2011 NCAA Tournament Game Times: Texas A&M Will Play Florida St. On Thursday

The 2011 NCAA Tournament field is set, and the games start tomorrow. But the real action doesn't start until Thursday, when the official first round of the tournament gets under way.

On Friday, Texas A&M plays its first round game against Florida State. The game will start at 4:10 p.m. eastern time, and can be seen on TBS. It will be called by Spiro Dedes and Bob Wentzel.

The Texas Longhorns start the tournament the same day when it faces Oakland. The game starts at 12:10, it can be seen on CBS, and will be called by Marv Albert and Steve Kerr.

The other Texas team that made the field is University of Texas - San Antonio, which will be part of the first four play-in games. It will play Alabama St. on Friday night at 6:40 p.m. The game can be seen on TruTV and will be called by Gus Johnson and Len Elmore. If it advances, UTSA will play Ohio State on Friday.

You can see the TV schedule for every first round game here.

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