How to watch March Madness online, radio and more: First Four wraps up Wednesday

Howard Smith-USA TODAY Sports

The final spots in the round of 64 will be filled by the winners of two games in Dayton. Here's how you can watch it all play out.

The round of 64 is almost set and the marathon of NCAA Tournament games is almost here. But first, the final four spots need to be filled in the traditional bracket. On Wednesday, the final two games of the First Four round will play out in Dayton, Ohio.

In the first game, the James Madison Dukes and LIU-Brooklyn Blackbirds get things started at 6:40 p.m. ET with the winner advancing to take on Indiana on Friday. James Madison (20-14, 11-7 CAA) won the CAA Tournament in what amounted to a down year for the usually dangerous mid-major conference. LIU-Brooklyn (20-13, 13-6 NEC) won the Northeast Conference Tournament.

Following that game at approximately 9:10 p.m. ET, the Boise St. Broncos and La Salle Explorers play in the final game of the First Four. The winner of their game will face Kansas St. as a 13 seed in the West. Boise St. (21-10, 9-7 MWC) is the fifth team selected from the Mountain West while La Salle (21-9, 11-5) is the fifth team from the Atlantic 10.

And just like Tuesday, you can catch all the action on TruTV. But if you're not around your TV, don't worry. You can still watch online or listen to both games on the radio.

Radio: SiriusXM 91

Online: March Madness Live

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