If things hadn’t gone completely haywire over the past couple of weeks, we would be hearing this song over and over and over again right about now and wouldn’t have minded it one bit:

The NCAA tournament isn’t happening this year because of the novel coronavirus outbreak, but CBS will give everyone a March Madness fix over the next two weekends by televising classic NCAA tournament games in their entirety. Here’s the schedule (all times Eastern):

Sunday, March 22

Noon: 2008 national championship game, Kansas vs. Memphis

2 p.m.: 2019 national championship game, Virginia vs. Texas Tech

4 p.m.: 2016 national championship game, Villanova vs. North Carolina

Sunday, March 29

1 p.m.: 1985 national championship game, Villanova vs. Georgetown

3 p.m.: 1997 national championship game, Arizona vs. Kentucky

5 p.m.: 2010 national championship game, Duke vs. Butler

The CBS Sports Network also will air a number of NCAA tournament classics starting Sunday with Maryland Baltimore County’s shocking upset of top-seeded Virginia in 2018: