After weeks of March Madness action, the Final Four is here! This year the tournament lived up to every second of anticipated excitement, from major upsets to countless nail biters. Brackets have been busted, and records have been made because “Anything can happen in March!”
For the first time ever, Auburn and Texas Tech are making an appearance at the Final Four. This is Virginia’s first appearance in the Final Four since 1984. And Michigan State is the only team in the Final Four to have won a National Championship. Who do you think will come out on top?
Luckily for cord cutters, both Final Four games and the Championship game will be broadcast on CBS. So, all you need is an over-the-air TV antenna to watch the final games of the tourney completely for FREE. Not sure which antenna you need? Use Mohu’s zip code tool to find out which model will work best in your area.
Another plus of tuning into the games with an antenna is a higher picture quality than cable or satellite. No need to worry about buffering or internet slowdowns either!
Because the Final Four and Championship game are being shown on CBS, you can still stream the games — you will just need to make sure you live in an area where live TV is available (and pay a monthly fee for a channel you *could* get for free with an antenna). Sling TV, Hulu with Live TV, and YouTube TV are a few of the streaming services to check out. The NCAA also has a livestream available if you want to watch online.
How will you be tuning into the final games of 2019 March Madness? Who are your top picks? Let us know!
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