For the second straight year, Buzz Williams will join CBS and the Turner Sports Team as a studio analyst
It is now officially the offseason for Buzz Williams and the Virginia Tech basketball team following their First Found loss in the NCAA Tournament to the Wisconsin Badgers last Thursday.
Now that the Buzz Williams and his staff have nothing to do but go out and recruit, there is some spare time to be had as the Hokies pick up the pieces from their First Round defeat.
After game planning once for the Wisconsin Badgers, Buzz Williams will have another chance to breakdown their team, as well as 15 others, as he will serve as an analyst this upcoming weekend for the Sweet 16 and Elite 8 rounds of the NCAA Tournament for CBS and Turner Sports.
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This is the second consecutive year that Williams has served as a postseason analyst on the CBS family of networks, as he will join familiar faces Ernie Johnson, Brendan Haywood, and Seth Davis on the college basketball set.
Coach Williams has proven to be an invaluable guest on the set with the knowledge that he brings to the table, as well as some of his in-depth insight on the match-up problems that a number of the teams present to their opponents.
Catch Buzz on CBS, TNT, TBS, and TruTV this weekend as he and the rest of the college basketball studio team bring the latest pregame, halftime, and postgame coverage of all of the match-ups leading up to the Final Four.