College Basketball fans, the madness of March is about to begin.
Like previous years, all 67 games were broadcast on CBS or a partner TV station.
Also all CBS games are free to watch online at NCAA.com/marchmadness, cbssports.com and ableacherreport.com.
If you'd rather watch on a the go, i-Phone, Android and Windows phone users can download the free NCAA March Madness live app to watch CBS games for free.
To watch games airing on a partner network, TVS, TNT or True TV, viewers will have to enter their cable subscriber information to gain access.
One new twist in a broadcast schedule this year is the final four games, we'll have three different broadcasts.
The main one and then separate ones to cater to the two contending teams.
In San Francisco, I am Kara Tsuboi, CNET.com for CBS news.
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