Watch NCAA Tournament online with March Madness live

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Don't miss the Sweet 16 action this weekend. Use March Madness Live to catch every game online.

The 2013 NCAA Tournament continues with the second weekend. The Sweet 16 wraps up on Friday, and the Elite Eight runs on Saturday and Sunday. We are only a few days away from determining this year's Final Four teams.

Naturally, sports fans don't want to miss a minute of the action, and every game will be broadcast on both CBS and TBS. But if you're not anywhere close to a TV, the NCAA has you covered.

As usual, the tournament will be streamed online at March Madness Live. Just log in and confirm your television provider to get access to every game. If you don't have a cable or satellite subscription, you can still watch the games broadcast on CBS, but not on any of the cable networks.

For mobile users, the NCAA has you covered as well. The March Madness Live App is available for download on the iTunes Store for Apple devices, and on Google Play for Android users.

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