Your bracket is filled. Your jersey is washed. You’ve grafted a Camelback onto your spine to counterbalance the upcoming spike in weekday drinking. It’s March Madness time and the NCAA’s March Madness Live service is the best way to catch literally all of the action. Ponying up for the $3.99 subscription gets you access to live streams of all 67 games, via your computer, iPhone, iPad, and select Android devices. That’s 400% more expensive than last year (when it was free), but it’s still a pittance compared to the billions in productivity losses our economy has to deal with.
If you don’t need the streaming, the free application still has plenty of goodies including live radio coverage, box scores and highlights, bracket viewing, trivia, alerts on upsets, and even a “my channel” feature for finding games playing on your local television provider. Pick it up ahead of tip-off, keep your phone covertly under that TPS report, and maintain your shot-calling status for 2012.