Tournament

Tournament restarts after weather delay

A weather warning was issued and play was suspended just before 4 p.m. Saturday at the Masters, sending golfers and patrons to shelter.

Heavy rain started falling shortly after 4 p.m. Saturday at Augusta National Golf Club in the first weather delay of the week.

The tournament was restarted around 5:15 p.m. with a finish projected between 7:30 and 8:45 p.m.

Justin Rose remained in front at 7-under par through seven holes of the third round.

Sunday’s forecast looks pretty good: There’s a 20% chance of rain through 1 p.m., according to the National Weather Service. Otherwise the forecast calls for mostly cloudy, then sunny, skies with a high near 81.

Masters scores, leaderboad

Leaders as of 4 pm weather delay Saturday. Or click here for the latest full Masters leaderboard.

Player

To par

Justin Rose

-7 (Thru 6)

Will Zalatoris

-6 (Thru 6)

Corey Connors

-5 (Thru 12)

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TV, streaming information Masters Tournament 2021

Just 140 days after Dustin Johnson slipped on the green jacket at Augusta National Golf Club in November, the Masters Tournament is back.

This will be the 85th edition of the famed event, though limited patrons will be allowed on-site.

But this is also a spectacular television event and ESPN and CBS will provide 18 hours of live coverage, which will also be simulcast on Masters.com and the official Masters app for all four tournament days, April 8-11.

For CBS, it’ll be the 66th consecutive year broadcasting the Masters. It’s the longest-running sporting event broadcast on one network. Jim Nantz is back for his 36th consecutive year covering the Masters and 34th as host.

Note: All times listed are ET.

Monday

TV

“On the Range”: Pregame at the Tournament Practice Facility, noon – 2 p.m., CBS Sports Network

STREAMING

“On the Range”: Pregame at the Tournament Practice Facility, noon –

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Most popular NCAA tournament basketball bracket picks

The NCAA tournament is approaching fast, but you still have until noon ET Friday to make your picks. More than 10 million Tournament Challenge basketball brackets have already been entered, and you know you don’t want miss out on the fun.

Whether you take two seconds to click “autofill” and lock in your picks or take advantage of our ESPN+ Bracket Predictor and Cheat Sheet, you’ll want to fill out a bracket here and join the madness!

To whet your appetite, check out these interesting notes about the most popular NCAA tournament bracket picks:

Who is picked to win it all?

The most popular team picked to win the national title remains No. 1 Gonzaga Bulldogs at more than 35%. While there has been some slight fluctuation in percentages,

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What needs to happen for Duke men’s basketball to make the NCAA tournament?

After losing at home to North Carolina 91-87, Duke’s record now stands at 7-7. A team that was ranked No. 9 in the AP’s preseason poll is on a trajectory to miss the NCAA tournament for the first time since 1995.

Can Mike Krzyzewski’s squad change that trajectory, even at this late date? Put it this way: The Blue Devils are at the point where earning an at-large bid will require either running the table the rest of the way or something very close to it.

Coach K’s team has just three games remaining on its schedule against opponents that appear more likely than not to reach the NCAA tourney: Virginia, Louisville and a rematch against the Tar Heels in

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