Don’t miss a moment of the NCAA® March Madness® tournament on SiriusXM

SiriusXM will air the entirety of the 2021 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship, giving subscribers nationwide access to every minute of March Madness® on SiriusXM radios and the SiriusXM app. In addition to live play-by-play of every game, listeners will also get the most in-depth daily coverage throughout the tournament on several exclusive 24/7 college sports talk channels.

The madness begins with the First Four® on March 18 and runs through the Final Four® and national championship game on April 3 and 5. SiriusXM will also air Spanish-language broadcasts of the Final Four and championship games. Tournament match-ups and SiriusXM channel assignments are available now.

SiriusXM will also offer coverage of the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championship, providing listeners with live play-by-play of the Women’s Final Four® and championship game. These Women’s NCAA Tournament radio broadcasts are produced by Westwood One.

Throughout the tournament, SiriusXM’s exclusive, dedicated college sports channels – ESPNU Radio, SiriusXM ACC Radio (Ch. 371), SiriusXM Big 12 Radio (Ch. 375), SiriusXM Big Ten Radio (Ch. 372), SiriusXM Pac-12 Radio (Ch. 373), and SiriusXM SEC Radio (Ch. 374) – will offer the most extensive and in-depth college basketball news and tournament talk available on radio. SiriusXM’s 24/7 college sports channels feature several former coaches and players including Pat Bradley, Tom Brennan, Jon Crispin, Dalen Cuff, Tony Delk, Sean Farnham, Fran Fraschilla, Seth Greenberg, Robbie Hummel, Steve Lappas, Evan Moore Chris Spatola, Earl Watson and Tim Welsh, as well as analysts Nicole Auerbach, Krista Blunk, and others.

Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski, who has led the Blue Devils to five National Championship titles, will continue to host his weekly SiriusXM show throughout the tournament. Basketball and Beyond with Coach K airs on ESPNU Radio on SiriusXM and is available on the SiriusXM app.

The next series of episodes of Christopher “Mad Dog” Russo’s new SiriusXM original podcast – Digging Up The Past – will debut March 15 and feature Russo and guests looking back at the history of the NCAA Tournament. Digging Up The Past takes a historical deep-dive into the events and innovations that have shaped the sports landscape. This next four-episode series will examine NCAA Tournament history from its origins as an eight-team competition in 1939 through the 1978 tournament that featured a Kentucky-over-Duke final and the postseason debut of a Michigan State freshman named Earvin “Magic” Johnson.

Listeners will hear from college basketball stars from that era, as well as insiders who have covered the sport for decades, including Willie Worsley, Jerry Lucas, Bill Walton, Don Chaney, Lenny Rosenbluth, Quinn Buckner, Dick Vitale, Billy Packer, Bill Raftery, and many others.

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