Watch NCAA Tournament online with March Madness live

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The NCAA Tournament keeps trucking along with the final second round games on Friday. Here's where you can watch online.

The most exciting weekend of the sports year continues on Friday with the 2013 NCAA Tournament. You can catch all the action on CBS, TBS, TNT and truTV, but if you happen to be away from a TV, there are plenty of options to view the games online.

The NCAA is live streaming every game on its official website here. Simply log in and confirm your television provider to get every single game. If you don't have a cable or satellite subscription, the NCAA is offering the first four hours for free on the cable networks. You can still watch the games broadcast on CBS without it counting against the four hour window.

There are plenty of mobile options for viewing the game as well. The March Madness Live App is available in both the iTunes Store and on Google Play for Android devices.

Friday's action starts at 9:15 A.M. ET when Duke takes on Albany. Don't miss a single moment.

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