NCAA March Madness

March Madness tips off on YouTube

The NCAA March Madness channel will carry real-time highlights and recaps from all 67 games in the Division I Men's Basketball Championship.
March 2, 2015

Six years ago, YouTube got an NBA channel, and now it’s finally getting into college hoops in a big way.

On Monday, NCAA Digital (managed by Turner Sports) announced that it has launched the NCAA March Madness channel. It will feature real-time highlights and video recaps from all 67 games in the 2015 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship, which runs from March 17 to April 6. It will also include live press conferences, game previews and analysis, and daily news and notes from the tournament airing across TBS, CBS, TNT and truTV.

Prior to this year’s tournament tip-off, viewers will be able to watch video clips from the best games and moments of the 2014 tournament.

There will also be a collection of branded segments running on the NCAA March Madness YouTube channel and

  • “Dunk of the Day presented by Oreo,” highlighting the top dunk from each day of tournament play.
  • “Naismith Trophy presented by AT&T,” a highlight reel featuring the best moments from this year’s 2015 Naismith College Player of the Year winner.
  • “Solve of the Day presented by UPS,” indentifying potential upsets and pinpoint what tournament favorites will need to do to avoid a shocking loss.
  • “Starting Lineup presented by Reese’s,” a daily update delivering the five things fans need to know about the day’s action.

Image: screengrab from”2014 March Madness Moments” (below).

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