Back in the not-so-good old days, only one channel had the NCAA Tournament and it was tough to see all the games. Now, thanks to technology, everyone has a way to get their March Madness fix.
In addition to every game being televised live on CBS, TNT, TBS and TruTV, the 2014 NCAA Tournament will have every game streamed online via March Madness Live. There is no subscription or login info required to watch the games on the computer. In addition to the online stream, there is also the March Madness Live application for smartphone devices. Fans can download the app now in the App Store, Windows Store, Google Play and elsewhere.
The Big Dance will be available on the radio, with ESPN Radio and Westwood One carrying every game. Sirius XM Radio will also broadcast all of the action live. And, as always, each team's regional flagship station and its affiliates will cover the local game. Check local listings for the station in your neck of the woods.
There are two games on Wednesday night. The first will pit two 16 seeds, Cal Poly and Texas Southern, against each other at 6:40 p.m. ET. The nightcap will bring us two 11 seeds, Iowa and Tennessee, squaring off, with the winner moving on to face UMass in the second round.