When is the final four in NCAA?
The NCAA Final Four on April 4 will kick off a month of festivities. French Quarter Fest and Jazz Fest will follow. After the tournament, the court will find a new home with the championship team.
Who won the NCAA Tournament this year?
What looked like a lost cause turned into one of the sweetest wins ever for Kansas. The Jayhawks won their fourth NCAA title Monday thanks to a second-half flurry that erased a 16-point deficit and eventually overcame North Carolina 72-69 in an epic battle of power programs.
What is the NCAA Sweet 16?
The Sweet 16 matchups are set and they feature a No. 15 seed for just the third time ever and a No. 10 seed facing a No. 11 seed for only the fourth time.
Is March Madness Live Free?
Unlike certain other streaming apps, March Madness Live doesn’t require you to sign in with any existing pay-TV information. Instead, you can stream up to three hours of March Madness entirely for free without needing to provide any cable login information.
Monday, Jan. 10
College Football Playoff National Championship Game
No. 3 Georgia 33, No. 1 Alabama 18
Illinois 30, Nebraska 22
Fresno State 45, UConn 0
UCLA 44, Hawai’i 10
Indiana State 26, Eastern Illinois 21
North Carolina Central 23, Alcorn State 14 (Center Parc Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia)
UTEP 30, New Mexico State 3
San Jose State 45 , Southern Utah 14
No. 9 Baylor 21, No. 5 Oklahoma State 16 (Big 12 Championship Game)
Northern Illinois 41, Kent State 23 (MAC Championship Game)
East Tennessee State 32, Kennesaw State 31 (FCS — Second Round)
James Madison 59 , SE Louisiana 20 (FCS — Second Round)
Utah State 46, No.
Saturday, Dec. 18
DII national championship (McKinney, Texas)
Ferris State 58, Valdosta State 17
Friday, Dec. 24
Memphis vs. Hawai’i — Game will not be played (Hawai’i unable to play due to COVID-19 cases along with season-ending injuries and transfers)
Tuesday, Dec. 28
No. 18 NC State vs. UCLA — Game will not be played (UCLA unable to play due to COVID-19 protocols within the program)
Friday, Dec. 31
No. 17 Wake Forest 38, Rutgers 10 (No. 25 Texas A&M out because of COVID)