Over time, a portion of these materials have been digitized and made freely available online. Below is an itemization of the athletics-specific videos currently available online. Touching on multiple corners of the university's work, the tapes also include a great deal of footage related to athletics. The sports documented in these films include football, men's and women's basketball, wrestling, gymnastics and volleyball, as well as packages promoting men's and women's athletics more generally.
While constant updates from the other games will be provided in the home market, the networks will not switch to another game during live action, thereby establishing home market protection. For the first and second rounds, multiple games as many as four will begin within one telecast window.
During those windows, the coverage will showcase the best action for viewers in the majority of the nation except in the home markets of the competing teams.
Tennessee: Tennessee was on the bubble coming into the tournament, but they remain the only team to make every NCAA tournament. Belmont vs. Towson vs.
Your first opponent is UConn. North Carolina vs. California-Greensboro: Kristine Anigwe leads the league with 31 double-doubles and Today, this remarkable young woman is soft-spoken, but anything but shy on or off the court.
Her mother played for Coach Kim Mulkey in college, ultimately leaving the team to get married. Now Kalani has a chance to bring the story full circle by finishing her career at Baylor with a national championship.
Content includes: Live analysis, game coverage, highlights and one-plays from each round A nightly wrap each game day of the opening weekend, with the best storylines, social posts, photos and a player of the day Expert picks for the tournament and, once the Sweet 16 is set, for each game Charlie Creme and Mechelle Voepel, as well as ESPN.
Hosts Peter Burns, Alyssa Lang and Dari Nowkhah will be joined by a rotating cast of analysts throughout the two tourneys.