March Madness has flooded the courts. Below are the dates, games and networks.
NCAA March Madness can be watched online, and on your phone, for free. If you have a cable provider, the games are free. If you don’t, then you get a four hour pass. Any game on CBS does not count against the four hour time limit.
These are Friday’s games.
Albany vs. Duke in Philadelphia, 12:15 (CBS)
Mississippi vs. Wisconsin in Kansas City, Mo., 12:40 (truTV)
Temple vs. North Carolina State in Dayton, Ohio, 1:40 (TBS)
Pacific vs. Miami (Fla.) in Austin, 2:10 (TNT)
Cincinnati vs. Creighton in Philadelphia, 2:45 (CBS)
Boise State/La Salle vs. Kansas State in Kansas City, Mo., 3:10 (truTV)
LIU-Brooklyn/James Madison vs Indiana in Dayton, Ohio, 4:10 (TBS)
Colorado vs. Illinois in Austin, 4:40 (TNT)
Florida Gulf Coast vs. Georgetown in Philadelphia, 6:50 (TBS)
Iona vs. Ohio State in Dayton, Ohio, 7:15 (CBS)
Villanova vs. North Carolina in Kansas City, Mo., 7:20 (TNT)
Northwestern State vs. Florida in Austin, 7:27 (truTV)
Oklahoma vs. San Diego State in Philadelphia, 9:20 (TBS)
Iowa State vs. Notre Dame in Dayton, Ohio, 9:45 (CBS)
Western Kentucky vs. Kansas in Kansas City, Mo., 9:50 (TNT)
Minnesota vs. UCLA in Austin, 9:57 (truTV)
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