March Madness already started. Here’s the complete March Madness schedule for 2019, including live stream links and television info for every game on the way to the Final Four and NCAA championship game in Minneapolis. The 2019 NCAA tournament continued Sunday, March 24. No. 1 Duke survived to beat No. 9 UCF to advance to the Sweet 16. The official March Madness bracket, scores and schedule are below.
Thursday, March 28
Florida State vs. Gonzaga (7:09 pm) CBS
Purdue vs. Tennessee (7:29 pm ) TBS
Texas Tech vs. Michigan (9:39 pm) CBS
Oregon vs. Virginia (9:57 pm) TBS
Friday, March 29
LSU vs. Michigan State
Auburn vs. North Carolina
Virginia Tech vs. Duke
Houston vs. Kentucky
The 68-team single-elimination tournament holds 67 games over 19 days, a jam-packed end to the season that aptly earned the nickname March Madness.
The NCAA tournament begs with Selection Sunday, when the selection committee announces all 68 tournament teams, and ends with the Final Four and championship game three weeks later.