The marathon of basketball watching isn't just for Thursday. After nearly 12 hours straight Thursday, you can gear up for another 12 hours on straight Friday as well. Sixteen more games on Friday will match the 16 played on Thursday to finish out the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
From a little after noon until about midnight on Friday, the NCAA Tournament's first day will be in full swing. Scroll down to see the entire schedule for Friday
This year's NCAA Tournament games are being broadcast on CBS, truTV, TNT, and TBS. If you don't have access to a TV, however, no fret. If you want to watch online you can head to March Madness Live for live streaming or to download the app on your tablet or mobile device.
For a full look at the bracket, Click for a printable NCAA Bracket.
And be sure to tune into to PolicyMic for March Madness coverage throughout the NCAA Tournament.
(Games in Philadelphia, Kansas City, Dayton, and Austin)
Albany vs. Duke, 12:15p.m. (CBS)
Ole Miss vs. Wisconsin, 12:40p.m. (TruTV)
Temple vs. N.C. State, 1:40p.m. (TBS)
Pacific vs. Miami, 2:10p.m. (TNT)
Cincinnati vs. Creighton, 2:45p.m. (CBS)
Winner of Boise State/La Salle vs. Kansas State, 3:10p.m. (TruTV)
Winner of LIU-Brooklyn/James Madison vs. Indiana, 4:10p.m. (TBS)
Colorado vs. Illinois, 4:40p.m. (TNT)
Florida Gulf Coast vs. Georgetown, 6:50p.m. (TBS)
Iona vs. Ohio State, 7:15p.m. (CBS)
Villanova vs. North Carolina, 7:20p.m. (TNT)
Northwestern State vs. Florida, 7:27p.m. (TruTV)
Oklahoma vs. San Diego State, 9:20p.m. (TBS)
Iowa State vs. Notre Dame, 9:45p.m. (CBS)
Western Kentucky vs. Kansas, 9:50p.m. (TNT)
Minnesota vs. UCLA, 9:57p.m. (TruTV)