The 2022-23 college basketball season is underway, starting a five-month stretch of madness that will end in Houston with the Final Four.
Non-conference play early in the season is highlighted by several high-profile matchups, including the Champions Classic and a slew of tournaments before Thanksgiving.
All ranked teams are in action during the opening week, giving the basketball world an early look at some of the best talent in the country.
Once conference play is in full swing around the start of the new year, it’ll be an all-out sprint to March that will bring some must-see games.
Between the massive amount of returning talent, including Drew Timme and Armando Bacot, as well as the coaching changes at Duke and Villanova, there will be endless storylines this season from November through April.
Here is how you can watch 2022-23 NCAA Basketball games without cable:
How to live stream college basketball games
Cable viewers will primarily be able to find nationally televised games on FS1, Fox, the ESPN family of networks, CBS, and CBS Sports Network during the regular season.
In addition to the Pac-12 Network, FuboTV carries games from the ESPN networks, FS1, FS2, and the Big Ten Network.
Games broadcast on the ESPN networks, including most Big 12 games and games on SEC Network, can primarily be streamed on ESPN+.
Games broadcast on CBS, CBS Sports Network, Fox Sports 1, and ESPN’s family of networks can also be found on YouTube TV and Hulu Live TV.