well, anybody know? I live in Wisconsin and I am dreading the possibility that Gumby will make me watch Villanova.
at least it's not just us?
yeah I have the same question. Anyone have any insight?
I know CBS carries every game and assume its purely regional as to what games ppl get. I'm hoping I'll get Michigan on Thurs (I live in Cleveland) but have no clue how to find out.
so am definitely watching Nova. In that case, on to the bar!
Looks like I'm screwed---living in Cleveland, I'll probably get the Akron/Gonzaga game at 7:25 which overlaps the M game.
If CBS switches games, use March Madness on Demand at NCAA.com
Depending on the cable service you can sometimes get every game if you have a digital cable package. Unless they made that exclusively for DirecTV this year.
my first suggestion would be to go to your local cbs affiliate's website and see if they list which game they will be broadcasting. Next I would look at your local cable provider and see if they specify. Other than that you can contact local sports bars to see if they carry all the games or try march madness on demand, which seems to be free online.
I found out by going to the cable provider's website and looking at the TV listings. And I found out the bad news. For some reason, being 70 miles from an ACC school is not enough for them to put on an ACC game - which by the way is clearly going to be the better one. I'm pulling for Villanova to stomp American bloody so CBS pulls it for a better matchup.
this morning. And after plans to attend BW3's, I no longer have too.
MICHIGAN vs Clemson 6 o'clock here in Tennessee!!!!!!On the local CBS. Maybe Clemson is why I don't know, I don't care I get my boys!!!
Maybe its by the region brackets? I'm in the South and Michigan is in the South Bracket. That might be how it works.