Primer: NCAA tournament time, TV, ticket and streaming information

Dylan Burkhardt

BMO-Harris-Bradley-Center[1]Michigan will open the NCAA tournament against Wofford in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on Thursday at 7:10 p.m.

The game will be televised on CBS and Ian Eagle, Jim Spanarkel and Lewis Johnson will handle broadcasting duties.

Michigan-Wofford is part of Thursday’s second session ticket at the BMO Harris Bradley Center.

If Michigan tops Wofford, the Wolverines will face the winner of No. 7 Texas and No. 10 Arizona State (Thurs, 9:40 p.m.). The winner of that game will advance to the Sweet 16 in the tournament’s Midwest region in Indianapolis, Ind.

Full weekend schedule, bracket, streaming video and ticket information after the jump.

Weekend Schedule:

Wednesday, March 19th

  • Practices (open to media and public)
  • Noon-12:40 p.m. American
  • 12:45-1:25 p.m. BYU
  • 1:30-2:10 p.m. Wisconsin
  • 2:15-2:55 p.m. Oregon
  • 4:25-5:05 p.m. Michigan
  • 5:10-5:50 p.m. Texas
  • 5:55-6:35 p.m. Wofford
  • 6:40-7:20 p.m. Arizona State

Thursday, March 20th:

  • 12:40 p.m., truTV: Wisconsin vs. American
  • 3:10 p.m., truTV: Oregon vs. BYU
  • 7:10 p.m., CBS: Michigan vs. Wofford
  • 9:40 p.m., CBS: Texas vs. Arizona St.

Saturday, March 22nd

  • 5:10 p.m. (eastern), CBS: Michigan vs. Texas

View a full television schedule for the opening rounds of the NCAA tournament here.

Streaming Information:

All NCAA tournament broadcast will be available over the internet at As well as on the NCAA March Madness app on the iPhone, iPod and select Android devices.

Ticket Information:

Midwest Regional:

The Midwest regional semifinals and finals will be played at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana. Midwest regional games are scheduled to be played on March 28th and 30th, 2014.

  • arsenal926

    A potential midwest regional of Lousiville-Kentucky and Michigan-Duke would be a must have ticket. Cant even imagine how wild the atmosphere would be in Indianapolis.

    I imagine they would do the same as last year and put the court in the endzone, but they could easily sell 70,000 tickets for those games if they wanted to.

    • Mark Worthley

      Will Wichita St. spoil the party?