The Arkansas Razorbacks are going dancing! This roller coaster of a season will continue en route to a potential championship, and it all begins as the No. 8 seed in the West Regional.
That first matchup will be played in Des Moines, IA on March 16 (3:30 PM CT) against the Illinois Fighting Illini — aka, Razorback fans will be left hoping that the Big Ten remains overrated for at least one more tournament.
There’s no distinct regional advantage for either team in Des Moines, though the commute will probably be a lot easier for Illinois and their controversial student section (who wore out their welcome in Iowa just about a month ago).
All that means, though, is that Arkansas fans probably don’t need to worry about “How to Watch” this tournament. Just book those flights and cop those tickets!
Arkansas March Madness Schedule: How to Watch the Razorbacks in NCAA Tournament
Once again, this tournament will be televised on the CBS family of networks, including the flagship, TNT, TBS and TruTV.
Look out for the revamped March Madness Live streaming service online, too, which features several new pieces of functionality for the 2023 addition.
So does Eric Musselman’s club, who nonetheless wrapped the season ranked 21st in the NET rankings (which were once again extremely predictive for this year’s bracket … except for Arkansas). That’s just one spot behind where they ranked last year, when they made their second consecutive Elite 8 run as a No. 4 seed.
Will the Muss Bus make it three in a row? If so, he’ll have to carve out a path as a far lower seed (again, despite dropping only one spot in the final NET).
If they can fight through Des Moines, their Sweet 16 and Elite 8 games will take place at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, with a potential Final Four battle on the horizon at NRG Stadium in Houston. Who’s ready to bring the energy?