The NCAA Tournament is here — prepare for a month full of buzzer-beaters, rim-rattling dunks and "one shining moment" montages. You certainly don't want to miss any of the action when play kicks off Thursday in the Round of 64.
How to watch the 2017 NCAA Tournament
The NCAA Tournament will be broadcast on multiple TV channels. Here's the schedule:
First round (Round of 64): CBS, TBS, TNT, truTV
Second Round (Round of 32): CBS, TBS, TNT, truTV
Regional Semifinals (Sweet 16): CBS, TBS
Regional Finals (Elite 8): CBS, TBS
National Semifinals (Final Four): CBS
National Championship: CBS
For a complete, game-by-game listing of each TV channel, follow this link.
Every game throughout the NCAA Tournament is streamed online at March Madness Live.
The NCAA March Madness Live app will also have each and every game streamed live, along with stats and other information.
Can't get enough March Madness? We've got you covered:
Download a full bracket here: NCAA Tournament Bracket: No Surprise No. 1 Seeds, ACC Lands Nine
Check out these links as you fill out your bracket and prepare for the tournament:
- Championship Odds for all 68 NCAA Tournament Teams
- March Madness 2017: Best Dunkers in the NCAA Tournament
- NCAA Tournament: Scariest Potential Matchup for Each No. 1 Seed
- The HERO Sports Podcast: Bracket Breakdown and Predictions
- NCAA Tournament: So Many Great 3-Point Shooters In East Region
- 2017 NCAA Tournament Teams vs. Other Tournament Teams This Season
- Ultimate Guide to Filling Out Your NCAA Tournament Bracket
- Will the World Ever See a Perfect NCAA Tournament Bracket?
- 2017 March Madness: How to Identify Possible First Round Upsets