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Monday, March 12, 2012

NCAA March Madness on Demand

NCAA March Madness on Demand allows you to watch LIVE game broadcasts of CBS Sports television coverage of the NCAA Championship on your computer for FREE!

This year, you'll be able to watch every game of the NCAA Championship live online for free. All 63 games, from the First Round through the Final Four including the Championship Game, will be available with NCAA March Madness on Demand, so you'll never have to miss a single shot.

  • NCAA March Madness on Demand is 100% free
  • Live games streaming on your broadband-connected computer
  • Enjoy Championship highlights, recaps, and archived video
  • 640x360 widescreen video player
  • Exclusive halftime show
  • Includes The NCAA Basketball Championship Selection Show

Can't see the video? Listen to live streaming audio from Westwood One's radio broadcasts of every game.

Click this link to visit the NCAA's March Madness on Demand website:

NCAA On Your iPhone

Watch every game of NCAA March Madness LIVE on your iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad! Download for free to check scores, fill out and follow your bracket, get game alerts, and listen to live game radio. Upgrade with in-app purchase and watch live streaming video of all 67 games, every game of the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament for one low price.

Catch all your favorite rivalries, upsets, and buzzer beaters over both Wi-Fi and 3G. Plus, get alerts for your favorite teams, know when games go into overtime and crunch time, and set your TV channel settings to know where to watch any game on TV. You’ll never miss an upset! NOTE: Some features may not be compatible with Voiceover.

Click this link to download from the iTunes Store.

Watch Sports on your PC Live

Here is something for any avid sport fan. MyP2P is an accessible website where you can watch almost any sports game live for free. Whether it is Football, MLB, NHL, NBA, Cricket, Tennis etc, in most cases it can be watched live on MyP2P. It also has an online schedule for upcoming games and tournaments. So if you want to watch your favorite team playing live, just note the time of the game and come back to the website right before it starts.

Depending on the popularity of the source channel and playing team, the game can be streamed directly from the browser or using one of the offered clients. In most cases (at least with Football) you should be able to choose between multiple streaming options and different video quality.

Click this link to watch sporting events on

Accessible NCAA Tournament Bracket

Looking for an Accessible NCAA Tournament Bracket? Here's a site that you'll want to visit!

Accessible NCAA Tournament Bracket:

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