Though America won't officially recognize March Madness as a national holiday, that doesn't stop workers across the nation from trying to tune-in and catch NCAA Tournament games online at their desk throughout the first round. With 16 games set to take place throughout the day on Thursday, productivity figures to be at an all-time low. The NCAA is playing the role of enabler throughout the NCAA Tournament as March Madness On Demand makes its return. Yes, you can watch every game online in glorious HD with the click of a button ... for free.
The viewing options for the college basketball-gasm over the next two days are aplenty. CBS, TNT, TBS and truTV have the broadcasting duties on the television side while MMOD has the online side of things. MMOD is a boss' worst nightmare and a worker's best friend so get acquainted with it early and use it often during the NCAA Tournament.
Looking to decrease productivity even more? We can help with that. Head over to our NCAA Tournament hub for more on March Madness. Grab a printable bracket and keep track of all the action. Check out our 2011 NCAA Tournament bracket predictions while you're at it for those last-minute bracket adjustments. Finally, peruse our East, West, Southeast and Southwest region previews and capsules. Most importantly, settle in and enjoy the college basketball high that comes with March Madness.