I have but one simple request for today's games. ALL OF THE PUDDLES SWEET SIXTEEN DANCING by days end.
Is that asking a lot given the fact that Wisconsin is a far superior team to Oregon? Yes. Do I care? No. Let me be clear Oregon...I will hold you personally responsible and will consider cheering for USC over you in future contests if you lose this game. It's is literally (not really) the only game of importance today.
What's that? There are other games, each of which is equally important to Oregon/Wisconsin in terms of sending teams to the Sweet 16?
Well then, I suppose I should let you all know how to watch them if I want this to be a good OPEN THREAD...
The NCAA March Madness Live app is available for all mobile app stores:
IMPORTANT NOTE: You have to sign in using your television provider information. If you're television provider is somehow not participating (all the major ones should be) then you'll need to call up a friend with a different provider and borrow their login.
Just the like the mobile apps, the option requires you to sign in with your television provider login.
CBS, TBS, TNT, and TruTV are your homes for the NCAA Tournament. Here's the full schedule of Thursday's games (note that all times are Eastern Time Zone):
Sunday, March 22nd
|12:10 p.m.||CBS||Charlotte I
||#7 Michigan State Spartans vs. #2 Virginia Cavaliers
|2:40 p.m.||CBS||Charlotte II||#8 San Diego State Aztecs vs. #1 Duke Blue Devils
|5:15 p.m.||CBS||Omaha I||#7 Wichita State Shockers vs. #2 Kansas Jayhawks
|6:10 p.m.||TNT||Columbus I||#11 Dayton Flyers vs. #3 Oklahoma Sooners
|7:10 p.m.||TBS||Seattle I||#7 Iowa Hawkeyes vs. #2 Gonzaga Bulldogs
||Omaha II||#8 Oregon Ducks vs. #1 Wisconsin Badgers
||#5 West Virginia Mountaineers vs. #4 Maryland Terrapins
||TBS||Seattle II||#5 Northern Iowa Panthers vs. #4 Louisville Cardinals|