NCAA MARCH MADNESS TONIGHT- Miami Vs Kansas: Live Free Stream Reddit tonight. March Madness officially gets into full swing Saturday with second round games in the 2022 NCAA men’s basketball tournament. Sixty-four teams are battling for a spot in the Final Four in New Orleans and a national championship. NCAA men’s basketball tournament 2022: How to watch every March Madness game | FREE streams

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The games will be televised on CBS, TNT, TBS and TruTV all the way until the national championship game on Monday, April 4.

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What: 2022 NCAA men’s basketball tournament.

When: Thursday, March 17 through Monday, April 4, 2022.

TV: CBS, TBS, TNT and TruTV.

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Check out some of what John Marshall of the Associated Press wrote as he previewed the NCAA tournament:

March Madness is about to get its roar back.

A year after attendance was limited, the 2022 NCAA tournaments are a full-go for fans again. Arenas will be packed from San Diego to Buffalo, the road to a title paved with the sounds we’ve come to expect with all those buzzer beaters and breakout performances.

Two years of pent-up energy is about to be released and it’s going to be a noisy ride.

Here’s a few things to watch on the men’s side as the NCAA Tournament kicks off:


Gonzaga. The Zags went to the title game a year ago. They may be even better this season.

Arizona. Tommy Lloyd has taken what he helped create with Mark Few at Gonzaga and turned the Wildcats into a powerhouse.

Kansas. Ochai Agbaji and the Jayhawks have the type of team that can make a deep run. They may have the easiest road to the Final Four, too.

Baylor. The Bears won last year’s national championship despite not winning the Big 12 title. It could be a repeat performance.


South Dakota State. The Jackrabbits put points up in bunches and haven’t lost since mid-December.

Loyola Chicago. Never doubt a team with Sister Jean on its side.

Murray State. The Racers have three players who can take over a game at any time and hit the tournament on a 20-game winning streak.

Chattanooga. The Mocs have some bite and a big-time scorer in Malachi Smith.


Chet Holmgren, Gonzaga. Built like a center, plays like a guard, unlike anyone we’ve ever seen.

Paolo Banchero, Duke. Potential No. 1 NBA draft pick has the game to take Coach K on a deep run in his final NCAA Tournament.

Oscar Tshiebwe, Kentucky. The Wildcats’ big man wants a rebound, he’s going to get it. Got an offensive game to go with that tenacity, too.

Keegan Murray, Iowa. Electric and efficient. He could be this year’s bracket breakout star.

The First Four games in Dayton, Ohio, that took place across Tuesday and Wednesday may have signaled the official beginning of the 2022 NCAA Tournament, but the first full wall-to-wall day of action tips off Thursday with first-round action from all corners of the bracket. The first game of the day will be No. 6 seed Colorado State taking on No. 11 seed Michigan in South Region action in Indianapolis, the first of 16 first round contests held in four different host cities.

After last year’s NCAA Tournament included an adjusted schedule and sites entirely based in the state of Indiana, this year’s tournament brings the return of full arenas with fans who have traveled the country to follow their favorite college basketball programs.

It should make for a terrific environment when Kentucky or Tennessee take the floor in Indianapolis, while Fort Worth gets to play host to both No. 1 seeds from the Big 12 Baylor and Kansas and the fan bases of UConn and Providence descend on Buffalo. Overall No. 1 seed Gonzaga will make just a quick trip across the state line to its First Round site in Oregon, where fellow West Coast Conference mate Saint Mary’s also gets to start its tournament march.

The return of fans and cross-country action is just one of several storylines to follow as we watch the action unfold in the First Round of the 2022 NCAA Tournament. Now let’s move from the bleachers to the court with three big storylines for Thursday.

Gonzaga, Baylor begin pursuit of another Final Four run

Both of the teams in last year’s national championship game will be in action on Thursday, starting with the reigning champion Baylor at 2 p.m. ET against No. 16 seed Norfolk State. The Bears finished the regular season strong with five straight wins but a one-game stay in the Big 12 tournament kept Scott Drew’s team off the radar throughout the weekend until they were revealed as one of the four No. 1 seeds on Selection Sunday.

Baylor is expectedly a heavy favorite to win its first game, but the team’s long-term tournament outlook will be a discussion in the wake of Wednesday’s announcement that leading scorer LJ Cryer (out with a foot injury since Feb. 16) will not be available for the first our second round.

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