If you can't plant yourself in front of the TV for 12 hours of March Madness action on Thursday, never fret. Each and ever NCAA Tournament game will be streamed online, for free, the same way it has been in seasons past. March Madness On Demand is back and ready to shine again for those stuck at work or without a nearby TV. All you need is an Internet connection and browser, allowing you easy access to all 16 NCAA Tournament games on Thursday.â†µ
For those near a TV, the games will be broadcast in a different way this year. Instead of CBS controlling all the action, switching back-and-forth between games like a control room operator with lethal doses of caffeine course through their veins, games will be broadcast across four different platforms. Due to the new NCAA Tournament TV contract, CBS will share the broadcasting rights with TNT, TBS and truTV. Check out the full schedule and TV listings in our Daily Drip.
So swing over to the MMOD website, fire up the stream and get ready for a day full of basketball. For last-second picks, visit our NCAA Tournament predictions StoryStream, grab a printable bracket and get to work filling it out ahead of the start of Thursday's games.