2012 NCAA Tournament Schedule: Norfolk State Vs. Missouri Game Time, TV Schedule And More

No. 15 seed Norfolk State is in the NCAA Tournament for the first time in its history, which dates back to 1935. However, the Spartans have been handed a tall task for their Big Dance debut, as they're slated to battle the No. 2 seed Missouri Tigers in the second round of the 2012 NCAA Tournament. The TV schedule for the tournament is now out, and the Spartans and Tigers will square off on Friday, March 16 in Omaha.

Here is all the TV information for the game:

Game date/time: Friday, March 16, approximately 4:40 p.m. ET

Location: CenturyLink Center, Omaha, NE.

TV: TNT

Announcers: Marv Albert/Steve Kerr/Craig Sager

SB Nation has teamed up with Dial Global Sports to bring you live streaming coverage of every NCAA Tournament game. To hear live streaming coverage of this game, go here.

For more coverage of Norfolk State in the 2012 NCAA Tournament, visit SB Nation DC's NCAA Tournament Stream. For more coverage of the Tigers, visit Rock M Nation. Click here for a link to our NCAA bracket 2012.

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