March Madness 2023 concludes with No. 5 San Diego State and No. 4 UConn taking the floor in the 2023 Men’s National Championship Game. Live from NRG Stadium, the last two remaining college basketball teams look to etch their name in history.
In the Final Four, the San Diego State Aztecs survived a 72-71 thriller against the Florida Atlantic Owls. FAU had a 1-point lead with 10 seconds to play, then SDSU guard Lamont Butler called game and hit a game-winning buzzer-beater to send the Aztecs to their first title game in school history.
Unlike the Aztecs, the UConn Huskies were dominant in their 72-59 victory over Miami. The Huskies’ win sealed their 5th trip to the national title game. The Huskies have made a title game each decade since the 1990s (winning in 1999, 2004, 2011, and 2014), and they’re looking to go 5-0 in the finals.
March Madness has been a historic event that you won’t want to miss, and you can find out how to watch the 2023 Men’s National Championship Game live without cable, below.
When to Watch
All times Eastern
Monday, April 3 (National Championship Game)
- No. 4 UConn vs. No. 5 San Diego State | 9:20 p.m. ET | CBS
How to Watch the 2023 Men’s National Championship Game Live Without Cable
CBS will be home to all of the National Championship action during the 2023 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. Paramount+ will simulstream all games that air on CBS throughout March Madness.
You can watch live games on CBS for free with an antenna. You can find out which CBS affiliates are in your area by using a service like Antenna Web.
March Madness will be available on video streaming services that provide viewers with access to the channels covering the tournament.
DIRECTV STREAM, Fubo, Hulu + Live TV, and YouTube TV are all ways to watch live Final Four games on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, and other compatible devices.
Watch the 2023 National Championship Game Live on Paramount+
Paramount+ will simulstream all games that air on CBS as part of the Premium plan throughout March Madness. Stream the 2023 Men’s NCAA Tournament for $9.99/month or $99.99 annually (a savings of 16%), and you can watch live games including tonight’s National Championship. Try it for free for seven days.
Watch the 2023 National Championship Game Live on DIRECTV STREAM
DIRECTV STREAM will be home to every shot and Cinderella Story during March Madness 2023. Stream tonight’s game between UConn and San Diego State with the Entertainment package, which includes CBS and over 75 channels, so viewers can watch each game and more for only $74.99 per month. There are no contracts, no hidden fees, and a subscription includes unlimited cloud DVR storage. New subscribers can take advantage of a 5-day free trial before subscribing.
Watch the 2023 National Championship Game Live on Hulu + Live TV
Hulu + Live TV will air live games throughout March Madness for $69.99 per month. The service includes the title game on CBS and over 85 channels. Plus, subscribers get unlimited access to the Hulu library, Disney+, and live sports on ESPN+ for no additional charge. Record your favorite shows and sporting events for up to 9 months with unlimited DVR storage.
Watch the 2023 National Championship Game Live on Fubo
Fubo is $74.99/mo. following a 7-day free trial and offers live March Madness games like the Final Four on CBS. The service doesn’t carry the Turner Sports channels (TNT, TBS, truTV) but includes over 140 channels and over 100 sporting events with the Pro plan. Relive your favorite moments during the tournament and rewatch your favorite shows with 1000 hours and Cloud DVR space.
Watch the 2023 National Championship Game Live on YouTube TV
YouTube TV costs $72.99/mo. after a 14-day free trial and offers unlimited Cloud DVR and 3 simultaneous streams. The provider carries March Madness on TBS, TNT, truTV, and the national title game live on CBS, local channels, some regional sports networks, CBS Sports Network, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, FOX Sports 1, SEC Network, and Stadium.
Other Ways to Watch March Madness 2023 Live
The NCAA’s March Madness Live web and mobile apps (available through the Apple Store and Google Play) will live stream games from the 2023 NCAA Tournament.