Being a cord cutting sports fan can be difficult and beginning in 2016 you can add one more major sporting event to the list that cord cutters won’t be able to watch every year. Continue Reading >
It’s time again for March Madness. With March Madness Live App for iPhone, iPad, and Android, you can watch some (or perhaps all) of March Madness games live streaming on all your mobile devices and your computer. Continue Reading >
Without a Cable or Satellite TV Subscription, You Can No Longer Watch Every Game of March Madness Online
Unfortunately, you could pretty much see this one coming sooner or later. Turner Broadcasting had hinted at this move back in the Fall and now it’s official. If you don’t subscribe to the Turner family of networks (TNT, TBS, TruTV) through your cable or satellite provider, you won’t be able to watch games broadcast on those channels online or on you mobile devices. Continue Reading >
Much of the fun of College Basketball’s March Madness is centered on filling out a bracket and following during the tourney. PocketBracket app let’s you fill out your NCAA Men’s Basketball bracket on your iPhone or Android device.
As the college basketball season winds it way towards March Madness, ESPN releases it’s 2013 addition of the Bracket Bound app for iPhone and iPad. Continue Reading >
For the past several years the NCAA has provided free access to every March Madness live online to fans. That will change in 2012. The online access will now be called “March Madness Live” and will provide access via computer, iPad, iPhone, and Android for a one-time fee of $3.99.
The song “One Shining Moment,” along with a video montage of the NCAA Mens Basketball tournament, has been played after the National CHampionship game since 1987. Here is the 2011 edition. Congrats the the UConn Huskies!
The VCU Rams & Head Coach Shaka Smart have emerged as the definitive story of this years edition of March Madness. From their somewhat unexpected inclusion in the tournament to their very unlikely appearance in the Final Four. This video features scenes from the student celebration in downtown Richmond, Va after VCU’s victory over Kansas. It includes a VCU chant set to music. Enjoy. Continue Reading >
Gus Johnson has become a bit of a cult figure. His exuberant calls have become instant YouTube and talk radio classics. College basketball fans may be in for more classic Gus Johnson this weekend as he and partner Len Elmore will be among the announcing teams calling the action for the 2011 NCAA Basketball Tournament.
Gus will be behind the mic for First Round (don’t call it a play in) games between UT-San Antonio and Alabama St., and USC and VCU in Dayton, Ohio. Sadly, Thursday & Saturday will be a Gus free days. Gus and partner Len Elmore will T-it-up for 4 games on Friday and 2 more on Sunday. CBS unfortunately has them stuck in cable purgatory of TNT/TruTV, but you can catch them online if you don’t have one or both of those channels. Continue Reading >
Yeah, really. Last month I heard a sports talk show mention a local urologist running a marketing campaign to encourage men who were planning on a vasectomy to schedule it around March Madness. Why? You’re going to have to lie on the coach and rest for a few days after the procedure, so why not get it done when there is plenty of hoops action to keep you entertained.
Here is a commercial ad from one clinic in Virginia promoting “Vasectomy Madness.”
Most College Basketball fans are probably well aware that CBS and the NCAA have provided every game of the NCAA Men’s tournament live over the Internet for the past several years. And yes, March Madness on Demand returns once again in 2011.