March Madness is right around the corner! The NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament is one of the year’s biggest sporting events with 68 college teams battling it out over the next few weeks. Selection Sunday is this weekend and the tournament officially starts on Tuesday, March 13. Every game will be available on CBS, TruTV, TNT, and TBS — meaning you can tune into all of the action without paying for cable or satellite!
Not sure what you need to enjoy full access to the tournament as a cord cutter? Untangle.TV Hoops Edition is here to help.
In just a few easy steps, Untangle Hoops provides you with a unique cord cutting recommendation. This recommendation includes everything you need to watch the tournament as a cord cutter: an HDTV antenna, streaming service and device.
The first step is to tell the application your zip code, so it can suggest the best over-the-air antenna for your area. Then pick your favorite team, and share which streaming services and devices you already have. Untangle Hoops takes your information, analyzes it, and creates a college basketball package just for you.
It’s never been easier to enjoy March Madness as a cord cutter! Untangle Hoops gives you the simplest combination of cord cutting devices to watch all the tournament games.
And if you want to watch all the shows and channels you love without paying for cable or satellite, visit our full version of Untangle.TV.
Are you filling out a bracket? What upsets are you predicting? Who are you taking to the Final Four? Let us know!
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