NCAA Tournament Game Times: South Dakota State Plays Baylor On TruTV

The South Dakota State Jackrabbits were given a No. 14 seed in the 2012 NCAA Tournament, meaning a matchup with the fourth-seeded Baylor Bears will take place on Thursday. The March Madness game times weren't initially released with the bracket, but that changed late Sunday night.

The Jackrabbits will play the Bears in Albuquerque at 7:27 p.m. Eastern Time on Thursday night, according to a press release from Turner Sports. The game will be televised on TruTV and Spero Dedes, Bob Wenzel and Jamie Maggio will have the announcing and play-by-play duties.

It's certainly worth tuning in to watch St. Cloud, Minn., native Nate Wolters and the rest of the Jackrabbits work for the upset, especially since CBS Sports analyst Seth Davis has already predicted an upset.

The biggest name predicting an upset this early is CBS analyst Seth Davis, and considering he did it during the Selection Sunday show, the Baylor coach Scott Drew took notice.

For more on the Jackrabbits, visit our team page. For more coverage of South Dakota State in the 2012 NCAA Tournament, visit SB Nation Minnesota's StoryStream. Here's the full 2012 NCAA bracket.

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