After having Thursday off and a chance to watch a lot of games, most of which weren't interesting until later in the day, when I would have been home anyway, I go back to work Friday after a three-day hiatus. This guarantees that:
The games early in the day will be exciting
I won't know what's going on because I have three days of backlog to catch up on
But for your Good Friday viewing pleasure (all times PT):
9:15 am - #15 American vs #2 Tennessee in Birmingham (East)
9:25 am - #10 Davidson vs #7 Gonzaga in Raleigh (Midwest)
9:30 am - #12 Western Kentucky vs #5 Drake in Tampa (West)
9:30 am - #10 St. Mary's vs #7 Miami (FL) in North Little Rock (South)
about 11:45 am - #10 South Alabama vs #7 Butler in Birmingham (East)
about 11:55 am - #15 Maryland-Baltimore County vs #2 Georgetown in Raleigh (Midwest)
about noon - #13 San Diego vs #4 Connecticut in Tampa (West)
about noon - #15 Austin Peay vs #2 Texas in North Little Rock (South)
4:10 pm - #11 St. Joseph's vs #6 Oklahoma in Birmingham (East)
4:10 pm - #16 Mount St. Mary's vs #1 North Carolina in Raleigh (East)
4:20 pm - #13 Siena vs #4 Vanderbilt in Tampa (Midwest)
4:25 pm - #9 Oregon vs #8 Mississippi State in North Little Rock (South)
about 6:40 pm - #14 Boise State vs #3 Louisville in Birmingham (East)
about 6:40 pm - #9 Arkansas vs #8 Indiana in Raleigh (East)
about 6:50 pm - #12 Vanderbilt Villanova vs #5 Clemson in Tampa (Midwest)
about 6:55 pm - #16 Texas Arlington vs #1 Memphis in North Little Rock (South)
No one had a perfect record in the Bracket contest. 11 people had 15 of 16 right. I got 11 right, which put me in a tie for 70th.
My links to all the schools were the victim of a browser crash. You can use Google.
It's the first trip to the NCAA tournament for the Retrievers, Eagles, and, Mavericks. You can try to match them up to their respective schools.