From CBS Sports –
CBSSPORTS’ COLLEGE BASKETBALL SCHEDULE CONTINUES ON SATURDAY, DEC. 17 HIGHLIGHTEDBY NO. 4-RANKED LOUISVILLEVS. MEMPHIS
CBS Sports’ collegebasketball coverage continues on Saturday, Dec. 17 with a doubleheader tipping-offwith national coverage of Butler vs. Purdue(2:00 PM, ET). Regional action follows (4:00 PM, ET) with *No. 4-ranked Louisvilletaking on Memphis and Arizona battling Gonzaga.
IanEagle and Bill Raftery are courtsideat Conseco FieldHouse in Indianapolis, Ind.with the call for the Butler-Purduegame. Ken Mack produces and SteveMilton directs.
VerneLundquist and CBS Sports’ lead college basketballanalyst Clark Kellogg are on hand at KFC Yum! Centerfrom Louisville, Ky. to handle the callfor Memphis-Louisville. Bob Dekas, CBSSports’ coordinating producer for college basketball, produces and Chris Svendsen directs.
SperoDedes and Greg Anthony call the action live from KeyArena in Seattle, Wash. for Gonzaga-Arizona. Steve Scheer produces and Jim Cornell directs.
AT THEHALFÒ, CBS Sports’ halftime studio show, hosted by Tim Brando, along with Sports Illustrated’s Seth Davis,provides all the day’s news, scores and highlights live from the CBS BroadcastCenter in New York City. Vin DeVito produces and LindaMalino directs.
HaroldBryant is ExecutiveProducer and Vice President, Production, CBS Sports.
* AP Poll as of 12/11/11