West Virginia vs. Stephen F. Austin: Time, TV Channel & Live Stream

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Owning its best seed since 2010 when it went to the Final Four, West Virginia begins the NCAA Tournament against Stephen F. Austin. (Getty)

They say teams that press don’t like to be pressed themselves.

We’ll see if that’s true for both West Virginia and Stephen F. Austin on Friday night.

Both wont to play aggressive, relentless pressure defense, the Mountaineers and Lumberjacks force a larger percentage of opponent turnovers than anyone else in the country. They both create a ton of steals, and both make things very uncomfortable for opposing teams.

It may be a 3 vs. 14 matchup, but the similarity in styles makes this one of the most compelling first-round games of the NCAA tournament.

Here’s everything you need to know to watch:


West Virginia vs. Stephen F. Austin Viewing Info

Date: Friday, March 17, 2016

Time: 7:10 p.m. ET

Location: Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York

TV Channel: CBS

Live Stream: March Madness Live. Read on for a complete rundown of how to watch:


Watch West Virginia vs. Stephen F. Austin Online

This game can be watched online for free via March Madness Live. While the games on TBS, TNT and TruTV require a cable log-in to watch on this platform, all games on CBS are also available to non-cable subscribers.


Watch West Virginia vs. Stephen F. Austin on Mobile or Other Device

Unfortunately, unlike on desktop, watching CBS games via the March Madness Live app requires logging in to a cable or satellite TV provider. If you are able to do that, you can watch or your phone or tablet in the following places:

Download the March Madness Live app in the App Store.

Download the March Madness Live app in the Windows Store.

Download the March Madness Live app in the Google Play store.

Download the March Madness Live app from Amazon.

It’s also available for Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV and Roku. You’ll need to sign in to your TV provider with a user name and password to watch the stream.

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