With the March Madness tournament coming to its end, we can expect the most action packed games to take place over the next few days. The Final Four begins Saturday afternoon and features two great matchups. First, South Carolina takes on Gonzaga at 6:09 p.m. ET.
That game is followed by Oregon and North Carolina at 8:39 p.m. ET.
Then, of course, the winners will face off next week in the NCAA Championship game.
If you haven’t gotten on the March Madness train yet, it’s not too late. These games are must-see.
And if you don’t have cable, never fear. With the rest of the matchups being broadcast by CBS, you can easily catch all the action minus the cable subscription.
How? Well, CBS is available for free over the air. That means you just need to make sure you have an antenna that works for your location. Once you have that, simply place it in the optimal location, plug it in, scan for channels, and you’re all set.
Tune into your local CBS affiliate, and you can watch all the action in uncompressed HD.
If for some reason an antenna won’t work for you (it probably will), you might have another option to watch the Final Four online—CBS All Access. CBS All Access is the CBS-owned streaming service that offers a live stream in most markets. Simply sign up for the free trial and use your Apple TV, Roku, or similar device to stream to your TV.
Don’t mind watching on your computer or mobile device? If not, then you can just go to the March Madness Live site or download the March Madness Live app and stream the games online for free. Unfortunately, March Madness live streams are not available on streaming players for your television.
Hope your brackets haven’t fallen apart yet.. enjoy the games!
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