Each March, the top NCAA men’s and women’s basketball teams compete in a series of knock-out games toward the goal of winning the national championship. And cord-cutters can watch it all without cable. Read on to learn how!
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March Madness is one of the most popular sporting events in the United States. In fact, the Men’s Final Four sometimes draws higher television ratings than any NBA Finals game played that year.
However, the men’s and women’s tournaments are not just focused on that weekend. They consist of brackets being filled out everywhere and three weeks of do-or-die play by 68 men’s and 68 women’s teams.
CBS and Turner Sports combine to broadcast the men’s tournament while ESPN oversees the broadcasting of the women’s events. Options to stream most if not all of both tournaments include Hulu + Live TV ($69.99/mo), DIRECTV STREAM ($69.99/mo), Sling TV ($35/mo), and YouTube TV ($64.99/mo).
NCAA Basketball Tournaments
The NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament has a storied history that starts in 1939, when Oregon outlasted Ohio State, 46-33. This first national title game was played on the Northwestern campus in Evanston, IL.
It has always had a single-elimination format although the size of the field has increased over the years. Just eight teams competed in 1939 while 68 take part in its current form.
The history of the NCAA Division I Women’s Tournament is not as lengthy, but that has a lot to do with the NCAA only taking women’s basketball under its umbrella as recently as the 1981-82 season.
Women’s sports, in general, became more prominent in the early 1970s. The first AIAW Women’s Basketball Tournament was played in 1972 and featured Immaculata kickstarting a three-peat.
How Do the Tournaments Work?
Starting in 2022, both the men’s and women’s tournaments will once again have the same format. They had both been 64-team affairs from 1994-2000, but the men’s increased to 65 through 2010 and has been at 68 since. Conversely, the women’s field stayed at 64 through 2021 before increasing to 68 for the 2022 event. This was done to belatedly put the women’s teams on equal footing with the men’s.
The men’s move to 68 teams was presumably done in connection with the agreement of a new television contract at around that time. More games result in more revenue for CBS and Turner Sports. Plus, some coaches voiced happiness that more schools receive the opportunity to participate in the bracket. (Plus, the NCAA was close to approving a 96-team field prior to adopting this.)
The First Fours, the games featuring the last eight teams into the brackets, will take place mid-week the first week of March Madness, Tuesday and Wednesday for the men and Wednesday and Thursday for the women.
The next four days for each will be the first and second rounds as the fields get whittled to 16 apiece. These men’s games will be at neutral sites with the women’s contests at the top 16 seeds.
Exactly a week after those four days will be the regional semifinals and finals. All March Madness games will be played at predetermined sites. That will be followed by the Final Fours the week after, the women playing on that Friday and Sunday and the men on that Saturday and Monday.
However, before any of that happens, the brackets need to be filled with these 136 teams. That is done the Sunday that precedes the opening contests. Thirty-two men’s and 32 women’s teams earn automatic berths after winning their respective conference tournaments, and the remainder are chosen as at-large teams with most of those coming from Power 5 conferences.
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March Madness TV Schedule 2022
Games started on March 15th and ran through the first week of April, with the National Championships airing on April 3rd (women’s) and April 4th (men’s).
Here are the key dates:
- Selection Sunday: March 13
- First Four: March 15 – 17
- First/Second Rounds: March 17 – 21
- Sweet 16/Elite 8: March 24 – 28
- Final Four: April 1 (women’s) and April 2 (men’s)
- NCAA Championships: Sun April 3 (women’s) and Mon Apr 4 (men’s)
- Channels: CBS, TBS, TNT, and truTV
Men’s March Madness Schedule
The 2022 men’s tournament didn’t produce any great surprises except seeing the top-ranked Gonzaga and Arizona teams eliminated in the Sweet 16.
The final was quite a game with North Carolina dominating in the first half. But Kansas evened things out quickly at the beginning of the second half with the rest of the game very close. Ultimately, the Jayhawks beat the Tar Heels 72-69.
- Mar 13 6:00 pm: Selection Sunday (CBS)
- Mar 15: First Four (2 games)
- Mar 16: First Four (2 games)
- Mar 17: First Round (Group 1 — 16 games)
- Mar 18: First Round (Group 2 — 16 games)
- Mar 19: Second Round (Group 1 — 8 games)
- Mar 20: Second Round (Group 2 — 8 games)
- Mar 24: Sweet 16 (Group 1 — 4 games)
- Mar 25: Sweet 16 (Group 2 — 4 games)
- Mar 26: Elite Eight (Group 1 — 2 games)
- Mar 27: Elite Eight (Group 2 — 2 games)
- Apr 2: Final Four (2 games)
- Apr 4: National Championship
All times are EDT.
- Tue Mar 15 6:40 pm: Texas Southern (76) vs Texas A&M-CC (67) (truTV)
- Tue Mar 15 9:10 pm: Wyoming (58) vs Indian (66) (truTV)
- Wed Mar 16 6:40 pm: Wright St (93) vs Bryant (82) (truTV)
- Wed Mar 16 9:10 pm: Rutgers (87) vs Notre Dame (89) (truTV)
- Thu Mar 17 1:45 pm: Boise St (53) vs Memphis (64) (TNT)
- Thu Mar 17 4:15 pm: Gonzaga (93) vs Georgia St (72) (TNT)
- Thu Mar 17 6:50 pm: UConn (63) vs New Mexico St (70) (TNT)
- Thu Mar 17 9:20 pm: Arkansas (75) vs Vermont (71) (TNT)
- Fri Mar 18 1:45 pm: Texas Tech (97) vs Montana St (62) (TNT)
- Fri Mar 18 4:15 pm: Alabama (64) vs Notre Dame (78) (TNT)
- Fri Mar 18 7:10 pm: Duke (78) vs CS Fullerton (61) (CBS)
- Fri Mar 18 9:40 pm: Michigan St (74) vs Davidson (73) (CBS)
- Thu Mar 17 2:00 pm: Baylor (85) vs Norfolk St (49) (TBS)
- Thu Mar 17 4:30 pm: North Carolina (95) vs Marquette (63) (TBS)
- Thu Mar 17 7:10 pm: Kentucky (79) vs Saint Peter’s (85) (CBS)
- Thu Mar 17 7:20 pm: Saint Mary’s (82) vs Indian (53) (TBS)
- Thu Mar 17 9:40 pm: Murray St (92) vs San Francisco (87) (CBS)
- Thu Mar 17 9:50 pm: UCLA (57) vs Akron (53) (TBS)
- Fri Mar 18 2:00 pm: Purdue (78) vs Yale (56) (TBS)
- Fri Mar 18 4:30 pm: Texas (81) vs Virginia Tech (73) (TBS)
- Thu Mar 17 12:15 pm: Colorado St (63) vs Michigan (75) (CBS)
- Thu Mar 17 2:45 pm: Tennessee (88) vs Longwood (56) (CBS)
- Fri Mar 18 12:15 pm: Ohio St (54) vs Loyola Chicago (41) (CBS)
- Fri Mar 18 2:45 pm: Villanova (80) vs Delaware (60) (CBS)
- Fri Mar 18 6:50 pm: Illinois (54) vs Chattanooga (53) (TNT)
- Fri Mar 18 7:27 pm: Arizona (87) vs Wright St (70) (truTV)
- Fri Mar 18 9:20 pm: Houston (82) vs UAB (68) (TNT)
- Fri Mar 18 9:57 pm: Seton Hall (42) vs TCU (69) (truTV)
- Thu Mar 17 12:40 pm: Providence (66) vs South Dakota St (57) (truTV)
- Thu Mar 17 3:10 pm: Iowa (63) vs Richmond (67) (truTV)
- Thu Mar 17 7:27 pm: San Diego St (69) vs Creighton (72) (truTV)
- Thu Mar 17 9:57 pm: Kansas (83) vs Texas Southern (56) (truTV)
- Fri Mar 18 12:40 pm: Auburn (80) vs Jacksonville St (61) (truTV)
- Fri Mar 18 3:10 pm: USC (66) vs Miami (68) (truTV)
- Fri Mar 18 7:20 pm: LSU (54) vs Iowa St (59) (TBS)
- Fri Mar 18 9:50 pm: Wisconsin (67) vs Colgate (60) (TBS)
- Sat Mar 19 12:15 pm: Baylor (86) vs North Carolina (93) (CBS)
- Sat Mar 19 2:40 pm: Kansas (79) vs Creighton (72) (CBS)
- Sat Mar 19 5:15 pm: Tennessee (68) vs Michigan (76) (CBS)
- Sat Mar 19 6:10 pm: Providence (79) vs Richmond (51) (TNT)
- Sat Mar 19 7:10 pm: UCLA (72) vs Saint Mary’s (56) (TBS)
- Sat Mar 19 7:45 pm: Murray State (60) vs Saint Peter’s (70) (CBS)
- Sat Mar 19 8:40 pm: Arkansas (53) vs New Mexico State (48) (TNT)
- Sat Mar 19 9:40 pm: Gonzaga (82) vs Memphis (78) (TBS)
- Sun Mar 20 12:10 pm: Illinois (53) vs Houston (68) (CBS)
- Sun Mar 20 2:40 pm: Villanova (71) vs Ohio State (61) (CBS)
- Sun Mar 20 5:15 pm: Duke (85) vs Michigan State (76) (CBS)
- Sun Mar 20 6:10 pm: Wisconsin (49) vs Iowa State (54) (TNT)
- Sun Mar 20 7:10 pm: Texas Tech (59) vs Notre Dame (53) (TBS)
- Sun Mar 20 7:45 pm: Auburn (61) vs Miami (79) (truTV)
- Sun Mar 20 8:40 pm: Purdue (81) vs Texas (71) (TNT)
- Sun Mar 20 9:40 pm: Arizona (85) vs TCU (80) (CBS)
- Thu Mar 24 7:00 pm: Gonzaga (68) vs Arkansas (74) (CBS)
- Thu Mar 24 7:15 pm: Michigan (55) vs Villanova (63) (TBS)
- Thu Mar 24 9:30 pm: Texas Tech (73) vs Duke (78) (CBS)
- Thu Mar 24 9:45 pm: Houston (72) vs Arizona (60) (TBS)
- Fri Mar 25 7:00 pm: St Peter’s (67) vs Purdue (64) (CBS)
- Fri Mar 25 7:15 pm: Kansas (66) vs Providence (61) (TBS)
- Fri Mar 25 9:30 pm: North Carolina (73) vs UCLA (66) (CBS)
- Fri Mar 25 9:45 pm: Iowa St (56) vs Miami (70) (TBS)
- Sat Mar 26 6:09 pm: Villanova (50) vs Houston (44) (TBS)
- Sat Mar 26 8:49 pm: Duke (78) vs Arkansas (69) (TBS)
- Sun Mar 27 2:20 pm: Kansas (76) vs Miami (50) (CBS)
- Sun Mar 27 5:00 pm: Saint Peter’s (49) vs North Carolina (69) (CBS)
- Sat Apr 2 6:09 pm: Duke (77) vs North Carolina (81) (TBS)
- Sat Apr 2 8:49 pm: Villanova (65) vs Kansas (81) (TBS)
- Mon Apr 4 9:20 pm: North Carolina (69) vs Kansas (72) (TBS)
Women’s March Madness Schedule
The women’s tournament also wasn’t filled with any amazing upsets although it did feature an abundance of great games. The Final Four teams, however, could easily have been predicted.
The final between South Carolina vs UConn wasn’t close. The Gamecocks led from start to finish. The Huskies shot well but struggled inside allowing SC to get more offensive rebounds than UConn got defensive rebounds. The final score of 64-49 sums up the game.
- Mar 13 8:00 pm: Selections (ESPN)
- Mar 16: First Four (2 games)
- Mar 17: First Four (2 games)
- Mar 18: First Round (Group 1 — 16 games)
- Mar 19: First Round (Group 2 — 16 games)
- Mar 20: Second Round (Group 1 — 8 games)
- Mar 21: Second Round (Group 2 — 8 games)
- Mar 25: Regional (4 game)
- Mar 26: Regional (4 game)
- Mar 27: Regional (2 game)
- Mar 28: Regional (2 game)
- Apr 1: National Semifinals (2 games)
- Apr 3: Championship Game.
All times are EDT.
- Wed Mar 16 7:00 pm: Incarnate Word (53) vs Howard (55) (ESPNU)
- Wed Mar 16 9:00 pm: DePaul (57) vs Dayton (88) (ESPNU)
- Thu Mar 17 7:00 pm: Mount St Mary’s (70) vs Longwood (74) (ESPNU)
- Thu Mar 17 9:00 pm: Florida St (50) vs Missouri St (61) (ESPU)
- Fri Mar 18 11:30 am: Miami (78) vs South Florida (66) (ESPN2)
- Fri Mar 18 1:30 pm: Colorado (74) vs Creighton (84) (ESPNews)
- Fri Mar 18 2:00 pm: South Carolina (79) vs Howard (21) (ESPN)
- Fri Mar 18 4:00 pm: Iowa (98) vs Illinois St (58) (ESPN)
- Fri Mar 18 7:30 pm: Georgia (70) vs Dayton (54) (ESPNews)
- Fri Mar 18 10:00 pm: Iowa St (78) vs UT Arlington (71) (ESPNU)
- Sat Mar 19 7:30 pm: North Carolina (79) vs SFA (66) (ESPNews)
- Sat Mar 19 10:00 pm: Arizona (72) vs UNLV (67) (ESPN2)
- Fri Mar 18 1:30 pm: Ole Miss (97) vs South Dakota St (99) (ESPN2)
- Fri Mar 18 3:30 pm: Nebraska (55) vs Gonzaga (68) (ESPNews)
- Fri Mar 18 4:00 pm: Baylor (89) vs Hawaii (49) (ESPN2)
- Fri Mar 18 6:00 pm: Louisville (83) vs UAlbany (51) (ESPN2)
- Sat Mar 19 1:00 pm: BYU (57) vs Villanova (61) (ESPNews)
- Sat Mar 19 3:00 pm: Tennessee (80) vs Buffalo (67) (ABC)
- Sat Mar 19 3:30 pm: Michigan (74) vs American (39) (ESPN2)
- Sat Mar 19 5:30 pm: Oregon (70) vs Belmont (73) (ESPN2)
- Fri Mar 18 2:30 pm: Virginia Tech (81) vs FGCU (84) (ESPNU)
- Fri Mar 18 5:00 pm: Maryland (102) vs Delaware (71) (ESPNU)
- Fri Mar 18 5:30 pm: Utah (92) vs Arkansas (69) (ESPNews)
- Fri Mar 18 7:30 pm: Kansas (77) vs Geogia Tech (58) (ESPNU)
- Fri Mar 18 8:00 pm: Texas (70) vs Fairfield (52) (ESPN2)
- Fri Mar 18 10:00 pm: Stanford (78) vs Montana St (37) (ESPN2)
- Sat Mar 19 2:30 pm: Ohio St (63) vs Missouri St (56) (ESPNU)
- Sat Mar 19 5:00 pm: LSU (83) vs Jackson St (77) (ESPNU)
- Sat Mar 19 11:30 am: Washington St (40) vs Kansas St (50) (ESPN2)
- Sat Mar 19 1:00 pm: UConn (83) vs Mercer (38) (ABC)
- Sat Mar 19 1:30 pm: Indiana (85) vs Charlotte (51) (ESPN2)
- Sat Mar 19 2:00 pm: NC State (96) vs Longwood (68) (ESPN)
- Sat Mar 19 3:30 pm: UCF (69) vs Florida (52) (ESPNews)
- Sat Mar 19 4:00 pm: Kentucky (62) vs Princeton (69) (ESPN)
- Sat Mar 19 7:30 pm: Notre Dame (89) vs Massachusetts (78) (ESPN2)
- Sat Mar 19 10:00 pm: Oklahoma (78) vs IU-PUI (72) (ESPNU)
- Sun Mar 20 1:00 pm: Iowa (62) vs Creighton (64) (ABC)
- Sun Mar 20 3:00 pm: Maryland (89) vs Florida Gulf Coast (65) (ESPN)
- Sun Mar 20 3:00 pm: South Carolina (49) vs Miami (33) (ABC)
- Sun Mar 20 5:00 pm: Texas (78) vs Utah (56) (ESPN
- Sun Mar 20 6:00 pm: Baylor (47) vs South Dakota (61) (ESPN2)
- Sun Mar 20 7:00 pm: Louisville (68) vs Gonzaga (59) (ESPN)
- Sun Mar 20 8:00 pm: Iowa State (67) vs Georgia (44) (ESPN2)
- Sun Mar 20 9:00 pm: Stanford (91) vs Kansas (65) (ESPN)
- Mon Mar 21 4:00 pm: Kansas St (57) vs North Carolina St (57) (ESPN)
- Mon Mar 21 6:00 pm: Villanova (49) vs Michigan (64) (ESPNU)
- Mon Mar 21 6:00 pm: Notre Dame (106) vs Oklahoma (64) (ESPN2)
- Mon Mar 21 7:00 pm: Belmont (67) vs Tennessee (70) (ESPN)
- Mon Mar 21 8:00 pm: Ohio St (79) vs LSU (64) (ESPN2)
- Mon Mar 21 8:00 pm: Princeton (55) vs Indiana (56) (ESPNU)
- Mon Mar 21 9:00 pm: UCF (47) vs Connecticut (52) (ESPN)
- Mon Mar 21 10:00 pm: North Carolina (63) vs Arizona (45) (ESPN2)
- Fri Mar 25 7:00 pm: North Carolina (61) vs South Carolina (69) (ESPN)
- Fri Mar 25 7:00 pm: Ohio St (63) vs Texas (66) (ESPN2)
- Fri Mar 25 9:30 pm: Maryland (66) vs Stanford (72) (ESPN)
- Fri Mar 25 9:30 pm: Creighton (76) vs Iowa St (68) (ESPN2)
- Sat Mar 26 11:30 am: Notre Dame (63) vs North Carolina St (66) (ESPN)
- Sat Mar 26 2:00: Indiana (58) vs UConn (75) (ESPN)
- Sat Mar 26 4:00 pm: Tennessee (64) vs Louisville (76) (ESPN2)
- Sat Mar 26 6:30 pm: South Dakota (49) vs Michigan (52) (ESPN2)
- Sun Mar 27 6:00 pm: South Carolina (80) vs Creighton (50) (ESPN)
- Sun Mar 27 8:00 pm: Stanford (59) vs Texas (50) (ESPN)
- Mon Mar 28 7:00 pm: North Carolina St (87) vs UConn (91) (ESPN)
- Mon Mar 28 9:00 pm: Louisville (62) vs Michigan (50) (ESPN)
- Fri Apr 1 7:00 pm: South Carolina (72) vs Louisville (59) (ESPN)
- Fri Apr 1 9:00 pm: Stanford (58) vs UConn (63) (ESPN)
- Sun Apr 3 8:00 pm: South Carolina (64) vs UConn (49) (ESPN)
TV Channels for March Madness
The NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament is televised on CBS, TBS, TNT, and truTV. CBS and TBS essentially receive equal billing, rotating broadcasting the Final Four and the regional semifinals and finals. TNT and truTV alone show the First Fours as well as some of First and Second round games.
The NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Tournament is on ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPNU while ABC also showed some games during March Madness 2021. It is unknown if ABC will broadcast games in 2022 and beyond. Meanwhile, the 2021 Women’s Final Four was broadcast in its entirety on ESPN while ESPN2.
Streaming March Madness
Several live TV streaming services will provide you with partial or complete coverage of these two tournaments. You can also see a number of games on CBS via an antenna. See below.
Hulu + Live TV
Hulu + Live TV ($69.99/mo) is an outstanding option for watching all of the March Madness possible as it carries CBS, TBS, TNT, truTV, ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPNU in its base plan.
It also provides access to the ACC Network, Big Ten Network, CBS Sports Network, Fox Sports 1 (FS1), Fox Sports 2 (FS2), and SEC Network as well as ESPN+. All of these are great for watching teams battle to get into these brackets.
The plan comes with unlimited cloud DVR (9 month storage) and streaming on up to two devices at once. See our Hulu + Live TV review for more details.
The base DIRECTV STREAM (formerly AT&T TV) plan ($69.99/mo) will give you all of the channels that will broadcast the men’s games (CBS, TBS, TNT, truTV) and most of the women’s games (ABC, ESPN, ESPN2). If you also want ESPNU, you will need to go up to the Choice plan ($89.99/mo). At this level, you will also get access to its outstanding selection of RSNs, which are essential for MLB, NBA, and NHL fans.
All plans come with unlimited DVR storage as long as you sign-up online and simultaneous streaming on up to 20 devices at home and 3 on the road. For more information, see our DIRECTV STREAM review.
Sling Orange ($35/mo) is an imperfect option as it does not offer CBS, truTV, or ESPNU although you can get truTV with its Blue plan ($50/mo to combine the plans) and ESPNU through its Sports Extra add-on ($11/mo if added to the Orange plan, $15/mo if added to the combined plan).
Also note that Sling TV sometimes allows Orange plan subscribers to access truTV during the tournament and that you can get CBS games with Paramount+ ($4.99/mo).
CBS via Antenna
Since CBS is an over-the-air (OTA) channel, an alternative is to set up an antenna. This can be done without a streaming service, of course. See our antenna guide for details. But with Sling, you can set it up so that it all works seamlessly through the app. And if you pay for 3 months upfront, Sling will give you the equipment at a ridiculously low price.
For more information on all this, see our Sling TV review.
An even more imperfect option is FuboTV ($69.99/mo) as it is missing all Turner Sports channels, so no TBS, TNT, or truTV and no Men’s Final Four in even years. Plus, even if you are solely focused on the women’s tournament, you will need to pay for either its Fubo Extra add-on ($7.99/mo) or its Sports Plus with NFL RedZone add-on ($10.99/mo) to also garner access to ESPNU.
But if March Madness is just part of your live sports diet, FuboTV is worth a look given that it features 110+ channels that are especially good for international events. Its plans come with 1000 hours of cloud DVR and streaming on up to ten devices. Our FuboTV review has more information.
YouTube TV ($64.99/mo) is a solid option as it offers access to CBS, TBS, TNT, truTV, ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPNU, ensuring that you can watch every men’s and women’s tournament game. Meanwhile, if you are looking for regular-season coverage of college basketball, note that it carries the ACC Network, Big Ten Network, SEC Network, FS1, and FS2 as well.
If you do not have an antenna, for $4.99/mo, you can get Paramount+ (previously CBS All Access). It is an on-demand streaming service but it does feature live sports and will allow you to stream CBS-broadcast NCAA Tournament games. However, note that that is where its usefulness ends as it does not have the rights to show any of the games airing on TBS, TNT, or truTV, which sometimes includes the Men’s Final Four as TBS owns those broadcasting rights in even years.
See our Paramount+ review.
March Madness Live
The NCAA March Madness Live app allows you to watch men’s tournament games, but you do need to sign in with log-in details for an applicable streaming service that offers the relevant channels.
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Devices to Live Stream March Madness
All of the services we’ve discussed support the major streaming devices in use today. DIRECTV STREAM has the weakest support. It offers its own device but you can also use:
- Amazon Fire TV
- Android smartphones/tablets
- Apple TV
- iOS (iPhones/iPads)
- Samsung TVs.
The other services (including FuboTV, Sling TV, and March Madness Live) also support Android TV, LG, and VIZIO smart TVs as well as Xbox gaming systems. Hulu, YouTube, and Paramount+ also support PlayStations.
Other devices are supported. You can find complete lists in our reviews.
If you are looking to receive streaming access to all men’s and women’s tournament games, your best option is Hulu + Live TV ($69.99/mo). DIRECTV STREAM ($69.99/mo) and Sling TV ($35/mo) — either with an antenna or Paramount+ — will also work.
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