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WVU men's basketball coach Bob Huggins will be partnering up with Turner Sports and CBS Sports to serve as a guest analyst for the NCAA Division I men's championship, the NCAA announced Wednesday.
West Virginia University Head Coach Bob Huggins and 15-year head coaching veteran Frank Martin to join NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship coverage as guest studio analystsFull release: https://t.co/1kGDhQcwpv pic.twitter.com/fPCANgF8Et— March Madness Men’s Basketball TV (@MM_MBB_TV) March 16, 2022
15-year head coaching veteran Frank Martin will also be joining the studio team with Huggins, who has been the Mountaineers head coach since 2007.
The coaching legend is no stranger to March Madness, having led the WVU men's hoops to 10 tournament appearances, including a visit to the Final Four in 2010.
In a career spanning nearly 40 years, Huggins has compiled over 900 wins. He is just one of six men's basketball coaches to do so.
The NCAA championship game will be aired over four different networks; TBS, TNT, CBS and TruTV.
Huggins will be joining the broadcast Saturday, March 19 and Sunday, March 20 with the Atlanta studio team alongside host Nabil Karim and analysts Candace Parker, Seth Davis and Rex Chapman.