NCAA Tournament Blog: #1 UVa. vs. #8 Memphis

memphisuva-logo-new2Augusta Free Press will be courtside at the PNC Arena in Raleigh, N.C., for tonight’s NCAA third-round game between No. 1 seed UVa. (29-6) and No. 8 seed Memphis (24-9). Tipoff at PNC Arena (19,700) is set for approximately 8:40 p.m.

AFP editor Chris Graham will lead a live blog before and during the game. Please join the blog for live score updates, in-game stats, commentary and analysis and more from Chris – and feel free to add your own comments on the game.

The Virginia-Memphis game will be televised by TNT and online at NCAA.com. The game will be broadcast on the Virginia Sports Radio Network and Sirius (Channel 93) andXM (Channel 192) satellite radio stations. Live statistics and full media coverage are located on VirginiaSports.com, as well as the Virginia Sports app, which is available free of charge through iTunes. Fans can also follow the game via Twitter at @UVaMensHoops.




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