March Madness bracket: Full schedule, TV channels, scores for 2023 NCAA Tournament games

2023 March Madness printable clip

Is this the most open NCAA tournament in recent memory?

The usual suspects are still there, yes — the likes of Kansas and Gonzaga will never leave the picture — but traditional powers like Duke and Kentucky didn’t seem like the world champions of years past.

The top of the college basketball rankings was also riddled with losses all season. Some of the country’s top teams lost games in the final month of the regular season. This NCAA tournament could really show how crazy March can be.

DeCourcy (Alabama) | Bender (Kansas) | Fagan (Marquette) | Pohnl (Kansas)

That’s not even including the storylines that will dominate this year’s tournament, including whether Bill Self’s Kansas squad can become the first repeat champion since Florida won repeat titles in 2006 and 2007. The Gators ousted Duke, who won back-to-back championships in 1991 and 1992.

Speaking of the Blue Devils, Jon Scheyer will be coaching his first NCAA tournament since replacing the legendary Coach K – his team’s performance will be of great interest across the country. Could he become the first freshman coach since Michigan’s Steve Fisher in 1989 to lead an NCAA tournament title run?

MORE: Watch select NCAA tournament games live with Sling TV

On the West Coast, Mick Cronin’s UCLA team – soon to be making the Big Ten – will seek to become the first Pac-12 team to win the NCAA tournament since Arizona in 1997. Remaining in the Pacific time zone, Drew Timme will have one final ride with Gonzaga while Mark Few seeks to win his first NCAA tournament title after narrowly missing in 2017 and 2021.

Then there’s the Crimson Tide, whose March Madness run will include a cloud over the team after it was revealed that all-American talent Brandon Miller is linked to a mid-January shooting that led to a murder charge against the former Teammate Darius Miles led.

The Sporting News has everything you need to know to watch the 2023 NCAA tournament from start to finish:

March Madness Live Bracket

For live tournament class updates and information on how to watch March Madness, see the links below.

TSN’s MARCH MADNESS headquarters
Live NCAA Bracket | TV Schedule | Printable PDF

Printable bracket of the 2023 NCAA tournament

Get an updated, printable NCAA tournament bracket to fill out here. TSN will update the bracket during March Madness.

2023 NCAA Tournament Schedule, Results

You can also follow scores and results on TSN’s March Madness Bracket live page.

First Four

Tuesday March 14th

Wednesday March 15th

round 1

Thursday March 16th

(9) Maryland 67, (8) West Virginia 65
(13) Furman 68, (4) Virginia 67
(7) Missouri 76, (10) State of Utah 65
(1) Kansas 96, (16) Howard 68
(1) Alabama 96, (16) Texas A&M-CC 75
(5) State of San Diego 63, (12) Charleston 57
(15) Princeton 59, (2) Arizona 55
(8) Arkansas 73, (9) Illinois 63
(9) Maroon 83, (8) Iowa 75
(5) Duke 74, (12) Verbal Roberts 51
(2) Texas 81, (15) Colgate61
(7) Northwest 75, (10) State of Boise 67
(1) Houston 63, (16) Northern Kentucky 52
(4) Tennessee 58, (13)Louisiana 55
(10) Pennsylvania State 76, (7) Texas A&M 59
(2)UCLA86, (15) UNC-Asheville 53

Friday March 17th

(7) State of Michigan 72, (10) USC62
(3) Xavier 72, (14) State of Kennesaw 67
(3) Baylor 74, (14) UC Santa Barbara 56
(5) Mary 63, (12) VCU 51
(2) Marquette 78, (15) Vermont 61
(11) Pit 59, (6) State of Iowa 41
(6) Creighton 72, (11) NC state 63
(4) UConn 87, (13) Iona 63
(16) Fairleigh Dickinson, 63, (1) Purdue 58
(6) Kentucky 61, (11) Providence 53
(5) Miami (Florida) 63, (12) Drake 56
(3) Gonzaga 82, (14) Grand Canyon 70
(9) Florida Atlantic 66, (8) Memphis 65
(3) State of Kansas 77, (14) State of Montana 65
(4) Indiana 71, (13) State of Kent 60
(6) TCU 72, (11) State of Arizona 70

round 2

Saturday March 18th

Sunday March 19th

Gametime (ET)TV
(11) Pitt vs. (3) Xavier12:10 p.mCBS
(6) Kentucky vs. (3) State of Kansas2:40 p.mCBS
(7) Michigan State vs. (2) Marquette5:15 p.mCBS
(5) Saint Mary’s vs. (4) UConn6:10 p.mTNT, Sling TV
(6) Creighton vs. (3) Baylor7:10 p.mTBS, Sling TV
(16) Fairleigh Dickinson vs. (9) Florida Atlantic7:45 p.mTruTV, Sling TV
(5) Miami (Fla.) vs. (4) Indiana8:40 p.mTNT, Sling TV
(6) TCU vs. (3) Gonzaga9:40 p.mTBS, Sling TV

sweet 16

Thursday, March 23rd

Gametime (ET)TV
TBD vs. TBD6:15 p.mTBS, Sling TV
TBD vs. TBD19 o’clockCBS
TBD vs. TBD8:45 p.mTBS, Sling TV
TBD vs. TBD9:30CBS

Friday March 24th

Gametime (ET)TV
TBD vs. TBD6:15 p.mTBS, Sling TV
TBD vs. TBD19 o’clockCBS
TBD vs. TBD8:45 p.mTBS, Sling TV
TBD vs. TBD9:30CBS

Elite Eight

Saturday March 25th

Gametime (ET)TV
TBD vs. TBD6 p.mTBS, Sling TV
TBD vs. TBD8:30 p.mTBS, Sling TV

Sunday March 26th

Gametime (ET)TV
TBD vs. TBD14 o’clockCBS
TBD vs. TBD4:55 p.mCBS

last four

Saturday April 1st

Gametime (ET)TV
TBD vs. TBD6 p.mCBS
TBD vs. TBD8:30 p.mCBS

National Championship

Monday, April 3rd

Gametime (ET)TV
TBD vs. TBD21 clockCBS

Here’s how to watch and stream March Madness games

The NCAA tournament will be broadcast on CBS and Warner Bros. Discovery (TBS, TNT and truTV).

Below is a breakdown of each broadcaster which matches will be broadcast:

Round TV channel Live broadcast
First FourTruTVNCAA March Madness Live, Sling TV
round 1CBS, TBS, TNT, TruTVNCAA March Madness Live, Sling TV
round 2CBS, TBS, TNT, TruTVNCAA March Madness Live, Sling TV
sweet 16CBS, TBSNCAA March Madness Live, Sling TV
Elite EightCBS, TBSNCAA March Madness Live, Sling TV
last fourCBSNCAA March Madness Live
National ChampionshipCBSNCAA March Madness Live

The NCAA tournament can be streamed in full via the NCAA March Madness Live app. Another option for streamers and cable cutters is Sling TV, whose “Sling Blue” package offers a $20 discount for the first month before increasing to $40 per month.

Here’s a breakdown of where to stream the NCAA tournament:

sling blueParamount+ premiumYouTube TVFootball TVHulu + Live TVDirectTV stream

NCAA Tournament Venues 2023

Below is a full breakdown of the NCAA tournament venues and venues:

First Four Dayton, OhioUD Arena
Rounds 1-2Birmingham, Ala.Legacy Arena
DesMoines, IowaWells Fargo Arena
Orlando, Fla.Amway Center
Sacramento, CaliforniaGolden 1 middle
Albany, New YorkMVP Arena
Columbus, OhioNationwide arena
Denverball arena
Greensboro, NCGreensboro Coliseum
Sweet 16/Elite EightLas VegasT-Mobile Arena
new YorkMadison Square Garden
Kansas City, Mo.T Mobile Center
Louisville, Ky.KFC Yummy! center
last fourHoustonNRG Stadium

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