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 LAS VEGAS (AP) -Bob Knight, the winningest coach in Division I history, and former CBS sportscaster Billy Packer plan to analyze the NCAA men's basketball tournament in a series of one-hour television programs taped at a race and sports book on the Las Vegas Strip.
Packer told reporters on Monday that the show wouldn't mention gambling even though it is to be filmed at the race and sports book at the Wynn Las Vegas.
Packer says he wanted the shows to be part of the experience of watching games in Las Vegas, which he says ranks second to watching games from courtside.
The programs are expected to begin March 15 and air on Fox Sports Net.
Packer left CBS after last season following 27 years as the network's lead college basketball analyst.

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