NCAA Tournament live stream 2016: How to watch online

Face it, whatever it is you’re doing today, there is no way you actually want to be doing it. You would much rather be sitting at home watching day one of the 2016 NCAA Tournament.

Luckily, there is still a way you can enjoy it without sitting on your couch.

Thanks to advances in modern technology, fans can watch the games online at for free up to three hours. A cable subscription log in is required should you want to watch more than that. There is also the official NCAA March Madness Live app that can be download via Google Play, iTunes App Store, and other devices.

Thanks to USA Today, you can also check out a full schedule of today’s action, including who will be calling the games.

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*Featured Photo (above) credit to USA Today Sports