And here we go again.
After a crazy first weekend, the NCAA men’s basketball tournament has a lot to live up to for its next round, the Sweet 16.
But something tells us we’re going to see even more great action. So here’s how you can check out Thursday’s battle between eighth-seeded Arkansas and fourth-seeded Connecticut.
How to stream Arkansas vs. UConn in NCAA March Madness
Time: 7:15 p.m.
Location: T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas
Quick hit: Arkansas pulled off one of the second round’s biggest wins on Saturday by knocking off the defending NCAA champ, Kansas, 72-71. The Razorbacks (22-13) downed Illinois 73-63 in the first round. UConn handily defeated Saint Mary’s 70-55 behind a stifling defense that didn’t allow any Gaels player to score in double figures. The Huskies (27-8) crushed Iona 87-63 in the first round.
Which channel: CBS
Where to stream: CBS Sports (online), Paramount+,(Opens in a new tab) NCAA March Madness app, Sling TV(Opens in a new tab), YouTubeTV(Opens in a new tab)
Where to listen: SiriusXM (Opens in a new tab)(Channel 202); Westwood One skill on Alexa(Opens in a new tab); WestwoodOne.com(Opens in a new tab)
Sling has half off the first month
Sling TV(Opens in a new tab) is currently offering a deal for half off the first month as March Madness begins. Users can get the service for half-price for the first month. For example, most of the channels for the tournament, including TNT, TBS and TruTV, are on Sling’s Orange tier. Normally that tier is $40 a month, but in March, it’d be $20 for new customers.
To get CBS without an antenna, you can also sign up for Paramount+(Opens in a new tab), which currently offers a seven-day free trial.
NCAA March Madness Live app: Where to use it, features
The NCAA March Madness Live app is available on several devices, which we list below.
In addition to being able to watch whichever game you want, you can also take advantage of a new feature and watch up to four games simultaneously.
However, users will have to be signed up to an existing cable-TV service to use the March Madness app, though you do get a three-hour window to try the app out.
Here’s the list of devices to which you can download NCAA March Madness Live:
Roku TV (and Roku boxes)
Apple TV, iPhone, iPad
LG Smart TV
Amazon Fire TV (and Fire devices; you can also use an Alexa skill(Opens in a new tab) to expand your March Madness pleasure)
Android phones and tables
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