The Harvard men's basketball team opens the season at home against MIT Nov. 9 (Gil Talbot).
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- The Harvard men's basketball team will make four appearances on the NBC Sports Network during the 2012-13 season as part of the Ivy League's contract with the NBC Sports Group and will also make an appearance on CBS Sports.
The Crimson will have at least 12 nationally televised games overall, beginning with its contest at Massachusetts Nov. 13, which will be aired live on ESPN as part of the Tip-Off Marathon.
Harvard's Television Schedule:
Nov. 13 at Massachusetts (ESPN) - Tip-Off Marathon
Dec. 4 at Boston College (ESPN3)
Dec. 7 at Connecticut (SNY)
Dec. 29 at California (Pac-12 Networks)
Dec. 31 at St. Mary's (ESPN2)
Jan. 19 at Memphis (FSN)
Jan. 26 vs. Dartmouth (NBC Sports)
Feb. 16 vs. Princeton (NBC Sports)
Feb. 23 at Yale (CBS Sports)
March 1 at Princeton (ESPNU)
March 2 at Penn (NBC Sports)
March 9 vs. Cornell (NBC Sports)
Ivy League men's basketball will have an 11-game television package that includes 10 games on the NBC Sports Network and one on the CBS Sports Network and features all eight schools.
The 11-game Ivy League package comes on the heels of the Ivy League and the NBC Sports Group announcing a two-year renewal of their national television rights agreement for football, men's basketball and men's lacrosse games in June. For the 2012 football season, the League boasts eight nationally-televised games with seven on the NBC Sports Network and one on the CBS Sports Network.