College basketball fans will no longer have to switch from channel to channel to see all the first-round NCAA Tournament games.
This year, NCAA March Madness Live — which provides live steams of every game online — will unveil a new feature called Fast Break that will provide whip-around coverage of every game March 15 and 16. Think NFL Red Zone, but for college hoops.
It's impossible to see all of #MarchMadness at once…
— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 5, 2018
Fast Break will include live look-ins and commentary of all the games, starting at noon on March 15 and continuing until the early morning hours March 17. It allows viewers to watch the first two days of the tournament all in one place.
The announcement came about a week before the NCAA Tournament bracket will be revealed during Selection Sunday on March 11.