How Can You Watch the NCAA Tournament?
March Madness is now officially underway! The first two First Four games were played last night, and the last two First Four games are on tonight. Both games will be on truTV. Four networks will be showing every single game of the tournament. Those networks are truTV, CBS, TNT, and TBS. But what about cord cutters? What options do you have if you don’t have cable?! Have no fear, we have options here! Multiple streaming services are offering ways to watch the Tournament. Sling TV, DirecTV Stream, FuboTV, AND YouTube TV offer ways to watch the Madness. There are also discounts for new users! Of course, you can always go to your favorite sports bar to watch all the games.
Fortunately for sports fans, there’s plenty of ways to watch the NCAA Tournament. The bigger question is what games are you going to focus on? Want to see how Duke performs without Coach K? How about catching Penn State and Texas A&M, arguably the best game of the first round? Or maybe you want to see a 15 or 16 seed start a dream Cinderella run, that we seem to see every year? It’s a great week to be a sports fan, and we should soak it all in this weekend and the rest of the month!