West Virginia head coach Bob Huggins will join Turner Sports and CBS Sports as a guest studio analyst for the 2022 NCAA Tournament. Huggins will be on television on March 19 and 20, giving his thoughts on the first-round matchups of the tournament in Atlanta.
West Virginia University Head Coach Bob Huggins and 15-year head coaching veteran Frank Martin to join NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship coverage as guest studio analysts
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Huggins’ long-time friend Frank Martin will also serve as an analyst. Martin assisted under Huggins at Cincinnati and Kansas State before coaching at KSU and most recently South Carolina.
Huggins and Martin will join the Atlanta studio team with host Nabil Karim and analysts Candace Parker, Seth Davis and Rex Chapman.