Selection Sunday 2014 live stream: How to watch NCAA Selection Show online

Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports

Fans unable to be in front of a TV on Sunday will be able to stream it live on their computer or mobile device.

After spending countless hours in the gym, 68 teams will be selected for the 2014 NCAA Tournament on Sunday evening.

The field of 68 will be unveiled on CBS' Selection Sunday show at 6 p.m. ET. For those of you who are not able to be in front of a television on Sunday, CBS has decided to stream the bracket unveiling live on its website via March Madness Live. Fans can also watch the bracket release on the March Madness Live app, which is available for Apple, Android and Windows devices.

It was a wild year in college basketball, thanks in part to a couple of terrific seniors going out with a bang and emerging freshmen lighting up the highlight reels on a nightly basis. Florida ended the regular season with a 23-game winning streak and the top spot in the top-25. Arizona spent a school-record eight consecutive weeks atop the polls. And don't forget Wichita State, which finished the season with a perfect 34-0 mark after winning the Missouri Valley Conference Tournament last week.

Look for Arizona, Florida and Wichita State to claim three of the four No. 1 seeds. The wildcard in all of this comes with the fourth No. 1 seed, which appears to be up for grabs with a handful of teams in the running.

Start time: 6 p.m. ET

Where to stream: CBS Sports via March Madness Live

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