March Madness is once again upon us, the NCAA Division 1 Men's Basketball Tournament has officially kicked off this week. All games of the NCAA tournament will be available through multiple platforms, including iOS, Android and Windows devices. It will be streamed online and on smartphone and mobile devices, including iPhone, iPad, Android, Windows Phone and Kindle, through March Madness app, which can be downloaded at Amazon App, Google Play, Apple App Store, Windows Phone Store.
The entire tournament can be watched online at NCAA.com/march-madness-live or March Madness app. All games broadcasted on CBS Sports will not require a login for the app, meaning those without a television subscription can watch the games for free.
As for other games, viewers would need to subscribe to any one of these television providers: AT&T U-verse, bright house, Charter, Cox, DirectTV, dish, optimum, sudden link, Time Warner Cable, Verizon FiOS and xfinity.
The NCAA men's basketball tournment schedule on NCAA.com offers live update of wins and losses from March 18 through April 6.
Here is the complete schedule of the third round on Saturday, March 22: (All Times PT)
St. Louis Billikens vs. Louisville Cardinals 11:40 a.m. CBS
Texas Longhorns vs. Michigan Wolverines 2:15 p.m. CBS
North Dakota State Bison vs. San Diego State Aztecs 3:10 p.m. TNT
Yale Bulldogs vs. Holy Cross Crusaders 4:00 p.m.
San Diego Toreros vs. Sam Houston State Bearkats 4:00 p.m.
Datyon Flyers vs. Syracuse Orange 4:10 p.m. TBS
Oregon Ducks vs. Wisconsin Badgers 4:45 p.m. CBS
Harvard Crimson vs. Michigan State Spartans 5:40 p.m. TNT
Texas A&M-CC Islanders vs. Pacific Tigers 6:00 p.m.
Connecticut Huskies vs. Villanova Wildcats 6:40 p.m. TBS