SAN JOSE (KRQE) - The No. 3 New Mexico Lobos are set to take on the No. 14 MontanaGrizzlies in the opening round of the NCAA tournament and KRQE'sgot all the action covered.
The vital statistics:
No. 3 New Mexico Lobos (29-4) vs. No. 14 Montana Grizzlies(22-9)
Thursday March 18 at 7:40 p.m. on KRQE-TV
In San Jose, California at the HP Pavilion
Before the tourney:
Gear up with for the big game with "Lobo Madness" on KRQE 13from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Thursday. The show will also bestreamed online.
We'll look back at the Lobos year with some fun stories and thenpreview the first round game with the Grizzlies.
If you can't get to a TV:
Sports Director Van Tate will provide in game updates from SanJose and the latest up to the minute news on the tournament.
Reporter Ian Schwartz will be embedded withmembers of Lobo nation to give you the 'fan experience' for the bigdance.
Also on KRQE.com are NCAA tournament brackets,latest team news and don't forget to send a cheer to the Lobos.
If you'd like to listen to the game:
770 AM KKOB will air the game as usual on the Lobo radionetwork. Scott Galetti and Scott Didrickson will be on the mic.
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