How to Watch March Madness?- Live Stream every game, Schedule, Game Time, TV
The time is here again! It is March and the madness is here. We all know that millions of people will be calling off work, requesting off work, watching games at work. Well we all know why? It is March Madness and for exactly a few weeks, all sports will be focused on March Madness and College Basketball.
The First round starts on March 16th and 17th. Four Major networks will showing all the games during the tournament: TBS, TNT, CBS, and truTV. You can also watch all the games on your mobile devices via the NCAA March Madness Live App. Where you can download it for your iPhones, and Android devices.
- truTV will be covering a total of 13 games including the First and Second Round games.
- TNT will be covering a total of 12 games which will include First and Second Round games.
- TBS will be covering a total of 18 games which will include First, Second Round games, Sweet 16 and Elite 8.
- CBS will cover a total of 24 games which will include First and Second round games, Sweet 16, Elite 8, Final Four and also the National Championship game.
- You will also be able to stream all the games FREE live online on the NCAA March Madness Live website and also you can stream it live on your mobile devices. You can download the App in the app store and the Play store.
March Madness Live App
You can stream all the games live for FREE. All you need to do is download the app via the app store or the Play store for Android. Again all games are FREE so make sure that you don't miss a single minute of the March Madness action.
- 12:40 PM Virginia-UNC Wilmington
- 3:10 PM Florida-E. Tennessee St.
- 7:27 PM Purdue-Vermont
- 9:57 PM Iowa State-Nevada
- 12:40 PM Baylor-New Mexico St.
- 3:10 PM SMU-TBD
- 7:27 PM Cincinnati-TBD
- 9:57 PMUCLA-Kent State
- 1:30 PM Butler-Winthrop
- 4:00 PM Minnesota-M. Tennessee. St.
- 6:50 PM Maryland-Xavier
- 9:20 PM FSU-Florida Gulf Coast
- 1:30 PM Arkansas-Seton Hall
- 4:00 PM North Carolina-Tex. Southern
- 6:50 PM Kansas-TBD
- 9:20 PM Miami-Michigan State
TNT will also broadcast 4 games of the Second Round 2 games on Saturday and 2 games on Sunday.
TBS March Madness TV Schedule
- 2:00 PM Gonzaga-S. Dakota St.
- 4:30 PM Northwestern-Vanderbilt
- 7:20 PM St. Mary’s-VCU
- 9:50 PM Arizona-North Dakota
- 2:00 PM Oregon-Iona
- 4:30 PM Creighton-Rhode Island
- 7:20 PM Duke-Troy
- 9:50 PM South Carolina-Marquette
TBS will also broadcast 4 games of the Second Round 2 on Saturday March 18th and 2 games on Sunday March 19th.
TBS will also feature 4 Sweet 16 games on March 23th and March 24th, and also 2 Elite 8th games on Saturday March 25th.
CBS March Madness TV Schedule
- 12:15 PM Notre Dame-Princeton
- 2:45 PM West Virginia-Bucknell
- 7:10 PM Villanova-TBD
- 9:40 PM Wisconsin-Virginia Tech
- 12:15 PM Michigan-Oklahoma State
- 2:45 PM Louisville-Jacksonville St.
- 7:10 PM Dayton-Wichita State
- 9:40 PM Kentucky-No. Kentucky
CBS will be also broadcasting a total of 7 games in the Second Round of which 4 of them will be played on Saturday March 18th and 3 games on Sunday March 18th.
CBS will also feature 4 games for the Sweet 16th round and also 2 Elite 8 games and also the Final Four and of course the National Championship that will be played on Monday April 3rd.
Which is your favorite of all the Networks?
Well if you let's say you don't really care about the games and don't have the time to watch all of the games and you just simply are there just to follow them, you can do so online. All the major social media platforms will be following live all the action. You can use probably the most famous platform for live sports to follow Twitter @MarchMadnessTV. You can also follow and like the NCAA page on Facebook to follow all the live action. Snapchat will also be involved and people around the nation will have the ability to share all the excitement as it happens.