2019 NCAA Sweet 16 Live Stream: How To Watch Every Game

What an unexpected first weekend of the NCAA Tournament. In one of the rarest things to ever happen, every No. 1, 2, and 3 seed remains with sixteen teams left. The teams with the most talent, who have been the most impressive throughout the season are the ones that remain. Usually, this tournament features a ton of upsets and some Cinderella teams surviving through the Sweet Sixteen and Elite Eight. With all the top teams left, that makes this year’s a real battle of the powerhouses.
To get to the Elite Eight, Final Four, and eventual championship, we must first get through the Sweet Sixteen. The Duke Blue Devils, Virginia Cavaliers, North Carolina Tar Heels, Gonzaga Bulldogs, Tennessee Volunteers, Michigan State Spartans, Michigan Wolverines, Kentucky Wildcats, Purdue Boilermakers, Houston Cougars, LSU Tigers, Texas Tech Red Raiders, Florida State Seminoles, Virginia Tech Hokies, Auburn Tigers, and Oregon Ducks remain.
The Sweet Sixteen games are scheduled just before the weekend. They can be watched in a variety of ways. From traditional cable to the excellent new March Madness Live platform, you’ll have the opportunity to stream every game and not miss a moment of the action. Below you’ll find how to stream each game.

NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen Viewing Details


Dates: Thursday, March 28 and Friday, March 29
Channels: CBS and TBS
Live Stream: March Madness Live

How To Watch NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen On Television


Thursday, March 28
No. 4 Florida State vs. No. 1 Gonzaga – 7:09 PM EST – CBS
No. 3 Purdue vs. No. 2 Tennessee – 7:29 PM EST – TBS
No. 3 Texas Tech vs. No. 2 Michigan – 9:39 PM EST – CBS
No. 12 Oregon vs. No. 1 Virginia – 9:59 PM EST – TBS
Friday, March 29
No. 3 LSU vs. No. 2 Michigan State – 7:09 PM EST – CBS
No. 5 Auburn vs. No. 1 North Carolina – 7:29 PM EST – TBS
No. 4 Florida State vs. No. 1 Duke – 9:39 PM EST – CBS
No. 3 Houston vs. No. 2 Kentucky – 9:59 PM EST – TBS

How To Stream NCAA Tournament Sweet 16


All NCAA Tournament games are also available to stream through March Madness Live. If you’re using your laptop, you can just head over to theĀ March Madness Live website. While there, you can even watch multiple games at once with a picture-in-picture option.
There’s also the March Madness Live app. This is available to download on all major platforms such as Apple and Android. The app works on Apple TV, Amazon Fire, Chromecast, Xbox One, Roku, Android devices, and your mobile devices. The app will continue to work through the tournament, covering every round up to and including the NCAA championship.

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