How to watch March Madness 2018: A Cord Cutter’s Guide

March Madness 2018 is here! It’s time to start making your predictions. Who will be the best teams, and who’s will be the championship in the end. With selection Sunday all wrapped up, along with the bracket excitement, nights out, and game watching get-togethers, it’s easy to forget just how much watching the games over pay-TV may be costing you.

Before you cozy up to your TV to watch the showdown of the 68 chosen teams, imagine a way to watch the NCAA March Madness games for free. Since they are broadcast over the air, with an antenna you can do just that and much more!

With a ClearStream wireless TV antenna, you can watch or record all the games for FREE, so there’s no need to worry about a cable bill or missing out on a moment of the madness. If life gets in the way of watching the games, the record feature in the ClearStream TV app is just what you need. You can record all the games and take them with you on-the-go, anywhere, anytime, no Internet required. Or if you decide to stay at home and watch the games, you can use the app’s pause and rewind feature to take a snack break. Get your ClearStream ECLIPSE or FLEX wireless TV antenna here.

March Madness will broadcast on CBS, with the first round starting this week.

 Thursday, March 15

12:15 p.m. — Oklahoma vs. Rhode Island

2:45 p.m. — Iona vs. Duke

7:10 p.m. — Davidson vs. Kentucky

9:40 p.m. — Buffalo vs. Arizona

Friday, March 16

12:15 p.m. — Providence vs. Texas A&M

2:45 p.m. — Lipscomb vs. UNC

7:10 p.m. — Bucknell vs. Michigan State

9:40 p.m. — Arizona State/Syracuse vs. TCU

And you can keep up with the official bracket on NCAA’s website.

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