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Where to Watch NCAA Men’s Basketball Conference Championships Online

In reality, the “Madness” has already begun. Championship Week is like the delicious appetizer before the main course. We get just a taste of what’s next.  For some schools, it’s a last ditch effort to make it to the big dance. For others, it’s solidifying a tournament bid, or perhaps even sealing a #1 seed. Here is a breakdown of where you can catch some of the Conference Championship games live online.

Note: Some of the games below are streamed by We are always obliged to note that most, but not all, ISP’s offer ESPN3. If you aren’t familiar with, you can learn more here.

Saturday March 12th

Big 12

The 10th ranked Texas Longhorns are looking for their first Big 12 Conference Title, while #2 Kansas is fighting to hold onto a #1 seed.

6:00PM ET: Watch the Big 12 Championship: Texas vs. Kansas on

Big East

The Big East may very well send a whopping 11 teams to the NCAA Tournament. Even though Connecticut and Louisville both have essentially punched their tickets to March Madness, they’ll square of at 9PM ET on Saturday for the Big East Title. The game will be broadcast on ESPN and you can catch it online at

9:00 PM ET: Watch the Big East Championship: Connecticut vs. Louisville on

Sunday March 13th


The finalists have yet to be determined as we are writing, but the ACC Tournaments Championship will tip-off at 1PM ET on Sunday on ESPN. The game is also available on, but is subject to blackout in the ACC region. If you are in the blackout region, it means the game is being broadcast locally on TV. Check your local listings.

1:00PM ET: Watch Duke vs. North Carolina in the ACC Championship on

Big 10

We are also still waiting for the finalist in the Big 10, but the Big 10 Championship game starts at 3:30PM ET / 12:30 PT on Sunday. It’s live on CBS, but you can catch the action online at

3:30PM ET: Watch Penn St. vs. Ohio St. in the Big 10 Tournament Championship on

You’ll also be able to catch the Big 10 Tournament Finals on your iPhone or iPad with the mobile app.

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