Top Coaches Join CBS College Sports As March Madness Coverage Resumes

With the Sweet Sixteen ready to roll tonight, CBS College Sports Network is expanding its game with continuing coverage of the 2009 NCAA Division 1 Men's Basketball Championship.
The network, which is currently available to 50 million homes via a free preview, will feature top college coaches Bruce Pearl (Tennessee), John Beilin (Michigan), Bobby Gonzalez (Seton Hall), Seth Greenberg (Virginia Tech) and Gary Waters (Cleveland State)in its studio from March 26 through March 29, as the tourney wends toward the Final Four.
Coverage tips off March 26 from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. with NCAA March Madness Central powered by Pontiac, bringing viewers exclusive in-progress game highlights, live look-ins, press conferences from every team at every site and expert analysis.
Immediately following CBS Sports' live-game action, CBS College Sports airs the tournament's official highlight show, NCAA March Madness powered by Pontiac.
Adam Zucker, Tracy Wolfson and Tom Hart anchor the studio programming and will be joined by CBS College Sports Network analyst Steve Lappas.