2017 NCAA Tournament: How to watch Kansas vs. Michigan State, game time, TV info, live stream
When: Sunday, March 19, 5:15 p.m. ET
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What to know about each team
You could make the argument that no team looked better in its first round game than KU, but of course opponent factors into that. Now Bill Self has to deal with a Tom Izzo team that turned Miami into putty. Behind the UK-Wichita State game, this will have the most interest of any this weekend. Josh Jackson vs. Miles Bridges is a lottery pick face-off that could be one highlight after another.
After a horrendous showing in the first seven minutes of the game, Michigan State played what Tom Izzo estimated to be some of the best basketball he has seen from the Spartans in a couple years. A 20-2 run in the first half, fueled by Nick Ward and Miles Bridges, provided enough padding for Michigan State to not only avenge last season’s first round exit but set the stage for a contentious second round game against top-seeded Kansas with a Sweet 16 spot on the line.
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- Only tournament games airing on CBS’s broadcast are available on CBS All Access, including the Final Four and National Championship games