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The 2021 NCAA DI men's basketball tournament will be unlike any March Madness that has come before.

 

The NCAA announced in early January the entire 2021 men’s basketball championship will be played in Indiana, with the  majority of the tournament’s 67 games taking place in Indianapolis. Selection Sunday is still scheduled for March 14, and plans  remain to have the Final Four on April 3 and 5, with exact preliminary-round dates to be determined.

 

Games will be played on two courts inside Lucas Oil Stadium, as well as Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Hinkle Fieldhouse, Indiana  Farmers Coliseum, Mackey Arena in West Lafayette and Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall in Bloomington. Only one game at a time  will be played at Lucas Oil Stadium. Teams will practice at the Indiana Convention Center with multiple courts set up inside  the venue. All teams will be housed on dedicated hotel floors, with physically distanced meeting and dining rooms, as well as  secure transportation to and from competition venues.

 

CBS Sports and Turner Sports will continue to show all 67 games of the tournament across TBS, CBS, TNT, truTV and their digital platforms, including March Madness Live.

 

Here is the schedule, as it stands now. These dates are tentative because of changing conditions brought about by COVID-19.