March Insanity schedule right this moment: Instances, channels, scores for Thursday’s NCAA Candy 16 video games

Only 16 teams remain in the 2022 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament, and three of the most popular picks to win the whole thing will tip off on Thursday.

The Sweet 16 will begin with some of the most highly anticipated matchups of the bracket to date with the West’s No. 1 Gonzaga taking on No. 4 Arkansas, and No. 2 Duke facing No. 3 Texas Tech. The South region will have its Elite Eight teams picked out as No. 2 Villanova will play No. 11 Michigan before No. 1 Arizona will matchup with No. 5 Houston.

MORE: Watch March Madness games live with Sling TV

Thursday will be a major day of games not only for college basketball fans, but bettors and those in bracket pools — who still have a shot. Gonzaga, Arizona, Duke and Villanova were among the top seven picks to win a national title at the beginning of the bracket selections, per the NCAA. From that list of top seven, Kansas is the only other team still playing as both No. 2 Kentucky and No. 1 Baylor have been eliminated.

The Sporting News has you covered with everything you need to watch the first day’s slate of Sweet 16 action on Thursday, including a full TV schedule and live stream information for the games.

March Madness live scores

Keep track of the latest scores, results and highlights from every game with The Sporting News’ live March Madness bracket.

Live NCAA Bracket | TV schedule | predictor tool

What channel is March Madness on today?

  • TV channels: CBS, TBS
  • Live streams: NCAA March Madness Live, Sling TV

The four March Madness games on Thursday will be broadcast by CBS and TBS, as will the remaining four Sweet 16 games on Friday.

Canadian fans can watch Thursday’s game on TSN1, TSN4,, and TSN Direct.

Thursday, March 24

How to live stream NCAA Tournament games

College basketball fans can watch every tournament game live with NCAA March Madness Live, but there will be other streaming options to tune into the games as well.

Sling TV features the best value to watch games on TBS, TNT and TruTV as it will have access to 49 of the 67 total games during March Madness. New subscribers can sign up for a $25 special rate to Sling TV’s blue bundle. After the trial period, it is a $35 per month cost.

The remaining 18 games can be streamed with a Paramount+ premium subscription for $9.99 to watch the matchups on CBS. That, combined with Sling TV, will be the cheapest option to stream every game.

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March Madness schedule 2022

Round 1

Thursday, March 17

No. 11 Michigan 75No. 6 Colorado State 63
No. 4 Providence 66No. 13 South Dakota State 57
No. 9 Memphis 64No. 8 Boise State 53
No. 1 Baylor 85No. 16 Norfolk State 49
No. 3 Tennessee 88No. 14 Longwood 56
No.12 Richmond 67No. 5 Iowa 63
No. 1 Gonzaga 93, No. 16 Georgia State 72
No. 8 North Carolina 95, No. 9 Marquette 63
No. 12 New Mexico State 70, No. 5 UConn 62
No. 15 Saint Peter’s 85, No. 2 Kentucky 79
No. 5 Saint Mary’s 82, No. 12 Indiana 53
No. 9 Creighton 72, No. 8 San Diego State 69 (OT)
No. 4 Arkansas 75, No. 13 Vermont 71
No. 7 Murray State 92, No. 10 San Francisco 87 (OT)
No. 4 UCLA 57, No.13 Akron 53
No. 1 Kansas 83, No. 16 Texas Southern 56

Friday, March 18

No. 7 Ohio State 54No. 10 Loyola-Chicago 41
No.2 Auburn 80, No. 15 Jacksonville State 61
No. 3 Texas Tech 97, No. 14 Montana State 62
No. 3 Purdue 78, No.14 Yale 56
No.2 Villanova 80, No. 15 Delaware 60
No. 10 Miami 68, No. 7 USC 66
No. 11 Notre Dame 78, No. 6 Alabama 64
No. 6 Texas 81, No. 11 Virginia Tech 73
No. 4 Illinois 54, No. 13 Chattanooga 53
No.2 Duke 78, No. 15 Cal State Fullerton 61
No. 11 Iowa State 59, No.6 LSU 54
No. 1 Arizona 87, No. 16 Wright State 70
No. 5 Houston 82, No. 12 UAB 68
No. 7 Michigan State 74, No.10 Davidson 73
No. 3Wisconsin 67, No.14 Colgate 60
No. 9 TCU 69, No. 8 Seton Hall 42

Round 2

Saturday, March 19

Sunday, March 20

Sweet 16

Thursday, March 24

Friday, March 25

Elite Eight

Saturday, March 26

Sunday, March 27

Final Four

Saturday, April 2

national championship

Monday, April 4

Game Time TV
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