SiriusXM Offers Special Coverage from Atlanta for the NCAA® Final Four® and National Championship SiriusXM College Sports Nation features expert analysis from Bobby Cremins, Mateen Cleaves, Steve Lappas, Tom Brennan, Tim Brando and others Final Four® matchups - Louisville vs. Wichita St. and Syracuse vs. Michigan - and National Championship game will air live on SiriusXM channel 91 PR Newswire NEW YORK, April 4, 2013 NEW YORK, April 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --Sirius XM Radio (NASDAQ: SIRI) will offer subscribers comprehensive coverage of this weekend's NCAA Final Four® and the 2013 NCAA Division I Men's National Championship game with live broadcasts from Atlanta this Thursday, April 4, through Tuesday, April 9. (Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20101014/NY82093LOGO) SiriusXM College Sports Nation, channel 91, will showcase a daily lineup of shows featuring a remarkable cast of college basketball experts that includes three-time ACC Coach of the Year Bobby Cremins, Hall of Fame Michigan State guard Mateen Cleaves, two-time SEC Coach of the Year Bruce Pearl, former Villanova and UMass coach Steve Lappas, former University of Vermont coach Tom Brennan, plus Tim Brando, Mark Packer, Jeff Goodman and Jason Horowitz. Hosts will broadcast from Bracket Town at the Georgia World Congress Center, Radio Row at the Georgia Dome and other locations around Atlanta. On Saturday, April 6, SiriusXM's Adam Schein and Mark Packer will team up for a special Final Four preview show (12–3:30 pm ET) live from Bracket Town that will be simulcast on SiriusXM College Sports Nation and Mad Dog Radio (channel 86). SiriusXM College Sports Nation Schedule: (All times ET) Thursday, April 4 o12-3 pm: Inside College Basketball with Mateen Cleaves and Jason Horowitz from Stats Restaurant in downtown Atlanta o3-6 pm: College Sports Today with Bobby Cremins and Mark Packer from Radio Row o6-8:45 pm: College Sports Coast to Coast with Tom Brennan and Chris Childers from Radio Row Friday, April 5 o9 am-12 pm: Tim Brando Show from downtown Atlanta o12-3 pm: Inside College Basketball with Bobby Cremins and Jason Horowitz from Bracket Town o3-6 pm: College Sports Today with Tom Brennan and Mark Packer from Bracket Town o6-8 pm: College Sports Coast to Coast with Chris Childers from Bracket Town Saturday, April 6 o10 am-12 pm: Inside College Basketball with Mateen Cleaves, Tom Brennan and Jason Horowitz from Bracket Town o12-3:30 pm: SiriusXM's Final Four Roundtable with Adam Schein and Mark Packer from Bracket Town (This show will be simulcast on Mad Dog Radio, channel 86) o3:30-11 pm: Programming and play-by-play provided by Dial Global Sports o11 pm-2 am: College Sports Nation Postgame Show with Tom Brennan and Jason Horowitz Sunday, April 7 o9 am–12 pm: Inside College Basketball with Jeff Goodman from Radio Row o12-3 pm: Inside College Basketball with Bobby Cremins and Jason Horowitz from Bracket Town o3-6 pm: College Sports Today with Tom Brennan and Mark Packer from Bracket Town Monday, April 8 o9 am-12 pm: Tim Brando Show from downtown Atlanta o12-3 pm: Inside College Basketball with Mateen Cleaves, Steve Lappas and Jason Horowitz from Bracket Town o3-6 pm: College Sports Today with Tom Brennan and Mark Packer from Bracket Town o6-7 pm: College Sports Coast to Coast with Tom Brennan and Chris Childers from Bracket Town o7-11 pm: Programming and play-by-play provided by Dial Global Sports o11 pm-2 am: College Sports Nation Postgame Show with Tom Brennan and Jason Horowitz Tuesday, April 9 o9 am-12 pm: Tim Brando Show from downtown Atlanta o12-3 pm: Inside College Basketball with Tom Brennan and Jason Horowitz SiriusXM College Sports Nation, channel 91, will feature live play-by-play of the Final Four games on Saturday night and the National Championship game on Monday. 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SiriusXM Offers Special Coverage from Atlanta for the NCAA® Final Four® and National Championship
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