Filed under: Stream NCAA Tournament First Week Contributors: Banners On The Parkway Staff Share this story Share this on Facebook Share this on Twitter Share All sharing options Share All sharing options for: NCAA Tournament First Week Reddit Pocket Flipboard Email The games tip off tomorrow, and this is the place to be for all the best coverage. 9 Total Updates Since Mar 17, 2014, 10:00am EDT Follow this stream March 20, 2014 Thursday's game schedule and tv listings By Brad D Your one click for information on tipoff times, announcing teams, and where on the dial to find every game today. March 20, 2014 Broadcast Crew Information and Schedules By bald_so_hard Some you love, some make you cringe, some make you wish that they would never announce a game again. Here's a look at those who will take on the task of narrating the action. March 19, 2014 Midwest Region Preview By Brad D The defending champ, an undeserving one seed, Russ Smith, and the most hateable fan base of any sport in the world: there's plenty going on in the Midwest. March 18, 2014 First Four: Xavier v. NC State Breakdown By Joel D Everything ends poorly, or else it wouldn't end. March 18, 2014 West Region Preview By Bryan D Here is what we think you need to know about the West region. March 18, 2014 East Region Preview By Brad D Familiar teams to Xavier fans litter the East bracket. Here's who will be garnering the headlines, positive or negative, come this weekend. March 18, 2014 2014 NCAA Tournament: Xavier v. NC State Preview By Joel D Whether you consider today's game a play-in or part of the first round is of little consequence. Like 67 other teams, Xavier has to keep winning or go home. Here's what to expect. March 17, 2014 Banners Bracket Challenge By Brad D To the victor go absolutely no spoils, but we'd love to have you join our bracket challenge. After all, what's March without a bracket? March 17, 2014 Looking at the field by the numbers By Brad D The bracket is out, but who does the best numbers system in the nation think got overseeded, underseeded, or just plain snubbed. According to KenPom, there are some interesting stories out there.