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LGHL NCAA Tournament 2016: March Madness Thursday TV schedule

Discussion in 'News' started by Alexis Chassen, Mar 17, 2016.

  1. NCAA Tournament 2016: March Madness Thursday TV schedule
    Alexis Chassen
    via our friends at Land-Grant Holy Land
    Visit their fantastic blog and read the full article (and so much more) here

    Ohio State may be playing in the NIT, but there's loads of other exciting games to watch until their next game.

    The stage is set, and 64 teams are heading into the first round of games for the NCAA Tournament. Thirty-two teams will take the court on Thursday, for the first full day of March Madness. Brackets can be ruined by mid-afternoon on Day 1, but don't worry, the Buckeyes will keep things interesting for you on Sunday -- when they play in the second round of the NIT.

    Three No. 1 seeds will see game action on Thursday, so you don't want to miss a thing!

    How to Watch

    Every NCAA Tournament game is available on CBS and CBS' March Madness app. But, that's not all. breaks down all the different ways to stream the games (especially for those pretending to work during games) below:

    All NCAA Tournament games can be streamed online with NCAA March Madness Live. There's also an NCAA March Madness Live app for iOS, Android, Windows 10, Amazon, and Roku, so you can watch every game, even if you're not at home or near a TV. March Madness Live has also added Chromecast support this year, so there are more ways than ever to get the game onto the TV.

    So many options.

    The NCAA has provided a full breakdown of all Thursday's games, along with tip-off times, location and how to catch it on TV. Check it out, here.

    And just in case, CBS also has a complete live schedule of all games and which TV network they'll be aired. You can see that, here.

    Does LGHL have a bracket challenge?

    Sure do! Hope you already signed up to take part in the annual Land-Grant Holy Land March Madness bracket, with the window closing just after noon ET.

    Start your St. Patrick's Day off right, with back-to-back and overlapping basketball games and a nice green beer. You have at least three more days before the Buckeyes will attempt to give you another heart attack in the NIT, and might as well spend that time rooting for and against other teams.

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