Tennessee is just three days away from opening up NCAA Tournament play in the Clemson Regional. The Vols will face Charlotte in their first game of the four-team double elimination tournament that includes Clemson, Charlotte, Tennessee and Lipscomb.
Clemson opens up the event with a matchup against four-seed Lipscomb at 1 p.m. ET Friday. Tennessee and Charlotte face off in game two of the event at 6 p.m. ET Friday night on ESPNU.
The losers of the two Friday night games will play in game three of the event, an elimination game, Saturday at noon ET while the winners of the regional opener games will play in the critical game four of the tournament at 6 p.m. ET Saturday night.
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The winner of game three and lover of game four will face off in game five of the tournament, another elimination game, at noon ET Sunday. The winner of game five will face the winner of game four in the regional final at 6 p.m. ET Sunday night.
If the team who has yet to lose (the winner of game four) defeats the winner of game five than they will advance to the super regionals. If the winner of game five hands the winner of game four its first loss of the event than the two teams will play a winner take all matchup on Monday. The game time hasn’t been announced but is likely a day game.
After the first day games the broadcast information is still to be determined.
Check out the full bracket below.