March Madness has arrived! It's time to fill out those brackets.
Tournament games kick off this week! Below, you can find all of the information you need to start March Madness off right.
Click the link below to download a printable PDF bracket
Here's how you can watch the games online:
CBS is televising 24 games, including the national championship and the Final Four. These games won't require a cable or satellite password through the app or website, but they are viewable only on phones, tablets and computers — not streaming devices such as Apple TV, Roku or Fire TV.
You'll need a password for the remaining games, which are split among the Turner-owned cable channels — TBS, TNT and truTV. There's a three-hour grace period on most devices. You could get some 40 devices to watch all the games for free, but getting cable service might be cheaper. Streaming devices are OK for watching, but there's no grace period. Games also will be available on individual apps for TBS, TNT and truTV — again with a password.
On desktops and laptops, the March Madness website will have a "boss button" on the upper right corner. One click replaces the game with a fake screenshot of a note-taking or PowerPoint-like app.