The men’s basketball team will host Georgia Tech on Saturday night in a matchup of two of the best teams in college basketball.
That will be followed by a rematch of the women’s basketball title game that will be played Sunday night in Atlanta.
The Big Ten Tournament will be the first NCAA Tournament to be held at Philips Arena since the first in 1980.
It will feature an average of 19,000 fans per game.
ESPN will televise the semifinals between Iowa and Michigan State, which will be televised on ESPN2.
The semifinals will be one of four on ESPN this season, with the Big Ten Championship game and the men’s title game also being televised on the network.
The Big Ten title game will be broadcast on ESPN3 and the semifinals on ESPNU.
The championship will also be televised live on ESPN and ESPN2 at 2 p.m.
The NCAA tournament is the longest-running championship in college sports and the most prestigious tournament in the country.
The NCAA also holds the NCAA Tournament every other year.
The Final Four will be held Feb. 23-26 at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, where the Big 12 Tournament will take place.
The men and women’s Final Four are the only remaining NCAA tournament games to be played at Georgia Tech.
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