Where To Watch The 2019 Final Four
After all the madness, only four teams remain. As usual, there were plenty of shocks and upsets. In one weekend we saw three No. 1 seeds got denied of tickets to the next round by the scrappy underdog.
Where will you be watching the next phase of the tournament unfold? You can stream March Madness games online, but there’s also the always-reliable TV. Below, Nitrogen Sports Blog will provide some available Final Four viewing options.
U.S. Bank Stadium will host the last three games of the tournament. The best teams college basketball has to offer will be converging in Minneapolis to see who gets to cut down the nets. These student athletes have gone through a grueling season. They have battled through a month packed with barn burners and upsets. Now the Final Four is here and a champion will be crowned in just a few days.
Watch March Madness on TV
Viewers’ preferences may have shifted dramatically over the past few years because of the internet, but TV remains king when it comes to watching sports, including, of course, March Madness.
You can watch March Madness live on TV, thanks to CBS, which will handle the coverage, with Jim Nantz, Grant Hill, Bill Raftery and Tracy Wolfson calling the action.
Catch March Madness live online
If you don’t have access to TV but are plugged into an internet connection, then you should have no trouble following the Final Four games.
You can stream March Madness via its Live App. There are also plenty of options available online.
It’s just a matter of finding where exactly to look for it. Some sites that stream college basketball games are blocked on certain locations, but you can slip past those geographical discretions by using VPN.
March Madness Final Four
After an exhilarating Elite Eight, which saw two No. 1 seeds crash out of the tournament, March Madness will continue into its penultimate stage: the Final Four.
On April 6, the Auburn Tigers will duke it out with another No. 1 seed in the Virginia Cavaliers. Tipoff for that game is set at 6:09 PM ET. That will be followed by a showdown between the Texas Tech Red Raiders and the Michigan State Spartans at 8:49 PM ET in an equally intriguing Big 12 vs. Big Ten matchup.
The 2019 NCAA Tournament has lived up to the recent trend of parity that we’ve seen in college basketball over the last few years. Virginia is the only No. 1 seed left standing and is the prohibitive favorite to win it all, but as we’ve witnessed and said in other March Madness guide articles, anything can happen in this tournament.