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UH to get special attention on TV during NCAA Tournament – Chron

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By David Barron, Houston Chronicle

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  • UH’s Corey Davis Jr., from left, Dejon Jarreau and Breaon Brady hope their Tulsa time will be a good one. The Cougars begin NCAA Tournament play there against Georgia State at 6:20 p.m. Friday, with the survivor taking on the winner of Iowa State-Ohio State Photo: Brett Coomer, Houston Chronicle / Staff Photographer / © 2019 Houston Chronicle

    UH’s Corey Davis Jr., from left, Dejon Jarreau and Breaon Brady hope their Tulsa time will be a good one. The Cougars begin NCAA Tournament play there against Georgia State at 6:20 p.m. Friday, with the survivor taking on the winner of Iowa State-Ohio State

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    UH’s Corey Davis Jr., from left, Dejon Jarreau and Breaon Brady hope their Tulsa time will be a good one. The Cougars begin NCAA Tournament play there against Georgia State at 6:20 p.m. Friday, with the

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    Photo: Brett Coomer, Houston Chronicle / Staff Photographer

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UH’s Corey Davis Jr., from left, Dejon Jarreau and Breaon Brady hope their Tulsa time will be a good one. The Cougars begin NCAA Tournament play there against Georgia State at 6:20 p.m. Friday, with the survivor taking on the winner of Iowa State-Ohio State

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UH’s Corey Davis Jr., from left, Dejon Jarreau and Breaon Brady hope their Tulsa time will be a good one. The Cougars begin NCAA Tournament play there against Georgia State at 6:20 p.m. Friday, with the

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Photo: Brett Coomer, Houston Chronicle / Staff Photographer

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The University of Houston men’s team is one of seven NCAA Tournament teams that will receive off-court attention from CBS Sports and Turner Sports via the multi-platform “NCAA March Madness Confidential” series.

Production crews will follow the Cougars and teams from Kentucky, Tennessee, Michigan, Nevada, Marquette and Murray State throughout their NCAA Tournament run.

Features from the assorted teams will appear on the four channels that air NCAA Tournament games – CBS, TNT, TBS and truTV – and via CBS and Turner Sports social media accounts plus NCAA.com and the @MarchMadness Twitter and Facebook sites.


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