March Madness 2014 Live Stream Free: Watch Xavier vs North Carolina State, Mount St Mary's vs Albany Online (NCAA Men's Basketball TV Start Time, truTV Schedule)

March Madness 2014 starts on Tuesday night with two big games in the First Round. The NCAA Tournament this season could be the most viewed yet, and things will get started tonight with the First Four games featuring No. 12 seed Xavier and No. 12 seed North Carolina State, and No. 16 seed Albany and No. 16 seed Mount St. Mary's. All the action can be watched on TV, or online through free live stream (details below).

(Photo: Reuters/Chris Keane)Creighton Bluejays center Gregory Echenique (00) dunks over North Carolina Tar Heels forward John Henson (31) during their men's NCAA basketball game in this 2012 file photo.

Albany and Mount St Mary's will start things off at 6.40 p.m. ET, with the game available to watch on TV on truTV. That game can also be watched online through free live stream by clicking here.

The second game for Tuesday night will feature Xavier and North Carolina State, which has a start time of 9.10 p.m. ET. That can will also be shown live on TV on truTV, or online through free live stream by clicking here.

Even though Mount St Mary's and Albany will be desperate to win tonight to make it through to the round of 64, most analysts believe whoever makes it through between these two will simply be destroyed by Florida in the next round. However, that will not stop either side from leaving everything out there on the court today, and the winner will get to say they won an NCAA tournament match up for the rest of their lives.

Mount St Mary's have a strong offensive team, and could be a lot to handle for Albany.


The second game tonight in many ways is the contest between the bigger teams, with both Xavier and North Carolina State looking to surprise many this season and go far. The match up will feature such names as Semaj Christon and T.J. Warren and should be a great game.

The games tonight can be watched online through free live stream by clicking here.