Well, March Madness is three days deep and if you haven't enjoyed the action yet, you need to check your pulse. Thursday's 2nd round (first round is technically the play-in games) games are all wrapped up but Friday is sure to bring you hours and hours and hours of basketball-watching-enjoyment.
March Madness, also known as the NCAA Tournament, is one of the only major sporting events in this country to take part, a large portion of it anyway, during work hours. If you're one of the lucky few (or unlucky?) that has a job and you're at work today but hoping for a way to watch the games online, you'll be quite pleased to know that the NCAA has your back. If you head to the March Madness 2012 official website, you can sign up to have every single game stream live on your computer, smartphone, or tablet for just $3.99. Also, if you receive a cable subscription from one of the eligible providers, be sure to have your account number handy. With it, you'll be able to bypass the $3.99 fee, allowing you to watch all the action online for the low price of free.
CBS Sports will also be streaming live the free games on their official website whenever a game is airing on CBS.
Stay with us here at SB Nation Seattle for NCAA Bracket Scores and Updates throughout the day in this StoryStream. For schedule, game times, TV Announcers, and more, head to our NCAA Tournament Schedule and Info StoryStream.
Head over to our NCAA Predictions StoryStream to check out SBN Seattle's crack team of bracketologists' picks and game previews, because we know there are a ton of games to keep track of. Finally, if you haven't yet, head to SB Nation's Printable Bracket StoryStream to print one out for yourself.
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