Primer: NCAA tournament time, TV and streaming information

  • 03/15/2015 10:01 pm in

Indiana will open the NCAA tournament against Wichita State in Omaha, Nebraska on Friday at approximately 2:45 p.m. ET.

The game will be televised on CBS and Marv Albert, Chris Webber, Len Elmore and Craig Sager will handle broadcasting duties.

Indiana-Wichita State is part of Fridays’s first session ticket at the CenturyLink Center.

If Indiana tops Wichita State, the Hoosiers will face the winner of No. 2 Kansas and No. 15 New Mexico State (Fri., 12:15 p.m. ET). The winner of that game will advance to the Sweet 16 in the tournament’s Midwest region in Cleveland, Ohio.

Full weekend schedule, bracket, streaming video and ticket information after the jump.

Weekend Schedule:

Thursday, March 18

Practices (open to media and general public, all times local)

Noon-12:40 p.m. New Mexico State
12:45-1:25 p.m. Indiana
1:30-2:10 p.m. Kansas
2:15-2:55 p.m. Wichita State
4:25-5:05 p.m. Oregon
5:10-5:50 p.m. Wisconsin
5:55-6:35 p.m. Oklahoma State
6:40-7:20 p.m. Coastal Carolina

Friday, March 19

12:15 p.m., CBS: Kansas vs. New Mexico State
2:45 p.m., CBS: Wichita State vs. Indiana


6:50 p.m., TBS: Oregon vs. Oklahoma State
9:20 p.m., TBS: Wisconsin vs. Coastal Carolina

Sunday, March 21



View a full television schedule for the opening rounds of the NCAA tournament here.

Streaming Information:

All NCAA tournament broadcast will be available over the internet at As well as on the NCAA March Madness app on the iPhone, iPod and select Android devices.

Ticket Information:


Midwest Regional:

The Midwest regional semifinals and finals will be played at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio. Midwest regional games are scheduled to be played on March 26 and 28.


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  • Will ALL of the NCAA games be streamable this year? That would be a godsend for me as I don’t have a TV.

  • HoosierFanaticFromUSI

    How bogus that all 5 Indiana teams are in the same region as UK when the Final Four is in Indy.

  • Jonny McClain

    I thought it was odd as well when I saw the bracket revealed, but IMO the only team who has a chance to beat UK is Notre Dame and that game would be in Cleveland which is only 4 hours from South Bend.

  • dunbar

    Yeah b/c ND hoops fans travel like no other…they don’t even fill their 9,149-seat arena. Tons of empties even for big games. The fan apathy around that program is staggering. Plus Mike Brey doesn’t make it out of the first weekend. One S16 in 14 seasons at ND.