Over the course of 24 hours – while many anxiously decide if they should advance their favorite team through their online ESPN Tournament Challenge bracket – ESPN will roll out its many resources across television shows, ESPN Digital, ESPN Stats & Information, ESPN Social and much more to help fans make those important decisions.
Beginning Monday, March 13 and running through Tuesday, March 14, ESPN will air the 24-hour Tournament Challenge Marathon. The programming will air from the network’s studios in Bristol, Conn., and Los Angeles, plus have a set presence from Las Vegas. It all begins on ESPN with the NCAA Women’s Selection Special Presented by Capital One at 7 p.m. ET Monday and ends on ESPN2 with a special edition of Tournament Challenge from 4:30 p.m.–7 p.m. Tuesday.
Rachel Siegal contributed to this post.