NCAA Tournament by the numbers: Basketball, betting and business
You’ve analyzed all 68 teams in the NCAA men’s basketball tournament, debated the seedings and snubs with friends and co-workers and likely are in the final steps of filling out one of your handful of brackets.
Now comes the hard part for some college basketball fans – finding the games on TV.
Every game will be broadcast live, and for the sixth consecutive year, truTV will show some of the games, starting with Tuesday’s and Wednesday’s play-in games, dubbed the “First Four” by the NCAA.
Still don’t know what truTV is or how to find it? The channel, once known as Court TV, is one of three owned by Turner Broadcasting (along with TBS and TNT) that will share coverage with CBS.
Here’s some help finding the games:
NCAA men’s tournament games on TV
The five leading TV providers in the Sacramento region (second channel is HD; DirectTV and Dish use same channel):