This has been a long time coming.
One of the great joys — and disappointments — of the opening weekend of the NCAA Tournament has been the overlap of games. It's fun because there is so much going on in such a short amount of time that it's like Christmas morning and you got that gift you wanted and there are still more presents to open.
It can be frustrating, however, because the television coverage doesn't always take a fan to the game that is most interesting.
Ah, but that's going to change this year.
Never miss a local story.
The NCAA announced that it's NCAA March Madness Live app will include a show dedicated to taking viewers to the most interesting game or moment. It's akin to the NFL Network's RedZone program, which is wildly popular among football fans.
This is from an NCAA release:
"NCAA March Madness Live will feature the all-new Fast Break — live streaming whip-around coverage of every game being played during the first round of the tournament. The live streaming coverage will provide fans with real-time highlights, updates, live look-ins and commentary for each first round matchup."
You can download the app here.