March Madness live stream: Watch 2019 NCAA Tournament basketball streaming free online on Saturday
Everything you need to watch the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday
The second round of the 2019 NCAA Tournament has begun, and March Madness is in full effect. It is now time for the cream to rise to the top as eight spots in the Sweet 16 are on the line Saturday in multiple sites across the country. There's three No. 2 seeds (Kentucky, Michigan and Michigan State) looking to earn their spots in the second weekend in tough tests, while the lone No. 1 seed in action on Saturday (Gonzaga) will look to avoid the upset bid from No. 9 seed Baylor.
Plus, Ja Morant and Murray State will look to continue their Cinderella run when they take on No. 4 seed Florida State while another No. 4 seed in Kansas looks to make yet another appearance in the Sweet 16 when they take on No. 5 seed Auburn.
Before we all dive head first, let's first take a look at how you can watch the games. Below is all the information you need to catch the second round March Madness action on Saturday from start to finish, including how you can stream each game while on the go.
2019 NCAA Tournament viewing information
|Time (ET)||Game||TV, Stream||Site|
(6) Maryland vs. (3) LSU
(7) Wofford vs. (2) Kentucky
(10) Florida vs. (2) Michigan
Des Moines I
(12) Murray State vs. (4) Florida State
(9) Baylor vs. (1) Gonzaga
Salt Lake City I
(10) Minnesota vs. (2) Michigan State
Des Moines II
(6) Villanova vs. (3) Purdue
(5) Auburn vs. (4) Kansas
Salt Lake City II
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