With the 2014 NCAA Basketball Tournament getting started this week, there are plenty of people out there looking for where they can watch the games online - and they're in luck. There are a number of places you can watch the tournament online, and we here at Chat Sports want to make sure you don't miss a single game.
The NCAA and Turner Sports have teamed up to offer 67 games online, and you can check out a lot of the early-round action here without worrying about your stream going down or the feed randomly switching over to Russian weightlifting (gotta love those .ru streams...).
Wiziwig aggregates a number of different streams for each game, and they'll usually end up with at least one or two decent-quality streams. Oh, and stick to the Flash streams unless you're interested in accidentally downloading something shady.
The Granddaddy of legally ambiguous streaming sites, TheFirstRow will have at least a few streams up for each game. Most of them are solid, but there's always the slight possibility of a stream getting taken down or the entire site getting forced to change their domain name. Good times!
The streams here are hit or miss - sometimes you'll find a great one, but you might have to sift through some low-quality or foreign-language streams to get there.
If you can't find a game you want to watch on any of these sites, check Reddit's College Basketball page, where they'll post user-submitted links each day. To stay current on all the latest March Madness news on your favorite teams, make sure you download our brand new (and unbelievably awesome) iPhone app.
Disclaimer: Chat Sports doesn't encourage the illegal streaming of games, but we’re not naive enough to pretend that it doesn’t happen. Stream at your own risk (and don’t download anything from these sites – it’s like the Wild West out there).Back to the NCAA Newsfeed