Selection Sunday 2013: Time, TV schedule, streaming and more

Brian Spurlock-US PRESSWIRE

The much-anticipated Selection Sunday show is finally here. There are multiple ways to watch on both TV and online.

College basketball fans from all corners of the nation will be tuning into the Selection Sunday show to see the bracket for the NCAA tournament.

This year's bracket is about as unpredictable as it gets. The top seeds are still a tossup, and there's a handful of bubble teams hoping the Selection Committee will call their name. In addition, there are still four automatic bids to be handed out -- the ACC, Atlantic 10, Big Ten and SEC all finish their conference tournaments early this afternoon.

Coverage starts at 6 PM ET, and will be hosted by Greg Gumbel, Greg Anthony, Mike Gottleib and Seth Davis. They will go through the bracket region by region and announce the No. 1 overall seed. After the show, there will be a more detailed analysis of the bracket on truTV with Ernie Johnson, Charles Barkley and Kenny Smith.

The show will be broadcast on CBS and streamed online at both the official website and the March Madness live app on iTunes.

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