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NCAA Championships covers some of the most impressive sporting events at the collegiate level. Fans from all over the country will want to tune in to see what they can catch through these reports. Some fans will want to learn more about whether they can actually get special reports on their favorite teams as well.

Part of the appeal of the NCAA Championships is that they showcase some of the top talent in the league. This could help recruiters from majors scope out talent and understand more about what they have to offer. But it could also help devoted fans stay in the loop on these developments as they occur as well.

Things really heat up when tournament season arrives, which is big for NCAA Championships. This provider will be showcasing all of the specialized coverage people need to follow when it comes time to learn more about these NCAA championships. Fans will want to watch history in the making, particularly if their favorite team is going to be on display.

1 Season, 5 Episodes
March 22, 2010
NCAA Championships

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  • Winners of a combined 18 NCAA Championships, the UCLA Bruins and the Arizona Wildcats square off in the finals for the sixth time in the history of the Women's College Softball World Series. The Bruins have been undefeated heading into the WCWS Championship series 11 times, winning the title on seven occasions in 1982, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1999 and 2004. UCLA's last appearance in the final was in the initial WCWS Championship Series in 2005, losing to Michigan in three games.

  • Boston College will face Wisconsin for the NCAA hockey title in a rematch of the 2006 final won by the Badgers. Wisconsin is led by Hobey Baker finalist and Detroit first-round pick Brendan Smith who has 15 goals on the season. The four seniors who will dress for Boston College come in with an impressive 100 career wins, a 24-2 playoff-game record and a 1-1 mark in national title games in their four years playing at the Chestnut Hill campus.

  • After two days of hundreds of matches, it all comes down to ten title bouts at the 2010 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships at Qwest Center in Omaha. A dozen wrestling programs are represented in the finals such as Iowa, Iowa State, Cornell, Minnesota, Ohio State, Harvard, Cal Poly, Penn State, Boise State, Missouri, Nebraska and Oklahoma State. The first NCAA wrestling championships took place at Iowa State back in 1928.

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VIDEO: Did The Fray Give the Worst National Anthem Performance Ever?

The Fray, the band best known for their hit song and "Grey's Anatomy" anthem "How to Save a Life," sang "The Star-Spangled Banner" at the championship game for NCAA men's basketball. Well, "sang" might be a generous way of putting it. Was it the worst National Anthem performance ever? Watch the video and decide.