NCAA Tournament 2012: First Four TV Schedule

The California Golden Bears are headed to the 2012 NCAA Tournament. Before play begins in earnest, the first round will be for the First Four: the first four teams to advance to the round of 64, and the first four teams to be sent home. You can find the TV Schedule right here.

The First Four will air on truTV beginning on Tuesday in Dayton, OH.

- Western Kentucky Hilltoppers vs. Miss Valley St Delta Devils - Tuesday, 3:30 p.m. PT, truTV

- Iona Gaels vs. BYU Cougars - Tuesday, 6:00 p.m. PT, truTV

- Vermont Catamounts vs. Lamar Cardinals - Wednesday, 3:30 p.m. PT, truTV

- South Florida Bulls vs. California Golden Bears - Wednesday, 6:00 p.m. PT, truTV

You can click here for a full, printable 2012 NCAA Tournament bracket.

To discuss Cal basketball in the NCAA Tournament, head on over to the California Golden Blogs. For more coverage of Cal in the 2012 NCAA Tournament, visit SB Nation Bay Area's storystream. Click here for a link to our NCAA bracket 2012.

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