Join Bullz-Eye tonight for their Ohio State vs. Michigan Twitter Party

Michigan Wolverines head coach John Beilein yells to his players during the first half of their Big Ten men’s NCAA basketball tournament quarterfinal game against the Illinois Illini in Indianapolis March 11, 2011. REUTERS/Brent Smith (UNITED STATES – Tags: SPORT BASKETBALL)

Want to talk college hoops while also having an opportunity to win some cool prizes? Then join tonight as they team up with Infiniti and The Bachelor Guy to host a Twitter party during the Ohio State-Michigan game at 9:00PM ET!

Infiniti is a proud corporate partner of NCAA Men’s Basketball and as part of their partnership they are hosting the Infiniti Coaches’ Charity Challenge. How you can enter to win prizes is by voting in the Infiniti Coaches’ Challenge and after casting your vote, tweet who you voted for @InfinitiNews while including the hastag #CoachesCharity.

Four winners will receive a $50 Via Gift Card and an Infiniti Branded Basketball, while one lucky winner will win a grand prize of a $100 Visa Gift Card and an Infiniti Branded Basketball.

So stop by the party tonight on Twitter @bullzeyedotcom and talk a little hoops, cast your vote for a great cause, and possibly win some prizes!

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Green Day single to be debuted Monday night on NCAA championship telecast

Film and TV have become the new radio for debuting music, and now the major labels are using big events as a vehicle to showcase some of their top talent. Tomorrow night to kick off CBS’ broadcast of the NCAA men’s basketball championship, Warner Bros. will debut the new single, “Know Your Enemy,” from powerhouse rock band Green Day’s forthcoming album, 21st Century Breakdown.

90 seconds of the lead single, in its television world premiere, will serve as the backing music to the show’s intro featuring video of contestants Michigan State and North Carolina, who will then square off in the title game in Detroit. 21st Century Breakdown is due out May 15, and Green Day is planning a world tour immediately following in support of it.

For CBS, this is their 28th straight season broadcasting the Final Four. After that, the network will turn its attention to golf next weekend, when The Masters kicks off Thursday in Augusta, Georgia.

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