Follow the Hoosiers in the NCAA Basketball Tournament
March 16, 2008
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - The Indiana University men's basketball team will make its 35th appearance in the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament as the eighth seed in the East Region where they will face ninth seed Arkansas Friday, March 21 in Raleigh, N.C. at approximately 9:40 p.m. Should the Hoosiers win they would take on the winner of the North Carolina-Coppin State/Mount St. Mary's game in the second round on Sunday, March 23 at a time to be announced.
TICKET AND TRAVEL INFORMATION
There are a limited number of tickets allocated to each participating school for the first and second round in Raleigh.
To place a request for NCAA Tournament tickets, please call the IU Athletics Ticket Office at 866-IUSPORTS on Monday, March 17 between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. IU general public men's basketball season ticket holders can order up to two tickets, while student season ticket holders can order one ticket.
Tickets will be allocated and assigned based on the IU Varsity Club's Priority Points System.
Fans wishing to arrange for travel to Raleigh can do so by contacting Anthony Travel, the official travel agency of the Indiana Department of Athletics, by calling 1-800-736-6377 or by visiting anthonytravel.com and searching the word `Hoosiers'.
The IU Varsity Shop will carry a broad selection of Hoosier NCAA Tournament apparel. For more information and to order, log on at IUHoosiers.com and click on merchandise at the top of the page.
WATCH & LISTEN TO THE GAMES
To follow the Hoosiers on the web throughout the NCAA Tournament, visit IUHoosiers.com and select the Tournament Central button located on the home page.
CBS will carry each NCAA Tournament game. If the Indiana game is not shown in you area, Hoosier games would be available on a pay-per-view basis by purchasing DirecTV's Mega March Madness.
Games will also be available on the Internet for a fee at CSTV.com. The IU Radio Network will broadcast every Hoosier game. Check IUHoosiers.com for the affiliate in your area. IU Radio broadcasts also are available for a fee at yahoo.com.
In addition, Westwood One will supply coverage of the NCAA Tournament. Please check your local listings to see if the Hoosiers are being broadcast in your local market.
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