March Madness is in full swing, with the Sweet Sixteen games on their way, if you don't want to miss a second of the action here's what you're going to need:
What's the Bracket look like?
There are lots of live brackets out there to keep an eye on the scoreboard, our personal favorite is the CBS hosted Tournament bracket.
When Are The Games?
The NCAA website has the complete Schedule of what channels the games will be on and the exact time they start.
Where do I watch?
If you're using cable/satellite...
CBS, truTV, TBS, and TNT all have the games. It's not actually too hard to figure out which channel they'll be available on. But, if you do have a cable/satellite login the best way to watch might be to use a cable provider login to get the NCAA live app and use an alternative platform which will allow you unlimited streaming of March Madness all in one place, instead of bouncing around everywhere trying to find the games.
If you're not...
The NCAA March Madness live app gives you access to watch the games but without a cable subscription some games may not be accessible. The app is universally the same name across all platforms, which makes it fairly easy to find no matter what device you're on. Some of streaming devices such as the Apple TV gen 4, actually let you watch two games at once.
- App for Android
- App for Chromecast
- App for Amazon Fire TV
- App for Roku
- App for iOS
- Apple TV: Look for “NCAA March Madness Live” in the tvOS App Store
We hope you're ready! Make sure that your cable box or streaming device is well out of the way, from pets, kids, and god forbid a spilled drink... Cords and wires don't belong in your setup on Any game day. Whether you're using a cable or satellite box, Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire, Android device, or game console. HIDEit away and make sure when you're watching players get nothing but net, you're seeing nothing but the TV screen.