For the eighth consecutive year, CBS Sports and Turner Sports will provide live coverage of all 67 games from the 2018 NCAA Division I Mens Basketball Championship across four national television networks TBS, CBS, TNT and truTV and NCAA March Madness Live.
Today, the networks announced the return of “NCAA March Madness Confidential” to its Big Dance broadcast package. The programming will provide exclusive, behind-the-scenes access to seven NCAA Tournament teams.
NCAA March Madness Confidential” returns with behind-the-scenes coverage of seven NCAA Tournament teams https://t.co/WJQj9h65yz
This years Confidential series features Auburn, Clemson, Loyola-Chicago, Nevada, Ohio State, Rhode Island and Tennessee.
Auburn is among several major schools who have been the subject of the FBIs probe into corruption and the exchange of impermissible benefits between student athletes, their families, agents and in some cases coaches.
Auburn has already lost assistant coach Chuck Person, who was indicted on federal charges back in November.
Production crews will follow the teams from Selection Sunday and will chronicle their NCAA Tournament journeys.
A special documentary titled 10 Years of March Madness Confidential, highlighting the best moments from the series over the past decade, will air on CBS on Sunday, March 25, from Noon-1 p.m. ET.