The only problem with the NCAA tournament? The fact that games are played during business hours.
In 2012, problem averted. At least in part, as fans can now watch every NCAA game from anywhere, provided they have a computer, tablet or smart phone.
How, you ask?
If you head to the March Madness 2012 official website, you can sign up to have every single game stream live on your computer, smartphone, or tablet for just $3.99. Even better, if you subscribe to an eligible cable provider, you can enter your account number and have the fee waived.
And as if that wasn't good enough, CBS Sports will also be streaming live, free games on their official website whenever a game is airing on CBS.
Technology, you rock.
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