NCAA Tournament 2014: TV Channel Finder, Online Stream Details For All March Madness Games

 @GP_IBTimes on March 19 2014 11:35 AM
Aaron Craft Ohio State
Ohio State and guard Aaron Craft, center, begin the second round of the NCAA men's basketball tournament on Thursday afternoon against Dayton. Reuters

The NCAA men’s basketball tournament is already underway, and perhaps the best way to watch every game is right at your desk at work.

Every game will be streamed online through the NCAA’s main site, as well as the four major cable and satellite networks under the Turner and CBS umbrella in TNT, TBS, CBS and Tru TV.

The first round of the tournament continues on Wednesday night with No. 16 seeds Cal Poly and Texas Southern squaring off at 6:40 p.m. ET, followed by No. 11 seeds Iowa and Tennessee at 9:40 p.m. ET both in the Midwest Region and both on Tru TV.

The winner of Cal Poly/Texas Southern faces No. 1 seed Wichita State on Friday, and Iowa/Tennessee’s winner will face No. 6 seed UMass.

The second round begins on Thursday and the first game is No. 11 Dayton vs. No. 6 Ohio State at 12:15 p.m. ET on CBS.

With so many channels available to subscribers its every easy to forget where TruTV or TBS is on the dial, so the channel finder for each is below.

TV Channels:  TNT, TBS, CBS, Tru TV

Schedule: The full schedule of games for Thursday and Friday can be viewed at CBS Sports here.

Online Stream Info: Every game can be watched via at TBS.com, TruTV.com, CBSSports.com here, and NCAA March Madness Live here.

TV Channel Finder: TruTV can be found for your cable or satellite provider here (top right corner of page), TBS and TNT can be found here

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