LIU-Brooklyn vs. Radford: 2018 NCAA Tournament live stream, TV, bracket, time, date
How to watch the First Four matchup between the Highlanders and the Blackbirds
The 2018 NCAA tournament is about to tip off. Pick against friends or go solo to compete for the trip of a lifetime.
Before the field of 64 takes center stage, we've got a few outsiders looking to make their way in. March Madness will officially be underway when LIU-Brooklyn and Radford, two No. 16 seeds clash for the right to play No. 1 seed Villanova in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Here's how to watch the game.
Don't forget before the NCAA Tournament begins, you can also play Bracket Games through CBS Sports by creating a pool with your office, family or friends, or filling out your bracket online.
The last two years, SportsLine's computer simulation correctly predicted nine out of 12 double-digit NCAA Tournament upsets in the first round with their computer algorithm. This year they have plenty of upsets again, like one region where you need to pick the 11, 12, AND 13 seeds, and another region with a 4-seed in the Final Four. Click here to see SportsLine's Optimized NCAA Tournament bracket.
About No. 16 LIU-Brooklyn
The class of the NEC will battle for the chance to represent the league in the field of 64. The Blackbirds got here by shocking Wagner in the NEC Tournament final, 71-61.
About No. 16 Radford
Radford is the perfect example of a team that got hot at the right time. The Highlanders won their final seven games of the season -- including a buzzer-beater over Liberty -- to send them to their first Big Dance since 2009. Freshman guard Carlik Jones, the team's second leading scorer, is the X-factor for a team that is surging straight into the NCAA Tournament.
- Location: Dayton, Ohio
- Date: Tuesday, March 13
- Time: 6:40 p.m. ET
- TV: truTV
- Stream: NCAA March Madness Live
- Follow: CBS Sports App
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