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NCAA Tournament Second Round: Game times, TV, and streaming info for Sunday’s games

Know when to watch UMBC.

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What was a somewhat ho-hum first Friday of the NCAA Tournament took a historic turn when 16 seed UMBC defeated 1 seed Virginia, 74-54, to become the first 16 to EVER advance to the Round of 32.

But you knew that already.

What you need to know is the schedule for Sunday, when UMBC meets Kansas State, Nevada plays Cincinnati, and more.

The Detroit pod will get the two stand-alone broadcasts, with Butler playing Purdue at 12:10 p.m. ET and Syracuse playing Michigan State shortly thereafter. Then the fun truly begins as we get three games going at once across the Turner networks. The Nevada-Cincinnati game will tip at 6:10 p.m. ET on TNT, while UMBC and Marshall will both play as the late games of their doubleheaders.

The full schedule, complete with networks and announcer pairings can be found below:

And, if you choose to stream the games, you can do so in a variety of ways, including March Madness Live, Hulu, CBS All Access (subject to regional availability), and Fubo.