2011 March Madness Schedule: Texas Basketball Leads Off On Friday

SB Nation has been hard at work since the tournament was released, and it's dug up the entire schedule for the first two rounds. I know, it's truly enterprising work. The Texas Longhorns will kick-start Friday's action with an 11:15 a.m. CT game against the Oakland Golden Grizzlies. It will be broadcast on CBS, live from Tulsa, and be voiced by Marv Albert and Steve Kerr.

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The Texas A&M Aggies will play later on Friday, as they'll take on the Florida St. Seminoles at 3:10 P.M. CT matchup from Chicago. This game will be broadcast by TBS and feature Spiro Dedes and Bob Wenzel. At least both teams have managed to avoid Gus Johnson. For now.

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Should Texas win, they'd face the winner of the Memphis Tigers-Arizona Wildcats game. Should the Aggies fend off the Seminoles, they'll take on the winner of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish-Akron Zips matchup.

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If you really want some fighting words, SB Nation's Chris Dobbertean is predicting that both the Longhorns and Aggies will lose in the first round. Sorry, the "second round." Stupid extra games.

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