It’s time for the 2018 NCAA Tournament and here’s what you need to know to watch CBS if Time Warner Cable is your cable provider.
The 2018 NCAA Tournament is here and that means it’s time for three glorious weeks of college hoops. For college basketball fans this is the the most exciting time of the year, and for good reason. It doesn’t get much better than days and days full of games, but be sure you know how to find CBS if Time Warner Cable is your cable provider.
CBS will once again be the main channel for all of the tournament action as well as the Final Four and National Championship games. CBS Sports and Turner Sports will be presenting all of the games across multiple networks throughout the tournament on CBS, TruTV, TBS, and TNT.
The tournament begins with the First Four games March 13 and 14 in Dayton, Ohio, followed by the First and Second Rounds March 15-17. The Regionals (Sweet Sixteen and Elite Eight) take place March 22-25. The Midwest Regional will play in Omaha, the West Regional will play in Los Angeles, the South Regional will play in Atlanta and the East Regional will play in Boston. The Regionals lead up to the Final Four in San Antonio, Texas on March 31, and the 2018 Championship Game will be played on April 2 live on CBS.
If you’re not sure about which channel CBS is on in your area if Comcast Xfinity is your cable provider, we have you covered. Be advised that not all markets offer CBS live television via Time Warner Cable. If you’re not sure about whether or not you can view CBS on Time Warner you can check here for CBS listings in your area
CBS has its own streaming service, CBS All Access, and an upgraded subscription will allow you to access CBS during the tournament through a local CBS affiliate.
Be sure to follow along with FanSided for all for all of the 2018 NCAA Tournament action.