CBS Sports Network

While there may be no live NCAA men’s basketball “March Madness” tournament action at the moment thanks to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, there are a fair bit of classic games being shown. The main CBS network is airing classic games this weekend and next, and CBS Sports Network is also leaning into this, airing classic NCAA Tournament games beginning Sunday, March 22. Here’s their schedule through Sunday, March 28 (all times Eastern):

Sunday, March 22

6:00 PM 2018 First Round: UMBC vs. Virginia

Monday, March 23

7:00 PM 2019 Sweet 16: Virginia Tech vs. Duke
9:00 PM 2019 Elite 8: Michigan State vs. Duke
Midnight 2019 Second Round: UCF vs. Duke
2:00 AM 2019 Sweet 16: Virginia Tech vs. Duke
4:00 AM 2019 Elite 8: Michigan State vs. Duke

Tuesday, March 24

10:00 AM 2019 Elite 8: Michigan State vs. Duke
6:00 PM 2019 Elite 8: Purdue vs. Virginia
8:00 PM 2019 Final Four: Auburn vs. Virginia
10:00 PM 2019 Championship: Texas Tech vs. Virginia
Midnight 2019 Elite 8: Purdue vs. Virginia
2:00 AM 2019 Final Four: Auburn vs. Virginia
4:00 AM 2019 Championship: Texas Tech vs. Virginia

Wednesday, March 25

10:00 AM 1998 First Round: Valparaiso vs. Ole Miss
6:00 PM 2012 First Round: Lehigh vs. Duke
8:00 PM 2008 First Round: Davidson vs. Gonzaga
10:00 PM 2008 Second Round: Davidson vs. Georgetown
Midnight 2018 First Round: UMBC vs. Virginia
2:00 AM 2012 First Round: Lehigh vs. Duke
4:00 AM 2010 Second Round: Northern Iowa vs. Kansas

Thursday, March 26

10:00 AM 2002 Sweet 16: Duke vs. Indiana
6:00 PM 2006 Sweet 16: UConn vs. Washington
8:00 PM 2006 Sweet 16: UCLA vs. Gonzaga
10:00 PM 2002 Sweet 16: Duke vs. Indiana
Midnight 2006 Sweet 16: UConn vs. Washington
2:00 AM 2006 Sweet 16: UCLA vs. Gonzaga
4:00 AM 2002 Sweet 16: Duke vs. Indiana

Friday, March 27

10:00 AM 2006 Sweet 16: UCLA vs. Gonzaga
6:00 PM 2010 Sweet 16: Kansas State vs. Xavier
8:00 PM 2013 Sweet 16: Michigan vs. Kansas
10:00 PM 2017 Sweet 16: Florida vs. Wisconsin
Midnight 2010 Sweet 16: Kansas State vs. Xavier
2:00 AM 2013 Sweet 16: Michigan vs. Kansas
4:00 AM 2017 Sweet 16: Florida vs. Wisconsin

Saturday, March 28

8:00 AM 2004 Elite Eight: Oklahoma State vs. St. Joe’s
10:00 AM 2005 Elite Eight: Illinois vs. Arizona
Noon 2017 Elite Eight: North Carolina vs. Kentucky
2:00 PM 1992 Elite Eight: Duke vs. Kentucky
4:00 PM 1998 Elite Eight: Kentucky vs. Duke
6:00 PM 2014 Elite Eight: Kentucky vs. Michigan
8:00 PM 2015 Elite Eight: Kentucky vs. Notre Dame
10:00 PM 1992 Elite Eight: Duke vs. Kentucky
Midnight 1998 Elite Eight: Kentucky vs. Duke
2:00 AM 2014 Elite Eight: Kentucky vs. Michigan
4:00 AM 2015 Elite Eight: Kentucky vs. Notre Dame

Sunday, March 29

7:00 AM 2015 Elite Eight: Kentucky vs. Notre Dame
9:00 AM 1992 Elite Eight: Duke vs. Kentucky
1:00 PM 2018 Elite Eight: Kansas vs. Duke
3:00 PM 2019 Elite Eight: Michigan St vs. Duke
10:00 PM 2015 Elite Eight: Kentucky vs. Notre Dame
Midnight 2017 Elite Eight: North Carolina vs. Kentucky
2:00 AM 2018 Elite Eight: Kansas vs. Duke
4:00 AM 2019 Elite Eight: Michigan St vs. Duke

And after next Sunday, they’re planning to continue on with notable classic Final Four and National Championship games, with a full schedule there to be announced later. So those looking for classic March Madness games may want to check out CBSSN this week.

Update: CBS has also announced their schedule for the broadcast network for the upcoming two Sundays:

Sunday, March 29 

1:00 PM

1985 National Championship: Villanova vs. Georgetown

2:30 PM

1997 National Championship: Arizona vs. Kentucky

4:00 PM

2010 National Championship: Duke vs. Butler

 Sunday, April 5

4:00 PM

2012 National Championship: Kentucky vs. Kansas

About Andrew Bucholtz

Andrew Bucholtz is a staff writer for Awful Announcing and The Comeback. He previously worked at Yahoo! Sports Canada and Black Press.