March Madness: Where To Watch, NCAA Brackets And Predictions


March Madness: Everything You Need To Know About 2018 NCAA Tournament

March Madness. It's when you get so mad you march on out of here about basketball.

Okay, so that's not it. But what is March Madness? Where to watch March Madness, and how to watch the tournament without cable? How to fill out NCAA brackets?

This whole basketball thing is very confusing. How I long for the days when I knew we were just supposed to put the leather pumpkin through a net.

Being a jock is cool. But you know what's cooler than being a jock? Pretending to be one on the internet.

Click through the slideshow to find out all the answers to your burning March Madness questions.

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When Is March Madness?

March Madness 2018 started with the first round on Thursday, March 15. The ides of March, if you will.

The games have, in fact, already begun. But if your office or friends are chill about it, you can still fill out your brackets.

Here's an easy way to fill out your bracket: start from the finals and move out, making sure your choice makes it through all the rounds.

I went with Villanova winning the big prize — but only because I messaged my high school friend on Facebook and asked him WTF should I do!?

Villanova has been a No. 1 regional seed three of the last four years — and they won it all in 2016.

I had Villanova face off against North Carolina in the finals. The reason being they're a great team and I love their blue uniforms.

From here, move backward.

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A simple lineup for the regional finals this year looks like this.

East: Villanova vs Purdue South: Virginia vs Cincinnati Midwest: Kansas vs Duke West: Xavier vs North Carolina.

Trust my wisdom. I am a random person on the internet.

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Where To Watch March Madness? How To Watch Tournament Without Cable

You can watch all of the games of the tournament on TV on CBS, TBS, TNT, or truTV.

Check out the full schedule here!

Or you can watch March Madness Live here! Games on TBS, TNT, and truTV will need login information, but the CBS games are for free!

Now if only March Madness was as thrilling as One Tree Hill made me believe basketball to be...