NCAA Tournament 2013 streaming: How to watch online, radio and more

J. Meric

There are plenty of options for watching the NCAA Tournament this year that don't involve turning on a TV.

The NCAA Tournament kicks off the second round on Thursday with 16 second-round games. 32 games packed into just two days makes for one of the most exciting sports periods of the year, and even if you're stuck at an office on Friday, there are plenty of viewing options at your disposal.

As usual, every single game will be broadcast on CBS, TNT, TBS or TruTV. But if you're nowhere near a television, there's no worries. The NCAA has always been ahead of the curve when it comes to online streaming of March Madness, and this year promises to be no different.

There are several online viewing options this season:

--The March Madness Live page on the NCAA's official website

--The March Madness app on iTunes, offering live streaming on the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch

--The Google Play app, available for Android phones and tablets

If you prefer to listen to the tournament the old-fashioned way, every game will be on Sirius XM Radio.

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