How to watch 2013 Big 12 Tournament online, TV, radio and more


Hoops fans across the country will be able to watch every minute of the Big 12 Tournament this year.

The Big 12 Tournament is set to hit the Sprint Center in Kansas City this week. All of the action is scheduled to begin on March 13 and run through March 16.

The Kansas Jayhawks enter as the favorites to cut down the nets. This being said, Kansas State and Oklahoma State have the talent to sneak up and upset KU. Do not discount Oklahoma, Iowa State or Baylor, either. These are three teams considered to be on the bubble for the NCAA Tournament, and a strong or poor showing could be the difference between the NCAAs and the NIT.

All 10 teams from the conference will be represented in Kansas City. The first round will feature teams seeded 7-10, while the top six seeds get a bye. The full bracket can be found here.

TV: The Big 12 Tournament will be televised in its entirety through the ESPN and Big 12 Networks. The first round games will be on the Big 12 Network, as will the two primetime quarterfinals games beginning at 7 p.m. ET. The two afternoon quarterfinals matchups will be on ESPN2. The TV coverage for the semifinals is TBA, with either the Big 12 Network or ESPNU handling the coverage. The championship game will be on ESPN at 6 p.m. on Saturday evening.

Online Stream: Fans can find all of the action from Kansas City streamed live through ESPN3/WatchESPN.

Radio: There is no national radio coverage, although each team will have their local representatives calling the action. ESPN Radio will call the championship game.

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