It’s the second week of March Madness and the Sweet 16 is well underway. Top seed Villanova, No. 2 seed Duke and No. 2 Louisville didn’t make it out of the first weekend, which resulted in a few surprising changes to the bracket. As longtime fans know, what you’ve achieved in the past doesn’t matter all that much when the games are one-and-done.
Don’t miss any of the action this weekend. The games are too good to rely on dead-end links or bad (illegal) streaming sites. Instead, try out these legit streaming services, for high-quality, glitch-free viewing. The best part: all of these providers are offering free trials, just in time for the Sweet 16.
Live Coverage: For the Turner channels (TNT, TBS, truTV), you can get Sling TV for $25 a month, after a 7 day free trial. A Sling Blue TV subscription gives users access to TNT, TBS and truTV which are all broadcasting tournament games.
CBS will air both the Final Four and the National Championship this year. The best way to watch the final games is to sign up for CBS “All Access” or via the NCAA March Madness Live app (provides 3 hours free).
College Basketball Tournament Schedule 2017
- Round One – CBS, TBS, TNT, or TruTV (March 16-17)
- Round Two – CBS, TBS, or TNT (March 18-19)
- Round Three – CBS, TBS, TNT, or TruTV (March 23-24)
- Sweet Sixteen – CBS or TBS (March 23-24)
- Elite Eight – CBS or TBS (March 25-26)
- Final Four – CBS (April 1)
- Championship – CBS (April 3)
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