Watch Live: NCAA Basketball ‘Sweet Sixteen’ Free Online Video and Replays as March Madness Continues

Watch Live: NCAA Basketball ‘Sweet Sixteen’ Free Online Video and Replays as March Madness ContinuesAfter a few days off, the 16 remaining teams in the NCAA Men’s basketball tournament of March Madness meet up on Thursday and Friday this week. CBS and TBS will each air 4 of the 8 games on TV. But viewers can watch all of the NCAA basketball games in the sweet-sixteen online via free live video stream, plus replay video for any games missed.

The free online video stream is available through the NCAA March Madness Live web site and downloadable app for mobile devices. We’ll look at schedules, channels, and how to watch the games either online, or on television below.

Here’s how to watch NCAA Basketball ‘Sweet-Sixteen’ Online – Free Live and Replay Video Stream

To stream the games to mobile devices, including tablets and smart phones, simply download the NCAA March Madness Live app, or for Laptop and computer users, its as easy as going online to the NCAA March Madness Live web.

Either way, simply click on the icon for the game you want to watch (either live or a replay). After you select your cable/satellite provider your video stream of the ‘sweet-sixteen’ game will begin.

For those watching the NCAA tournament on television, here is the schedule and channel line-up for the games on Thursday and Friday.

On Thursday March 27, Dayton-Stanford get the sweet-sixteen started with their game at 7:15PM eastern on CBS. The double header on the network continues at 9:45PM with the still #1 ranked Florida Gators vs. UCLA.

On TBS, viewers can watch Baylor-Wisconsin with tip-off at 7:47PM, followed by Arizona vs. San Diego State at 10:17PM.

On Friday March 28, CBS will air Tennessee-Michigan at 7:15pm and then Kentucky-Louisville at 9:45. TBS lets fans watch UConn-Iowa State at 7:27pm, followed up with Michigan State vs. Virginia.

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