March Madness 2012, Cal Vs. USF: Game Time, TV Schedule And More

The First Four in Dayton concludes on Wednesday night when the Cal Golden Bears go up against the South Florida Bulls. These are the only two big six BCS conference teams playing in Dayton this year, as both just snuck in - one at the end of a league loaded with NCAA Tournament teams, and the other as the only at-large bid from their conference. Stan Heath's club had a very successful season in the Big East, going 12-6, but the Bulls were on the bubble because their conference schedule featured some of the weaker teams when the season shook out.

Both teams have two of the better defenses in the country, so don't expect this one to become a shootout, or even reaches the 70s. The winner of this game will go on to face No. 5 seed Temple in Nashville on Friday. The Golden Bears are currently favored by three points. The complete broadcast information can be found below:

Game Date/Time: Wednesday, March 14, 9:10 p.m. ET

Venue: University of Dayton Arena, Dayton, OH

TV: truTV

Announcers: Ian Eagle (play-by-play), Jim Spanarkel (analyst), Lewis Johnson (sideline)

For all your NCAA tournament news and more, be sure to visit SB Nation's college hoops hub.

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