How many hours of watching basketball is too many hours of watching basketball? Thursday, many people will see if 12 is too many. From a little after noon until about midnight on Thursday, the NCAA Tournament's first day will be in full swing. Scroll down to see the entire schedule for Thursday.
This year's NCAA Tournament games are being broadcast on CBS, truTV, TNT, and TBS. If you don't have access to a TV, however, no fret. If you want to watch online you can head to March Madness Live for live streaming or to download the app on your tablet or mobile device.
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Thursday, March 21 (Games in Lexington, San Jose, Salt Lake City, and Auburn Hills) All Times EDT.
Valparaiso vs. Michigan State, 12:15p.m. (CBS)
Bucknell vs. Butler, 12:40p.m. (TruTV)
Wichita State vs. Pittsburgh, 1:40p.m. (TBS)
New Mexico State vs. Saint Louis, 2:10p.m. (TNT)
Saint Mary's vs. Memphis, 2:40p.m. (CBS)
Davidson vs. Marquette, 3:10p.m. (TruTV)
Southern vs. Gonzaga, 4:10p.m. (TBS)
Oregon vs. Oklahoma State, 4:40p.m. (TNT)
North Carolina A&T vs. Louisville, 6:50p.m. (TBS)
South Dakota State vs. Michigan, 7:15p.m. (CBS)
Belmont vs. Arizona, 7:20p.m. (TNT)
California vs. UNLV, 7:27p.m. (TruTV)
Missouri vs. Colorado State, 9:20p.m. (TBS)
Akron vs. VCU, 9:45p.m. (CBS)
Harvard vs. New Mexico, 9:50p.m. (TNT)
Montana vs. Syracuse, 9:57p.m. (TruTV)