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NCAA College Basketball Description and History - College basketball most often refers to the American
basketball competitive governance structure established by the National Collegiate Athletic Association, or NCAA. By
the early 1950s, the NCAA had taken over as the dominant tournament and the NIT became a place for postseason
play for those teams that couldn't quite make the "Big Dance". It is still played at Madison Square Garden. The first
college games to be televised took place at Madison Square Garden in 1940. Pittsburgh defeated Fordham, 57 to 37,
and NYU beat Georgetown, 50 to 27. Since the advent of television, the popularity of college basketball has exploded.
March Madness is consistently one of the most watched events of the year and draws over 700,000 fans in person.