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Big Ten Tournament 2019 schedule: How to watch NCAA basketball games without cable



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Matt McQuaid from Michigan State kisses the logo after defeating Michigan Wolverines on March 9.


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Get your bracketology ready for Mars Madness later this month? A great way to prepare for the 2019 NCAA tournament is to check out the leading conference championships this week. 2019 The Big Ten tournament starts on March 13th.

After a Michigan State victory over Michigan, the Big Ten Conference has sown Michigan State Number One. They will meet on Friday March 15 against the winning teams from the matches on March 14th.

Before that happens, the low-ranking teams – seeds 5-14 – will start on Wednesday 13 March. The Big Ten tournaments wind up Sunday, March 17, leading up to the selection Sunday show that night.

So how can you look at all the big ten documents this year? The first rounds of the week are on the Big Ten Network while the semi-finals and the championship are flying this weekend at CBS (note that CNET is a division of CBS). Thanks to live TV streaming services you can watch even if there is no cable subscription. Like this.

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When are the big ten tournament games on?

With 14 teams invited to fight the Big Ten, the NCAA has four rounds leading up to the championship.

March 13: First Round

Games 1: No. 12 Rutgers vs. No. 13 Nebraska at 6:30 on the Big Ten Network
Game 2: No. 11 Illinois vs. No. 14 Northwestern 9 am on the Big Ten Network

March 14: Second Round

Game 3: No. 8 Ohio State vs. No. 9 Indiana at 12:30 pm at Big Ten Network
Games 4: No. 5 Maryland vs. Game 1 Winner at 3pm on the Big Ten Network
Games 5: No. 7 Minnesota vs. No. 10 Penn State at 7 p.m. at Big Ten Network
Games 6: No 6 Iowa vs Game 2 Winner at 9:30 pm on the Big Ten Network

March 15: Quarterfinals

Games 7: No 1 Michigan State vs Game 3 Winner at 12:30 pm at Big Ten Network
Games 8: No 4 Wisconsin vs. Game 4 Winners at 3 pm on the Big Ten Network
Games 9: No 2 Purdue vs Game 5 Winners at 7 on the Big Ten Network
Games 10: No 3 Michigan vs Game 6 winners at 9:30 pm on Big Ten Network

March 16: Semifinals

Games 11: Play 7 winners against Game 8 winners at 1 p.m. at CBS
Games 12: Games 9 winners vs. Game 10 winners at 3:30 pm on CBS

March 17: Championship Games 13 at 3:30 p.m. at CBS

How can I watch the games live?

Many cable and satellite services have Big Ten Network and CBS, but if you do not have a cable, you can use a TV streaming service to watch live. However, to be able to look at CBS's coverage, you must ensure that the service carries your local CBS station.

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DirectTV Now ($ 55)

DirecTV Now the Just Right package is $ 55 a month and includes the Big Ten Network and CBS. Click here to check if it carries CBS in your area.


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