NCAA Tournament 2014: Sunday’s third round TV, live stream information for Big 12 teams


The Big 12 has three teams remaining in the tournament after Texas went down against Michigan on Saturday. Iowa State, Kansas, and Baylor will all face stiff competition against basketball powerhouses throughout the day on Sunday, and here’s where and when to watch them.

Mar 21, 2014; St. Louis, MO, USA; Kansas Jayhawks guard Andrew Wiggins (22) battles for a loose ball with Eastern Kentucky Colonels forward Eric Stutz (42) in the second half during the 2nd round of the 2014 NCAA Men

Here’s the slate for today’s March Madness involving Big 12 teams. All games are in the NCAA tournament’s third round action.

Central times listed with TV network listed afterwards. Numbers behind the team represent their Associated Press top 25 ranking while the number in front of them represent their seed.

  • (10)Kansas Jayhawks (2) (24-9) vs Stanford Cardinal (10) (22-12) – 11:15 AM, CBS
    SOUTH REGION – at St. Louis, Missouri
  • (9)Iowa State Cyclones (3) (26-7) vs (19)North Carolina Tar Heels (6) (24-9) – 2:15 PM, CBS
    EAST REGION – at San Antonio, Texas
  • (16)Creighton Bluejays (3) (26-7) vs (23)Baylor Bears (6) (24-11) – Approx. 6:45 PM, truTV
    WEST REGION – at San Antonio, Texas

All games are available on NCAA March Madness Live. Both CBS games are available to stream anywhere, but the Creighton-Baylor game can only be seen for those that are signed up with a cable or satellite provider that has truTV.

Here’s the preview for Iowa State-North Carolina. The game will be called by Marv Albert and Steve Kerr with Craig Sager on the sidelines as it was in the previous game. The Bluejays-Bears game will start approximately 30 minutes after the conclusion of the Cyclones-Tar Heels game.