The NCAA Tournament is back once again, meaning sports fans all across America are ready to spend hours upon hours watching college basketball this Thursday-Sunday. Unfortunately, games are being played on four different channels, so people don’t know where to watch the games. That’s what I’m here for. I’m going to give you the rundown on where to watch the games this weekend.
TNT is mostly known for their NBA coverage, and rightfully so, because it’s absolutely fantastic, but they also have been playing games from the NCAA Tournament over the past few years, and do a great job with that as well. I’m going to break down which channel is TNT and how to find it, as well as a schedule of the games that will be shown on TNT. Let’s get it going.
What Channel is TNT & Where to Find It
TNT: DirecTV – 245, AT&T UVerse – 108, Dish Network – 138. If you have cable or an over the top online television package, you’ll have to check your local listings.
Games on TNT – Rounds 1 & 2
- #13 Winthrop vs #4 Butler – 1:30 P.M. EST
- #12 Middle Tennessee vs #5 Minnesota – 4:00 P.M. EST
- #11 Xavier vs #6 Maryland – 6:50 P.M. EST
- #14 Florida Gulf Coast vs #3 Florida State – 9:20 P.M. EST
- #9 Seton Hall vs #8 Arkansas – 1:30 P.M. EST
- #16 Texas Southern vs #1 North Carolina – 4:00 P.M. EST
- #16 North Carolina Central/UC Davis vs #1 Kansas – 6:50 P.M. EST
- #9 Michigan State vs #8 Miami – 9:20 P.M. EST
- #11 Xavier vs #3 Florida State – 6:10 P.M. EST
- #5 Virginia vs #4 Florida – 8:40 P.M. EST
#7 South Carolina vs #2 Duke – 8:40 P.M. EST