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Duke vs. South Carolina Live Stream: How To Watch NCAA Tournament Online


The Blue Devils are set to battle the Gamecocks in the 3rd round of the NCAA Tournament. Which team will advance in March Madness? You’ll have to see the game to find out, but I’ll give you a little rundown on both teams before the game.

The Duke Blue Devils are on a hot streak. They’re the reigning 2017 ACC Champions, after defeating Notre Dame on Saturday, March 11. They’ve also won five consecutive games, and are the 2nd seeded team in the entire tournament. This past Friday, they sent Troy Trojan home, with a Blue Devils victory of 85-67. Those boys from Troy are out of the equation, thanks to Duke.

The South Carolina Gamecocks struggle as the season came to a close, as they’ve lost five out of their last eight games. But they were able to easily put away Marquette’s Golden Eagles in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, with a score of 93-73. The Gamecocks are currently the 7th seeded team in the league. Maybe with a little luck, they’ll be able to knock off the tournament’s 2nd seeded team.

Only one team will leave Greenville with the victory. Can South Carolina upset the Blue Devils? Or will Duke continue their win streak in the Gamecocks’ own backyard? Look below and find out how you can live stream the game on your computer, TV, tablet or mobile device.

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Duke Blue Devils vs. South Carolina Gamecocks Viewing Details

Date: Sunday, March 19, 2017
Time: 8:40 P.M. EST
Location: Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville, South Carolina
TV Channel: TNT
Live Stream: Watch TNT, Sling TV


How To Live Stream Duke vs. South Carolina Online

Looking to watch the Blue Devils battle the Gamecocks on your computer? If you are currently subscribed with a cable or satellite provider, you’ll be able to watch this game for free on Watch TNT. Just remember that you’ll need your cable or satellite log-in info to access the live stream.

You can also live stream tonight’s game through DIRECT NOW. DIRECTV offers a free seven-day trial, which will allow you to watch Duke battle South Carolina in the Bon Secours Wellness Arena. If you cancel this service before the seven-days are up, you will not be charged a cent. You can access DIRECTV NOW through your Desktop, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV or Chromecast.


Watch Blue Devils vs. Gamecocks On Phone, Tablet or Mobile

Looking to watch the 3rd round of March Madness on your tablet or mobile device? You’ll be able to access the Watch TNT app from the App Store or Google Play.

If you prefer Sling TV, you’ll be able to access the Sling app on the App Store or Google Play. You can also access the Sling app on Apple TV, Roku, Chromecast, and Amazon Fire TV.

Another way to watch tonight’s game is through the DIRECT NOW app, which you can access through the App Store or Google Play. Just be aware of the seven-day trail offer.


How To Live Stream Duke vs. South Carolina Online Without Cable Subscription

Don’t have a cable or satellite subscription? Well, you can still watch this exciting game online and I’ll tell you how and where. Just click on Sling TV, choose the Sling Orange package (which costs $20 per month), but if you pay attention to me, you can see this game completely free (along with a full week of streaming sports and shows from your favorite television networks).

Just click on the Sling website; you’ll see a light blue bar with those lovely words (and that very lucky number) “Watch Now 7 Days Free” – you’ll probably want to grab hold of this amazing offer and watch the game absolutely for free (that is, if you decide to cancel within seven days).

Brian DunlopCOED Writer
I'm currently awaiting graduation at Queens College. I double majored in English and political science, and minored in journalism. I finished my last semester of my undergrads in late December. Now, I've been sent off into the world to do stuff. E-mail me here: brian.dunlop@teamcoed.com
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