After an exciting 2 days, the final 8 teams, known as the “elite eight” meet Saturday and Sunday to see who will make it to the next round of the NCAA Basketball tournament. Both games Saturday evening air live on TBS, while the two games of March Madness on Sunday will air on CBS.
All four games of the elite-eight however will air live online for those who want to watch on their mobile devices or smart phones – or even stream the live video of the NCCAA directly to a television. Missed a game? No problem, you can also stream a replay video of any game from the NCAA tournament online.
Here’s how to watch NCAA Basketball Tournament Online – Free Live and Replay Video Stream
A single website, and downloadable app, from the NCAA is specifically designed to provide complete live and replay coverage of March Madness and the entire NCAA basketball tournament – allowing fans watch the games like the “elite eight” online.
Laptop and computer users can go directly to the NCAA March Madness Live web site and select the live or replay video streams, while those watching the NCAA basketball online by streaming to smart phones, tablets and other mobile devices, can download the free app to get the same free live video stream of every game.
The free app is compatible with both the android operating system of tablets and devices, and the apple iOS for users of ipads and iphones.
Here is a look as the time and places to watch the final 8 teams battle it out in this final weekend of March Madness – the elite eight:
Saturday, 3/29 – watch Florida vs. Dayton at 6:00pm on TBS or online
Saturday. 3/29 – watch Arizona vs. Wisconsin at 8:45pm on TBS or online
Sunday, 3/30 – watch UConn vs. Michigan State at 2:20 on CBS or online
Sunday, 3/30 – watch Michigan vs. Kentucky at 5:05 on CBS or online