Even though there won’t be an NCAA tournament this year, the CBS Sports Network cable channel will give us at least a taste of March Madness. Monday through April 6, it will air classic games from the Elite Eight, Final Four and national championship rounds.

All times Eastern. All games on CBS Sports Network.

Monday, March 30

7 p.m.: 1992 Elite Eight, Duke vs. Kentucky

Christian Laettner. That is all.

9 p.m.: 1998 Elite Eight, Kentucky vs. Duke

The Wildcats came back from a 17-point second-half deficit to exact revenge on the Blue Devils.

11 p.m.: 2014 Elite Eight, Kentucky vs. Michigan

Aaron Harrison’s three-pointer with 2.3 seconds left sent the Wildcats to the Final Four.

1 a.m.: 2015 Elite Eight, Kentucky vs. Notre Dame

One year later, Andrew Harrison was the hero at the foul line.

Tuesday, March 31

7 p.m.: 2019 Final Four, Texas Tech vs. Michigan State

The Red Raiders’ defense shut down another foe.

9 p.m.: 2019 Final Four, Auburn vs. Virginia

Kyle Guy’s three free throws with six-tenths of a second to play sent the Cavs to the final.

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

U-Va. won its first national title in overtime.

Wednesday, April 1

7 p.m.: 2015 Final Four, Wisconsin vs. Kentucky

The Wildcats’ first and only loss of the season came at the worst possible time.

9 p.m.: 2015 national championship game, Duke vs. Wisconsin

The young Blue Devils outscored the Badgers by 14 points over the final 13 minutes.

11 p.m.: 2001 Final Four, Duke vs. Maryland

Down 11 at halftime, the Blue Devils outscored the Terps by 22 in the second half.

Thursday, April 2

9 p.m.: 1998 Final Four, Kentucky vs. Stanford

An overtime classic featuring nine lead changes and 19 separate instances of a team holding a one-point lead.

Friday, April 3

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

Take away 17 turnovers and the Wildcats played a nearly perfect game.

11 p.m.: 1982 national championship game, North Carolina vs. Georgetown

Fred Brown, what are you doing?

Saturday, April 4

11 a.m.: 2016 national championship game, Villanova vs. North Carolina

Kris Jenkins beat the buzzer and the Wildcats won their second national title.

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

Arizona beat a No. 1 seed for the third time in four games.

3 p.m.: 2012 national championship game, Kentucky vs. Kansas

The Wildcats led wire-to-wire to win their first title in 14 years.

5 p.m.: 1988 national championship game, Kansas vs. Oklahoma

Danny and the Miracles upset the Sooners.

7 p.m.: 2003 national championship game, Syracuse vs. Kansas

The Orange jumped out to a big lead and held on for dear life. Hakim Warrick had the block of the century.

Sunday, April 5

2 p.m.: 2007 national championship game, Florida vs. Ohio State

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

Gordon Hayward, so close.

6 p.m.: 2015 national championship game, Duke vs. Wisconsin

The young Blue Devils outscored the Badgers by 14 points over the final 13 minutes.

9 p.m.: 1983 national championship game, North Carolina State vs. Houston

Lorenzo Charles cleaned up Dereck Whittenburg’s air ball, and the Wolfpack became the first team with at least 10 losses to win the national title.

Monday, April 6

7 p.m.: 2019 Final Four, Auburn vs. Virginia

Kyle Guy’s three free throws with six-tenths of a second to play sent the Cavs to the final.

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

U-Va. won its first national title in overtime.

11 p.m.: 2019 Final Four, Texas Tech vs. Michigan State

The Red Raiders’ defense shut down another foe.

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