Instead of relying on a high-powered New York media firm or Silicon Valley tech wizard, the NCAA and its broadcast partners are relying on 30 BSU students to manage @MarchMadness and @FinalFour accounts and in-venue social media transmissions.
While the tepid turnout for this year’s men's tournament in the nation's capital might be worrisome and irk Midwestern fans, Commissioner Jim Delany is still bullish on establishing an East Coast presence.
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While more than 1,500 people want Dan Dakich off ESPN's coverage of Indiana University, it appears there's a lot of support for the former IU player and coach in terms of ratings for his local radio show.
The NCAA for the first time this year is offering players in the Men's Final Four the same shopping spree-like experience offered to players in college football bowl games. Players in the Women's Final Four will not be offered the NCAA-sanctioned gift suite likely to include hundreds of dollars in items.