How to Watch The Big 12 Tournament

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How to Watch The Big 12 Tournament


March has officially arrived and we are not in the best month on the college basketball calendar. Conference tournaments begin on Monday as for all the major conferences as teams will compete for an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. On this page, we’ll show you how to watch the Big 12 Tournament as well as the schedule for the event.

All 10 teams in the conference will participate in next week’s event which will be at the T-Mobile Center in Kansas City, MO. Teams will be seeded by conference record with the first six seeds receiving a first-round bye.

Last year’s tournament was won by the Kansas Jayhawks in a tight game over the Texas Tech Red Raiders. Kansas will be one of the favorites in this year’s tournament along with the Kansas State Wildcats, Baylor Bears, and Texas Longhorns.

How to Watch The Big 12 Tournament – Schedule

First Round – Wednesday, March 8th – ESPNU/ESPN+

  • Game 1 (6:00 pm CT) – No. 8 Seed vs No. 9 Seed
  • Game 2 (8:30 pm CT) – No. 7 Seed vs No. 10 Seed

Quarterfinals – Thursday, March 9th – ESPN2/ESPN+

  • Game 3 (11:30 am CT) – No. 4 Seed vs No. 5 Seed
  • Game 4 (2:00 pm CT) – No. 1 Seed vs Game 1 Winner
  • Game 5 (6:00 pm CT) – No. 2 Seed vs Game 2 Winner
  • Game 6 (8:30 pm CT) – No. 3 Seed vs No. 6 Seed

Semifinals – Friday, March 10th – ESPN2/ESPN+

  • Game 7 (6:00 pm CT) – Game 3 Winner vs Game 4 Winner
  • Game 8 (8:30 pm CT) – Game 5 Winner vs Game 6 Winner

Finals – Saturday, March 11th – ESPN/ESPN+

Game 9 (5:00 pm CT) – Game 7 Winner vs Game 8 Winner

How to Stream The Big 12 Tournament

All Big 12 tournament games will be available on ESPN+ as well as streaming services where ESPN networks are available such as FuboTV.

Author: Matt Rooney

Matt is from the Chicagoland area and has been working in Chicago sports since 2015 with stops at WGN Radio, the Chicago Blackhawks, Stadium, and NBC Sports Chicago prior to landing at Betsperts. Matt covers just about everything for Betsperts and Bleacher Nation but focuses on the NHL and college football.