We’re not advocating slacking off on your job responsibilities to watch the NCAA Tournament games this afternoon. But let’s be realistic.
The first two days of the NCAA Tournament have become a national holiday of sorts in our culture, and ignoring the urge to track your picks is just futile.
So here is a way to watch all of the March Madness games on a live stream from your desk top. The NCAA March Madness site, a cross-platform service offered by Turner Broadcasting and the NCAA in partnership with participating TV providers, will be making all of its games available live from your smartphone, tablet or computer.
Games airing on CBS can be watched live from the site while games airing on truTV, TNT and TBS will require entering credentials from a participating cable or satellite provider.
The service lets you stream different games on your computer and your mobile device, which means you can watch two games happening at once.
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The best part of the site is a “boss button” that takes you to a page featuring a mock bar graph, which gives the look that you’re actually accomplishing something through all the madness.
And if all else fails, our resident NCAA Tournament expert, Bracket Boy, offers a get-out-of-work note to give to your boss HERE.