Tuesday, May 18

Today’s March Madness Schedule: Schedules, Channels, and Scores for Saturday’s Round 1 NCAA Tournament Games



Did you have fun on the first full day of March Madness? Very good. Because on Saturday you can do it all over again.

Round 1 of the 2021 NCAA Tournament will continue through Saturday with another 16-game roster set. The Round of 64 will end with 32 teams taking center stage with 16 teams preparing to advance to Round 2.

We’ll get our first look at the No. 1 overall seed, the undefeated Gonzaga Bulldogs, on Saturday when they face the winner of the entry game between Mount St. Mary’s and Texas Southern. The first game of the day will be a 12-5 matchup between Colorado and Georgetown. The Hoyas surprised the world by winning the Big East title as the eighth seed in that tournament, and there is unexpected potential there.

Hopefully their group is not broken yet, as Saturday’s schedule is packed with potential unexpected special offers and we’ll see if this is another year where a First Four team can pull off a surprise and advance to Round 32. Neither could do it in 2019, but historically, chances are a team will push or move closer to it.

Here you will find everything you need to know about the first round of the NCAA tournament, including a full schedule with TV channels and kick-off times.

MORE: Watch select March Madness games live on fuboTV (7-day free trial)

March Madness Schedule: What Games Are There Today?

Saturday March 20

Game Time Channel
(5) Colorado vs. (12) Georgetown 12:15 pm CBS, fuboTV
(4) State of Florida v. (13) UNC Greensboro 12:45 pm truTV
(3) Kansas vs. (14) Eastern Washington 1:15 pm TBS
(8) LSU vs. (9) San Buenaventura 1:45 pm TNT
(1) Michigan vs. (16) Texas Southern 3 pm CBS, fuboTV
(5) Creighton vs. (12) UC Santa Barbara 3:30 pm truTV
(2) Alabama vs. (15) Iona 4 pm TBS
(6) USC vs. (11) Drake 4:30 pm TNT
(2) Iowa vs. (15) Grand Canyon 6:25 pm TBS
(7) Connecticut vs. (10) Maryland 7:10 pm CBS, fuboTV
(4) Virginia vs. (13) Ohio 7:15 pm truTV
(8) Oklahoma vs. (9) Missouri 7:25 pm TNT
(1) Gonzaga vs. (16) Norfolk State 9:20 pm TBS
(6) BYU vs. (11) UCLA 9:40 pm CBS, fuboTV
(3) Texas vs. (14) Abilene Christian 9:50 pm truTV
(7) Oregon vs. (10) VCU 9:57 pm TNT

All the eastern time

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How to watch, stream NCAA tournament games

5. Colorado vs. 12 Georgetown

  • Time: 12:15 pm
  • Television channel: CBS
  • Live broadcast: Paramount +, fuboTV
  • Transmission equipment: Andrew Catalon, Steve Lappas, AJ Ross

4. Florida State vs. 13 UNC Greensboro

  • Time: 12:45 pm
  • Television channel: truTV
  • Live broadcast: March Madness Live
  • Transmission equipment: Brian Anderson, Jim Jackson, Allie LaForce

3. Kansas vs. 14 Eastern Washington

  • Time: 1:15 pm
  • Television channel: TBS
  • Live broadcast: March Madness Live
  • Transmission equipment: Brad Nessler, Steve Lavin and Evan Washburn

8. LSU vs. 9. San Buenaventura

  • Time: 1:45 pm
  • Television channel: TNT
  • Live broadcast: March Madness Live
  • Transmission equipment: Carter Blackburn, Debbie Antonelli and Dana Jacobson

1. Michigan vs. 16. Texas Southern

  • Time: 3 pm
  • Television channel: CBS
  • Live broadcast: Paramount +, fuboTV
  • Transmission equipment: Ian Eagle, Jim Spanarkel and Jamie Erdahl

5. Creighton vs. 12. UC Santa Barbara

  • Time: 3:30 pm
  • Television channel: truTV
  • Live broadcast: March Madness Live
  • Transmission equipment: Lisa Byington, Steve Smith and Lauren Shehadi

2. Alabama vs. 15. Iona

  • Time: 4 pm
  • Television channel: TBS
  • Live broadcast: March Madness Live
  • Transmission equipment: Andrew Catalon, Steve Lappas, AJ Ross

6. USC vs. 11. Drake

  • Time: 4:30 pm
  • Television channel: TNT
  • Live broadcast: March Madness Live
  • Transmission equipment: Brian Anderson, Jim Jackson, Allie LaForce

2. Iowa vs. the Grand Canyon

  • Time: 6:25 pm
  • Television channel: TBS
  • Live broadcast: March Madness Live
  • Transmission equipment: Brad Nessler, Steve Lavin and Evan Washburn

7. UConn vs. 10 Maryland

  • Time: 7:10 pm
  • Television channel: CBS
  • Live broadcast: Paramount +, fuboTV
  • Transmission equipment: Ian Eagle, Jim Spanarkel and Jamie Erdahl

4. Virginia vs. 13. Ohio

  • Time: 7:15 pm
  • Television channel: truTV
  • Live broadcast: March Madness Live
  • Transmission equipment: Carter Blackburn, Debbie Antonelli and Dana Jacobson

8. Oklahoma vs. 9. Missouri

  • Time: 7:25 pm
  • Television channel: TNT
  • Live broadcast: March Madness Live
  • Transmission equipment: Tom McCarthy, Avery Johnson and Lauren Shehadi

1. Gonzaga vs. 16. Norfolk State

  • Time: 9:20 pm
  • Television channel: TBS
  • Live broadcast: March Madness Live
  • Transmission equipment: Brian Anderson, Jim Jackson, Allie LaForce

6. BYU vs. 11. UCLA

  • Time: 9:40 pm
  • Television channel: CBS
  • Live broadcast: Paramount +, fuboTV
  • Transmission equipment: Andrew Catalon, Steve Lappas, AJ Ross

3. Texas vs. Abilene Christian

  • Time: 9:50 pm
  • Television channel: truTV
  • Live broadcast: March Madness Live
  • Transmission equipment: Lisa Byington, Steve Smith and Lauren Shehadi

7. VCU vs. 10. Oregon

  • Time: 9:57 pm
  • Television channel: TNT
  • Live broadcast: March Madness Live
  • Transmission equipment: Brad Nessler, Steve Lavin and Evan Washburn

March Madness scores, results

Game
Colorado vs. Georgetown
State of Florida vs. UNC Greensboro
Kansas vs. Eastern Washington
LSU vs. San Buenaventura
Michigan vs. South Texas
Creighton vs. UC Santa Barbara
Alabama vs. Iona
USC vs. Drake
Iowa vs. the Grand Canyon
UConn vs. Maryland
Virginia vs. Ohio
Oklahoma vs. Missouri
Gonzaga vs. Norfolk State
BYU vs. UCLA
Texas vs. Abilene Christian
Oregon vs. VCU




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