After starting with 68 teams two weeks ago, only four still play in the NCAA man's 2019 basketball tournament.
The Elite Eight was exciting. On Saturday, Texas Tech's No. 3 ranked 1 Gonzaga to secure the school's first trip to the Final Four, and Virginia No. 1 needed a miracle number to force overtime and pass Number 3 Purdue. On Sunday, No. 5 Auburn needed overtime to overthrow the No. 2 in Kentucky, and No. 2 of the state of Michigan stopped to turn off the No. 1 Duke.
Would you like to see the remaining four teams play this weekend? Here is your guide.
When will the March Madness Games take place?
Only three games remain in the tournament: the two Final Four semi-finals on Saturday, followed by the National Championship Game on Monday. Here is the remaining schedule:
Saturday, April 6
|No. 5 Auburn Vs. No. 1 Virginia||6:09 pm ET||CBS|
|No. 3 Texas Tech Vs. No. 2 Michigan State||20.49 ET||CBS|
Monday, April 8
|Auburn / Virginia Vs. Texas Tech / Michigan State||21 o'clock ET||CBS|
On which channels are the games running?
The remaining March Madness games will be shown on CBS. (Editor's note: CNET is a division of CBS.)
How can I watch for free?
Visit the March Madness Live NCAA website or use the March Madness Live app to watch games for free. And CBS games do not require pay-TV credentials, so you can stream them for free.
What other streaming options are there?
Line cutters can use ato watch March Madness. However, to see CBS's coverage, you must ensure . Some streaming services offer all four channels for March Madness, but others need to be combined to save money. While this can save money, it could be a challenge if you desperately change channels to find a potential buzzer-beater at the end of a tight game.
For more information on live TV streaming services:
- You Need a Fixed Internet Connection .
- You can watch any of them on TV as long as your Smart TV has the Internet service app. You can also watch TV with a media streamer on your TV, including Roku, Fire TV, and Chromecast.
- You can also access Android phones, tablets and PC browsers.
- You can sign up and quit anytime, no contract required.
- All offer free trial periods so you can sign up to view them and then cancel them.
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Streaming Services with CBS
DirecTV Now ($ 50)
DirecTV Low's cheapest package for $ 50 a month includes CBS. Click here to check the availability of local live channels in your area.
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More options for March Madness
CBS All Access ($ 6)
CBS All Access runs CBS stations in many areas of the country The Land (check the site to see if you're covered) for $ 6 a month.
OTA Antenna (Free)
Another option for watching games on CBS is to use an antenna to receive a free wireless TV. You can connect ato just about any TV, and solid antennas start at just $ 10.
Originally published on March 5th.
April 2 Update : Adds details for the Final Four games.