Bills’ 2022 travel schedule fairly light


As is the case for most NFL teams in the Northeast United States in most seasons, the Buffalo Bills won’t be spending unreasonable time on the road in 2022.

In fact, according to a breakdown released by bookies.com, they will travel just 13,984 miles, the 10th fewest in the league and fewer than all of their rivals in the AFC East.

Not surprisingly, the Seattle Seahawks will have the most exhausting schedule, being required to travel nearly 30,000 miles while changing time zones 34 times. Those numbers are spiked, however, by a game they must play halfway around the world in Munich, Germany.





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Bills’ 2022 travel schedule fairly light


As is the case for most NFL teams in the Northeast United States in most seasons, the Buffalo Bills won’t be spending unreasonable time on the road in 2022.

In fact, according to a breakdown released by bookies.com, they will travel just 13,984 miles, the 10th fewest in the league and fewer than all of their rivals in the AFC East.

Not surprisingly, the Seattle Seahawks will have the most exhausting schedule, being required to travel nearly 30,000 miles while changing time zones 34 times. Those numbers are spiked, however, by a game they must play halfway around the world in Munich, Germany.





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NFL Schedule: How Many Miles Will New England Patriots Travel This Season?


Throughout the week, the New England Patriots’ 2022 schedule will be revealed. 

And now Patriots fans are beginning to put their travel itineraries together 

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How does the scheduling format work?

Six games are made up from their AFC East opponents (home and away). Four are against teams from another division within the conference (rotating three-year cycle), with four being played against teams from an NFC division (rotating four-year cycle). Two games are played within AFC, based on the standings of the prior year. And finally one game will be played against an NFC team, also based on the prior year.





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Travel schedule catches up to FC Edmonton in loss to HFX Wanderers


Playing its third game in eight days, having to traverse the country three times, FC Edmonton ran out of gas in a 3-1 loss against HFX Wanderers FC in Halifax

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The schedule and travel eventually caught up to FC Edmonton.

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Playing its third game in eight days, having to traverse the country three times, FC Edmonton ran out of gas in a 3-1 loss against HFX Wanderers FC in Halifax on Saturday afternoon.

Julian Ulbricht scored from the penalty spot to give FC Edmonton the lead, but Cory Bent, Samuel Salter and Akeem Garcia countered for HFX Wanderers.

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“We fought and we believed we could get something out of the game today,” FC Edmonton head coach Alan Koch said. “But we had three games in eight days, travelling out east, then back home and then having to fly here. To be quite frank, that scheduling is completely inappropriate and unnecessary.

“No team in this league should have to go through what we went through — 36 hours ago, our team was sleeping on the floor at the Toronto airport. So if you throw that into it, there were a lot of reasons we could say why we weren’t at our best.”

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FC Edmonton started the week travelling to face Forge FC in Hamilton, Ont,. last Saturday, where they lost 3-0. They returned home to Edmonton to host defending champions Pacific FC on Wednesday, who they held to a scoreless tie. A day later, they were back on the plane, flying to Halifax for HFX Wanderers’ home opener.

“It was our third game in a week, so it did feel a little heavy in the legs,” said FC Edmonton midfielder Gabriel Bitar. “We got off to a good start and scored an early goal, but I feel like we relaxed a little bit in terms of composure.

“But this is our first time taking the lead all season, so I feel like we got a little riled up and we have to learn from these moments and go from there.”

FC Edmonton took the lead in the ninth minute after a nice combination passing play sent forward Kai Coore in alone before he was taken down by Wanderers defender Obeng Tabi in the penalty area.

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Ulbricht stepped up and calmly slotted the ball into the bottom left corner of the net to give FC Edmonton its first lead of the season.

HFX Wanderers tied the game eight minutes later when a cross from Tabi down the left side fell onto the foot of Bent after a botched clearance from FC Edmonton defender Terique Mohammed. Bent was able to poke the ball past goalkeeper Andreas Vaikla and just over the goal line.

Later in the half, HFX Wanderers had an excellent opportunity to take the lead when a free kick swung into the penalty area was met by captain Andre Rampersad. His powerful header, however, was kept out of the net with an outstanding save by Vaikla, who was able to acrobatically swat it away.

“There is a lot of talent and potential in our group and it’s about players taking that opportunity and Andreas has done that,” Koch said. “He’s come in and played very well for us. It’s tough for a younger goalkeeper to play with young players in front of him, but he’s learning to manage the players in front of him.

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“He’s a big guy and it’s difficult to get anything past him, and he’s made a few big saves and he’s going to continue to grow.”

Just before the end of the half, Coore had an opportunity to regain the lead for FC Edmonton when the ball fell to him behind the Wanderers defence. Despite having an excellent look on goal, however, he was unable to hit the target with his shot.

Salter then gave the Wanderers the lead 15 minutes into the second half.

Midfielder Pierre Lamothe played a ball over top of the FC Edmonton back line where Zachary Fernandez was able to head it back across the penalty area into the path of Salter. He was able to collect the ball and cut it back across past Vaikla into the far corner of the net.

FC Edmonton did have a chance to tie the game minutes later when Tobias Warschewski found himself inside the Wanderers penalty area, cut inside his defender and fired a left-footed shot, which goalkeeper Christian Oxner was able to tip over the crossbar.

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“The game was there for us,” Koch said. “We scored early and allowed them to come back in the game and we weren’t happy with the way the second half went, and obviously, the result.”

Toward the end of the game, FC Edmonton ran out of steam and HFX Wanderers took advantage. They were awarded a penalty kick in the 70th minute when Vaikla ran into Fernandez in a race for the ball into the penalty box.

Fernandez won the race to the ball and headed it past Vaikla, who then was ruled to have interfered with the winger by colliding with him.

Garcia stepped up and took the penalty kick, rolling it into the bottom corner of the net as Vaikla dove the other way.

“With all the travel, once the game gets going in the 50th and 60th minute, you start to feel it in your legs,” Bitar said. “But that’s no excuse, we were up 1-0 in this game and we could have come out with a result, but we couldn’t unfortunately.”

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EasyJet adds new routes to summer 2022 schedule


EasyJet is introducing a new route from Birmingham to Nantes in France as part of an expansion of its summer 2022 schedule.

The Luton-based airline is adding seven new routes from six UK airports for this summer, with the majority flying to Greek islands such as Corfu, Crete, Kos and Kefalonia.

EasyJet’s Birmingham to Nantes flights will operate twice weekly on Mondays and Fridays from 27 June.

The carrier will add a total of more than 100,000 seats to its summer 2022 schedule as part of this latest expansion.

Ali Gayward, easyJet’s UK country manager said: “We’re delighted to add more new routes to our UK network for the summer and to provide our customers with an even wider range of fantastic destinations to enjoy. 

“We are proud to be the largest airline in the UK and remain dedicated to offering low fares and convenient connections.”



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How I Travel: Priyanka Chopra Jonas Has a Meticulous In-Flight Schedule


The actress and philanthropist Priyanka Chopra Jonas has spent the years of the pandemic traveling for work a fair amount, jetting between London, where many of her 2021 projects were based, and her home in Los Angeles. But she’s yearning for a different kind of trip. “I feel like [with] COVID, so many of us are scared to travel for leisure. I want to take a holiday for fun!” says Chopra Jonas, who also welcomed her first child with husband Nick Jonas earlier in 2022. “I would go anywhere, honestly, but Hawaii would be awesome. We were planning on going and then it didn’t happen.”

As part of a new campaign with ALL – Accor Live Limitless, the loyalty program for the Accor hospitality group, Chopra Jonas is encouraging travelers—and it turns out, herself—to finally allow themselves to dream a bit bigger when planning vacations. In anticipation, she chatted with Condé Nast Traveler about the Montreal food scene, her perfect day in Paris, and how she handles all those long-haul flights.

Her packing style:

I’m a very efficient packer. I don’t know if you can tell, but I love lists. I usually know, when I’m going on a trip, what I’m doing on that trip, and I like to plan for that specifically. My travel tip is: Make sure you take two or three basic things, which you can repeat with multiple outfits. Jeans, shoes, bags add a spark to whatever you’re wearing. I go through my days and I know exactly what I need to take. I like to be planned and packed in a way that I wouldn’t need to buy anything in the new city that I go to. Then if I want to, that’s different.

Her strategy for long-haul flights:

Oh, I have a plan. One of the longer flights that I usually take is Los Angeles to Dubai to go to Mumbai, or L.A. to London to go to Europe. Both of those flights I do very frequently, but I love a long flight, because when you get to the airport, after you’re checked in and everything, I love sitting in the lounge and making sure that I look at all the snacks, have a glass of wine. Then I get onto the flight, and I’ll change into my comfies, wearing anything that is super comfortable during the flight so I’m not staining the clothes that I wore. I moisturize my hands and feet, I put my socks on, and I look at the menu, usually. I love to see what they’re serving for food. I’m just curious about food wherever I go. Then I will check out the newest movies. If I’m in the mood for a classic, maybe a classic. I watch a movie, go to sleep, wake up 45 minutes before I land, change back into clothes I’m going to land into, freshen up, have an espresso, and I’m ready for my day.

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Mavs’ full playoff schedule vs. Jazz doesn’t do Luka Doncic many favors with calf injury recovery


The full schedule for the Mavericks’ first-round playoff series against the Jazz is out.

And it doesn’t do Luka Doncic many favors while rehabbing the left calf strain that’s a threat to keep him from playing from the start.

Here’s the slate, which the NBA announced in the early hours Wednesday morning:

  • Game 1 in Dallas at noon Saturday, April 16, on ESPN
  • Game 2 in Dallas at 7:30 p.m. Monday, April 18, on NBATV
  • Game 3 in Utah at 8 p.m. Thursday, April 21, on NBATV
  • Game 4 in Utah at 3:30 p.m. Saturday, April 23, on TNT

And as necessary:

  • Game 5 in Dallas, Time and TV TBD, Monday, April 25
  • Game 6 in Utah, Time and TV TBD, Thursday, April 28
  • Game 7 in Dallas, Time TBD, Saturday, April 30, on TNT

After practice Wednesday, the Mavericks didn’t have any more clarity on Doncic’s rehab progress.

“Same as yesterday,” Kidd said, still a left calf strain that’s receiving 24-7 treatment.

His status for Game 1 remains in question, but if Doncic is healthy enough to play early in the series, he won’t have much time to recover and receive treatment between outings.

Game 2 could’ve come as late as Tuesday night in Dallas, which would’ve provided the medical staff an additional three days after Game 1′s early tip to treat Doncic.

That would’ve also marked nine days out from when the 23-year-old superstar suffered the strain in the regular-season finale. The Mavericks haven’t revealed the grade of Doncic’s strain, but injury experts interviewed by The Dallas Morning News said minor, Grade 1 strains typically heal in seven to 10 days.

The experts also said the time commitment and inconvenience of travel can hinder a plan for round-the-clock treatment. The NBA built in a typical travel day between Games 2 and 3, but not between Games 4 and 5, when the series will move back to Dallas if neither team sweeps.

Most series across the league will complete the first round games in a Saturday-to-Saturday or Sunday-to-Sunday week cycle, depending on the Game 1 tip.

But not all.

The Brooklyn Nets and Boston Celtics, for example, will likely tip off their Game 3 on April 23 (TBD time) after the Mavericks and the Jazz have started — or completed — their Game 4 that afternoon.

If Doncic or the Mavericks were miffed with the timing, they didn’t show it Wednesday.

During the portion of practice open to the media, all players except Doncic and forward Maxi Kleber (right ankle soreness) split into four groups and competed in a series of 3-point shooting drills.

Plenty of hollering and playful trash-talking ensued.

As they moved on to individual shooting work, Doncic emerged from the locker room area and got on a stationary exercise bike. He pedaled with a blue wrap around his left calf while director of athletic performance Jeremy Holsopple and manual therapist Casey Spangler looked on.

“He’s staying positive,” Dorian Finney-Smith said of Doncic. “He’s definitely involved still, so [he’s] helping us, you know, with schemes and offense, what he sees. He’s still walking around with that smile on his face, so you’d never really know what’s going on.”



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JetBlue is cutting its summer schedule to avoid further flight disruptions


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JetBlue Airways is planning to trim its summer schedule to avoid flight disruptions as it scrambles to hire ahead of what executives expect to be a monster peak travel season.

“We’ve already reduced May capacity 8-10% and you can expect to see a similar size capacity pull for the remainder of the summer,” Joanna Geraghty, JetBlue’s COO and president, said in an email to staff on Saturday, which was seen by CNBC.

The airline canceled more than 300 flights over the weekend, a week after bad weather in Florida kicked off hundreds of flight cancellations and delays on JetBlue and other carriers.

Airlines are scrambling to staff up to handle a surge in travelers this spring and summer. Staffing shortages contributed to hundreds of flight cancellations and delays last summer and airlines executives have been looking for ways to avoid a repeat.

“Despite these challenges and, based on your feedback that the schedule is wound too tight, we know the best plan is to reduce capacity now,” Geraghty wrote. “I think everyone recognizes that the industry still remains very much in recovery mode, so we believe this proactive step is the right decision.”

JetBlue didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.

Alaska Airlines last week said it would trim its schedule 2% through the end of June to handle a pilot shortage after canceling dozens of flights earlier in the month because of staffing shortages.

“We’ve recently let down some of our valued guests by canceling an unusual number of flights,” Alaska said Friday. “The primary cause of cancellations is the shortage of pilots available to fly versus what was planned when we built our April schedule in January.”

In her email, JetBlue’s Geraghty said the airline has hired 2,500 people so far this year and is still short-staffed. She added that the airline will share other measures to avoid disruptions with staff in the coming weeks.

“In the meantime, any and all ideas are welcome,” she wrote. 

JetBlue last week disclosed a $3.6 billion bid for budget carrier Spirit Airlines, throwing into question that discount airline’s deal to merge with fellow ultra-low-cost carrier Frontier Airlines.

U.S. airline executives will start detailing their staffing and capacity plans starting this week when Delta Air Lines reports first-quarter results. Other carriers report later in the month.



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2022 NCAA Tournament schedule: March Madness bracket, championship game, date, tip times, TV channel


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Kansas and North Carolina advanced to the NCAA championship game on Monday. This Final Four of tradition-rich programs could be one college basketball fans will be talking about for a long, long time. 

This year’s March Madness event was full of surprises and upsets, but now that the dust is beginning to settle, it’s time to focus on crowning a national champion for the 2021-22 men’s college basketball season. This blue blood-heavy Final Four field should provide all the excitement that fans are craving. 

Be sure to check in often as this story will update every single time the NCAA Tournament schedule is adjusted. Games will be aired on CBS and TBS — and as always, you can watch every game in the tourney via March Madness Live.  All times ET

2022 NCAA Tournament schedule, dates

Final Four

Saturday, April 2 
Caesars Superdome — New Orleans

National Championship

Caesars Superdome — New Orleans

9:20 p.m. (8) North Carolina vs. (1) Kansas TBS March Madness Live

2022 NCAA Tournament results

First Four

Tuesday, March 15

Wednesday, March 16

First round

Thursday, March 17

(11) Michigan 75, (6) Colorado St. 63

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(4) Providence 66, (13) South Dakota St. 57

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(9) Memphis 64, (8) Boise St. 53

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(1) Baylor 85, (16) Norfolk St. 49

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(3) Tennessee 88, (14) Longwood 56

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(12) Richmond 67, (5) Iowa 63

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(1) Gonzaga 93, (16) Georgia St. 72

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(8) North Carolina 95, (9) Marquette 63

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(12) New Mexico St. 70, (5) UConn 63

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(15) Saint Peter’s 85, (2) Kentucky 79 — OT

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(5) Saint Mary’s 82, (12) Indiana 53

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(9) Creighton 72, (8) San Diego State 69 — OT

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(4) Arkansas 75, (13) Vermont 71

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(10) San Francisco 87, (7) Murray St. 92

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(4) UCLA 57, (13) Akron 53

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(1) Kansas 83, (16) Texas Southern 56

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Friday, March 18

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12:15 p.m.

(7) Ohio St. 54, (10) Loyola Chicago 41

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12:40 p.m.

(2) Auburn 80, (15) Jacksonville St. 61

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1:45 p.m.

(3) Texas Tech 97, (14) Montana State 62

TNT

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2:00 p.m.

(3) Purdue 78, (14) Yale 56

TBS

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2:45 p.m.

(2) Villanova 80, (15) Delaware 60

CBS

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3:10 p.m.

(10) Miami 68, (7) USC 66

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4:15 p.m.

(11) Notre Dame 78, (6) Alabama 64

TNT

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4:30 p.m.

(6) Texas 81, (11) Virginia Tech 73

TBS

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6:50 p.m.

(4) Illinois 54, (13) Chattanooga 53

TNT

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7:10 p.m.

(2) Duke 78, (15) Cal St. Fullerton 61

CBS

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7:20 p.m.

(11) Iowa St. 59, (6) LSU 54

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7:27 p.m.

(1) Arizona 87, (16) Wright St. 70

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9:20 p.m.

(5) Houston 82, (12) UAB 68

TNT

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9:40 p.m.

 (7) Michigan St. 74, (10) Davidson 73

CBS

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9:50 p.m.

(3) Wisconsin 67, (14) Colgate 60

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9:57 p.m.

(9) TCU 69, (8) Seton Hall 42

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Second round

Saturday, March 19

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12:10 p.m. (8) North Carolina 93, (1) Baylor 86 (OT) CBS

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2:40 p.m. (1) Kansas 79, (9) Creighton 72 CBS

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5:15 p.m. (11) Michigan 76, (3) Tennessee 68 CBS

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6:10 p.m. (4) Providence 79, (12) Richmond 51 TNT

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7:10 p.m. (4) UCLA 72, (5) Saint Mary’s 56 TBS

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7:45 p.m. (15) Saint Peter’s 70, (7) Murray St. 60 CBS

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8:40 p.m. (4) Arkansas 53 (12) New Mexico St. 48 TNT

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9:40 p.m. (1) Gonzaga 82, (9) Memphis 78 TBS

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Second round

Sunday, March 20 

12:10 p.m. (5) Houston 68, (4) Illinois 53 CBS

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2:40 p.m. (2) Villanova 71, (7) Ohio St. 61 CBS

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5:15 p.m. (2) Duke 81, (7) Michigan St. 76 CBS

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6:10 p.m. (11) Iowa St. 54, (3) Wisconsin 49 TNT

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7:10 p.m. (3) Texas Tech 59, (11) Notre Dame 53 TBS

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7:45 p.m. (10) Miami 79, (2) Auburn 61 truTV

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8:40 p.m. (3) Purdue 81, (6) Texas 71 TNT

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9:40 p.m. (1) Arizona 85, (9) TCU 81 (OT) TBS

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Sweet 16

Thursday, March 24 

Sweet 16

Friday, March 25

Elite Eight

Saturday, March 26

Elite Eight

Sunday, March 27





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2022 NCAA Tournament schedule: March Madness bracket, Final Four games, date, tip times, TV channel


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With great matchups such as Kansas vs. Villanova in one semifinal and North Carolina vs. Duke in the other Final Four semifinal, we’re guaranteed to get a championship game featuring blue bloods after a Final Four of tradition-rich programs. The Jayhawks will face off with the Wildcats in the first game of the night on Saturday, while the Tar Heels will square off with the rival Blue Devils for the first time in NCAA Tournament history. 

This year’s March Madness event was full of surprises and upsets, but now that the dust is beginning to settle, it’s time to focus on crowning a national champion for the 2021-22 men’s college basketball season. This blue blood-heavy Final Four field should provide all the excitement that fans are craving. 

Be sure to check in often as this story will update every single time the NCAA Tournament schedule is adjusted. Games will be aired on CBS and TBS — and as always, you can watch every game in the tourney via March Madness Live.  All times ET

2022 NCAA Tournament schedule, dates

Final Four

Saturday, April 2 
Caesars Superdome — New Orleans

National Championship

Monday, April 4 — 9 p.m. (TBS)
Caesars Superdome — New Orleans


2022 NCAA Tournament results

First Four

Tuesday, March 15

Wednesday, March 16

First round

Thursday, March 17

(11) Michigan 75, (6) Colorado St. 63

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(4) Providence 66, (13) South Dakota St. 57

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(9) Memphis 64, (8) Boise St. 53

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(1) Baylor 85, (16) Norfolk St. 49

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(3) Tennessee 88, (14) Longwood 56

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(12) Richmond 67, (5) Iowa 63

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(1) Gonzaga 93, (16) Georgia St. 72

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(8) North Carolina 95, (9) Marquette 63

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(12) New Mexico St. 70, (5) UConn 63

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(15) Saint Peter’s 85, (2) Kentucky 79 — OT

15 over 2 for 10th time in history

(5) Saint Mary’s 82, (12) Indiana 53

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(9) Creighton 72, (8) San Diego State 69 — OT

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(4) Arkansas 75, (13) Vermont 71

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(10) San Francisco 87, (7) Murray St. 92

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(4) UCLA 57, (13) Akron 53

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(1) Kansas 83, (16) Texas Southern 56

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Friday, March 18

Time (ET) Game TV Streaming

12:15 p.m.

(7) Ohio St. 54, (10) Loyola Chicago 41

CBS

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12:40 p.m.

(2) Auburn 80, (15) Jacksonville St. 61

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1:45 p.m.

(3) Texas Tech 97, (14) Montana State 62

TNT

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2:00 p.m.

(3) Purdue 78, (14) Yale 56

TBS

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2:45 p.m.

(2) Villanova 80, (15) Delaware 60

CBS

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3:10 p.m.

(10) Miami 68, (7) USC 66

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4:15 p.m.

(11) Notre Dame 78, (6) Alabama 64

TNT

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4:30 p.m.

(6) Texas 81, (11) Virginia Tech 73

TBS

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6:50 p.m.

(4) Illinois 54, (13) Chattanooga 53

TNT

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7:10 p.m.

(2) Duke 78, (15) Cal St. Fullerton 61

CBS

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7:20 p.m.

(11) Iowa St. 59, (6) LSU 54

TBS

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7:27 p.m.

(1) Arizona 87, (16) Wright St. 70

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9:20 p.m.

(5) Houston 82, (12) UAB 68

TNT

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9:40 p.m.

 (7) Michigan St. 74, (10) Davidson 73

CBS

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9:50 p.m.

(3) Wisconsin 67, (14) Colgate 60

TBS

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9:57 p.m.

(9) TCU 69, (8) Seton Hall 42

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Second round

Saturday, March 19

Time (ET) Game TV Streaming
12:10 p.m. (8) North Carolina 93, (1) Baylor 86 (OT) CBS

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2:40 p.m. (1) Kansas 79, (9) Creighton 72 CBS

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5:15 p.m. (11) Michigan 76, (3) Tennessee 68 CBS

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6:10 p.m. (4) Providence 79, (12) Richmond 51 TNT

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7:10 p.m. (4) UCLA 72, (5) Saint Mary’s 56 TBS

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7:45 p.m. (15) Saint Peter’s 70, (7) Murray St. 60 CBS

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8:40 p.m. (4) Arkansas 53 (12) New Mexico St. 48 TNT

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9:40 p.m. (1) Gonzaga 82, (9) Memphis 78 TBS

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Second round

Sunday, March 20 

12:10 p.m. (5) Houston 68, (4) Illinois 53 CBS

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2:40 p.m. (2) Villanova 71, (7) Ohio St. 61 CBS

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5:15 p.m. (2) Duke 81, (7) Michigan St. 76 CBS

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6:10 p.m. (11) Iowa St. 54, (3) Wisconsin 49 TNT

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7:10 p.m. (3) Texas Tech 59, (11) Notre Dame 53 TBS

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7:45 p.m. (10) Miami 79, (2) Auburn 61 truTV

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8:40 p.m. (3) Purdue 81, (6) Texas 71 TNT

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9:40 p.m. (1) Arizona 85, (9) TCU 81 (OT) TBS

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Sweet 16

Thursday, March 24 

Sweet 16

Friday, March 25

Elite Eight

Saturday, March 26

Elite Eight

Sunday, March 27





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