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Classic March Madness NCAA Tournament Games on TV Today (Saturday, April 11)

CBS Sports Network is replaying several national championship games on Saturday
Classic March Madness NCAA Tournament Games on TV Today (Saturday, April 11)

A new national champion would have been crowned on Monday if the NCAA men's basketball tournament wasn't canceled due to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. But those missing March Madness can rewatch some classic national championship games on CBS Sports Network (CBSSN) on Saturday, April 11.

 

So if you're wondering, "What classic college basketball games are on today?" know this: CBS Sports Network is replaying NCAA Tournament national championship games on Saturday, April 11.

 

Classic March Madness NCAA Tournament Games on TV Today (Sunday, April 5)

CBS Sports Network and CBS are replaying several national championship games throughout Sunday
Classic March Madness NCAA Tournament Games on TV Today (Sunday, April 5)

On the eve of what would have been the conclusion of the NCAA men's basketball tournament, CBS Sports is replaying a full day's worth of national championship game on Sunday, April 5. Both the men's and women's basketball tournaments were canceled due to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, but CBS Sports Network (CBSSN) and CBS are both giving fans a chance to rewatch some classic national title games throughout the day.

 

Classic March Madness NCAA Tournament Games on TV Today (Saturday, April 4)

CBS Sports Network is replaying several national championship games on Saturday
Classic March Madness NCAA Tournament Games on TV Today (Saturday, April 4)

Today would have marked the 2020 Final Four in Atlanta if the NCAA men's basketball tournament wasn't canceled due to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. But those missing March Madness can rewatch some classic national championship games on CBS Sports Network (CBSSN) on Saturday, April 4.

 

So if you're wondering, "What classic college basketball games are on today?" know this: CBS Sports Network is replaying NCAA Tournament national championship games on Saturday, April 4.

 

Classic March Madness NCAA Tournament Games on TV Today (Saturday, March 28)

CBS Sports Network is airing a full slate of memorable Elite Eight matchups all Saturday long
Classic March Madness NCAA Tournament Games on TV Today (Saturday, March 28)

The NCAA men's and women's basketball tournaments were one of the major events canceled due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, but those missing March Madness can rewatch some classic games on TV on Saturday, March 28. CBS Sports Network (CBSSN) is replaying a full day's worth of past Elite Eight matchups from the NCAA Tournament while FS2 is shining the spotlight on the Big East.

 

Classic Sports on TV Today (Saturday, March 28)

Missing sports? MLB, college basketball, racing, tennis, and women's soccer replays all on the docket for Saturday
Classic Sports on TV Today (Saturday, March 28)

Live sporting events have been postponed indefinitely because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, but fans can relive some memories and classic games (MLB, college basketball, tennis, NASCAR races, women's soccer) on TV on Saturday, March 28.

 

To try and help fill that sports-sized void in people's lives, various networks including CBS, FOX, and ESPN have been re-airing classic games and matchups. On Saturday alone, there's something for everyone from baseball to racing and women's soccer fans. And that's just on the aforementioned networks.

USA vs. Mexico: Concacaf Gold Cup Prediction and Preview

This is the fifth time that these teams have met in the Gold Cup final
USA vs. Mexico: Concacaf Gold Cup Prediction and Preview

Familiar foes must face each other one more time in order to reach the promised land. Team USA will take on Mexico for the fifth time with the Gold Cup trophy on the line. Of course, these to nations have a much bigger history against one another, but it always seems to come to a head at the Gold Cup. Both teams took a long, winding road to get here.

USA vs. Netherlands: FIFA Women's World Cup Prediction and Preview

One more win and the Americans get their fourth World Cup title
USA vs. Netherlands: FIFA Women's World Cup Prediction and Preview

The moment of truth has arrived. Team USA is just one game away from winning not just their fourth World Cup title, but back-to-back trophies for the first time in team history. Standing in their way in the finals of the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup is a Netherlands team looking to pull off one of the biggest upsets in soccer history.

England vs. Sweden: FIFA Women's World Cup Prediction and Preview

Third place is on the line
England vs. Sweden: FIFA Women's World Cup Prediction and Preview

While this isn't exactly the championship game, it's just as important. We've nearly reached the end of the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup, which begins to wrap up this weekend. In this game, England takes on Sweden for third place in this year's tournament. Both teams played some grueling games in the early going, reached the knockout rounds, and both came up short in the semifinals. But they still get to play one last game to prove that they are among the world's best.

Women's World Cup Schedule 2019

Team USA and the world's best take the field

FIFA's 2019 Women's World Cup began June 7 and ends July 7. And yes, the United States (USWNT) made the cut, along with world's best national soccer teams. The match schedule is out (see below), the teams are ready, and FOX Sports will be airing most of the games during the tournament.

Concacaf Gold Cup Schedule 2019

The U.S. looks to win back-to-back championships for the first time since 2005, '07
Concacaf Gold Cup Schedule 2019

The 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup takes place June 15-July 7 with the United States, Costa Rica and Jamaica serving as co-hosts. The U.S. previously co-hosted both the 1993 and 2003 Gold Cup events with Mexico, and shared the 2015 edition with Canada. But this year's event will mark the first time that Gold Cup matches have been played outside of North America. Beyond that the United States has hosted every Gold Cup game.

 

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