It’s that time of the year, again. You know, when the next three weeks will be full of memorable performances, wild buzzer-beaters and stressful finishes, to say the least. With most sports fans already settled on their March Madness 2013 brackets, it’s time sit back and enjoy this year’s NCAA Men’s Division tournament.
Since most games will take place during work hours, fans will have to rely on live streams for each and every game. But, this year, March Madness watching will be a little different considering the college-basketball tournament will require authentication for any game that’s shown on cable. Cable subscribers will have log in with their account information if the game they want to watch airs on TBS, TNT or truTV. The games available on CBS will still be available without logging in. (The NCAA’s website and apps are going to offer everyone a four hour grace period in which you can start watching without bothering about logging in.)