March Madness live bracket: Full schedule, scores, how to watch 2022 NCAA Tournament games – Sporting News

March Madness is finally upon us, and all roads lead to New Orleans. The Final Four this year will be played in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, and the NCAA Tournament’s field of 68 features a few heavy hitters. Gonzaga is this year’s favorite to win, sitting at +300 odds, whereas Arizona, Kentucky, and Kansas are being given among the best odds to win this year’s national championship.
This year also marks the final season for Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski, who is capping off an insane 42-year run with the Blue Devils. Duke, a No. 2 seed, is looking to get Krzyzewski his sixth national title with Duke. The Blue Devils are sitting in one of the most cutthroat regions in the country, however, so the road to get there won’t be easy.
MORE: Watch March Madness games live with Sling TV (free trial)
Other teams to look out for include Auburn — emerging as a strong contender from a hyper-competitive SEC this year — and Tennessee, another breakout team.
Here is everything you need to follow March Madness live, including a printable bracket, schedules, and TV channels to watch.
For live updates of the tournament bracket and information on how to watch March Madness, check out the links below.
Live NCAA bracket | TV schedule | Predictor tool

You can get an updated, printable NCAA Tournament bracket here to fill out. SN will update the bracket throughout March Madness.
The complete 2022 March Madness schedule will be updated below when the Field of 68 has been announced Selection Sunday.
You can also follow scores and results with TSN’s live March Madness bracket page.
Tuesday, March 15
Wednesday, March 16
Thursday, March 17
Friday, March 18
Round 2 times will be released following the completion of Round 1 on Friday.
Saturday, March 19
Sunday, March 20
Thursday, March 24
Friday, March 25
Saturday, March 26
Sunday, March 27
Saturday, April 2
Monday, April 4
The NCAA Tournament will broadcast across several stations: CBS, TBS, TNT and truTV.
Below is a round-by-round breakdown of what stations will broadcast games:
Every game in the 2022 NCAA Tournament can be streamed via NCAA March Madness Live; other streaming options include CBS’ streaming service, Paramount+, and Sling TV.
Sling TV offers the best value to stream all March Madness games broadcast on TBS, TNT and TruTV (49 of 67 total games). New subscribers who sign up for a three-day free trial to Sling TV’s blue bundle would pay $35 per month thereafter.
To watch the additional 18 games broadcast on CBS, you can add a Paramount+ premium subscription for $9.99. Combined with Sling TV, that is the cheapest way to watch every NCAA Tournament game compared to YouTube TV, fuboTV, Hulu and DirecTV.
Below is a full rundown on the sites and locations of the NCAA Tournament:
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