Sufferers of March Madness and bracket fever who can’t be near a television for the NCAA Basketball Championship Selection Show Sunday from 6 p.m.-7 p.m. ET won’t be benched if they have access to a broadband connection, iPhone, iPod Touch, or FLO TV-enabled mobile phone.
CBS Sports announced that the NCAA Basketball Championship Selection Show will be streamed live on NCAA March Madness on Demand, as well as via MMOD apps for the Apple devices and FLO TV phones. Standard-quality and high-quality video players will be available.
Immediately following the NCAA Basketball Championship Selection Show, CBSSports.com will present the 2010 Live Bracket Breakdown Show, hosted by Jason Horowitz with CBSSports.com senior basketball writer Gary Parrish and college-basketball insider Jon Rothstein. From 7:05 p.m.-8:05 p.m., the online special will break down each region on the brackets and provide details on match-ups.
The 2010 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship tips off Thursday, March 18, following the first-round “play-in” game Tuesday, March 16.