As a Canadian, the past few years I’ve found it tough to follow the NCAA Tournament as closely as I would have liked. Sure, CBS Sports does a great job in the United States, but not all of their online content is made available to Canadians like myself.
Needless to say I was excited to get a Press Release this afternoon from Cameron at The Score. Check out some of the gems The Score has in terms of covering March Madness:
* Live game coverage of all 63 tournament match-ups with hard hitting, in-studio analysis from The Score’s Tim Micallef and analyst Sherman Hamilton
* The Score’s Adnan Virk and Cabbie will be on-site in Detroit for the Final Four, providing game analysis, top interviews and behind-the-scenes coverage that you won’t find anywhere else
* The Score’s exclusive Tourney Central blog, featuring up-to-the-seconds news, commentary, hits and disses.
* Score Fantasy’s Bracket Buster pool with $10,000 in cash and prizes available to be won. Score users can track their picks against the brackets of Cabbie, Tim Micallef and other Score Personalities plus use Facebook Connect to see which friends are registered and how they stack up against their brackets.
* Live updates as they happen through The Score’s Twitter feed.
* Game previews, live scores, and recaps through ScoreMobile and ScoreMobile iPhone Edition (available in the iTunes AppStore or at http://iphone.thescore.com)
* ScoreMobile iPhone Edition will offer interactive live blogging on all match-ups from the Sweet Sixteen through to the Final
* Video highlights for every game will be available through ScoreMobile iPhone Edition and various Canadian mobile carrier video decks
Wow, talk about giving college hoops junkies their fix.