CBS & Turner Broadcasting are using the same (but effective) graphics package for this year's NCAA Tournament as they did in 2011, with a small addition of noting when teams are in the bonus or double-bonus with fouls. That having been said, the format and amount of information displayed onscreen during March Madness has changed enormously over the past 30 years. Here, then, is how the visual representation of the NCAA Tournament has evolved in the last three decades.

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1998 was the first year CBS included a constant box score on the bottom of the screen, four years after Fox debuted the FOXBOX for their football coverage.

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