Ohio State, UCLA, Stanford, Baylor and Texas Tech.
The ACC, which had a record 23 teams and lost to Michigan, finished a disappointing fourth in the tournament behind Oklahoma and Duke.
The SEC was the only conference that finished the tournament without a team from the SEC, as Alabama and Auburn both withdrew from the conference.
The first round of the tournament is now set to take place in Atlanta, Georgia, on June 11.