And now, let’s work our way down to the Sweet 16.
Watching Saturday’s battle between fifth-seeded San Diego State and one of the March Madness’ 2023 Cinderellas, 13th-seeded Furman, at 12:15 p.m., if you’re a streaming fan, means using apps and services from the NCAA and CBS. Here’s how.
How to livestream March Madness for free
How to watch San Diego State Aztecs vs. Furman Paladins
Time: 12:15 p.m. EDT, Saturday
Location: Amway Center, Orlando
Quick hit: The Aztecs (28-6) were able to stave off feisty College of Charleston in Thursday’s first round, and now battled the tournament’s first darling, fellow South Carolinians Furman. San Diego State won the Mountain West regular-season title and tournament this season, and has a tough defense. The Paladins (28-7), who upset Virginia on Thursday, also were a double-winner of regular-season and tournament titles, this time in the Southern Conference.
What channel: CBS
Where to stream: CBS Sports (online), Paramount+,(Opens in a new tab) NCAA March Madness app, Sling TV(Opens in a new tab), YouTubeTV(Opens in a new tab)
Where to listen: SiriusXM (Opens in a new tab)(Channel 201); Westwood One skill on Alexa(Opens in a new tab); WestwoodOne.com(Opens in a new tab)
Sling has half off the first month
Sling TV(Opens in a new tab) is currently offering a deal for half off the first month as March Madness begins. Users can get the service for half-price for the first month. For example, most of the channels for the tournament, including TNT, TBS and TruTV, are on Sling’s Orange tier. Normally that tier is $40 a month, but in March, it’d be $20 for new customers.
To get CBS without an antenna, you can also sign up for Paramount+(Opens in a new tab), which currently offers a seven-day free trial.
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