Texas A&M March Madness TV schedule, announcers, and more: How to watch with & without cable

Texas A&M Aggies guard Tyrece Radford (23) shoots over Florida Gators forward Thomas Haugh (10)
Texas A&M Aggies guard Tyrece Radford (23) shoots over Florida Gators forward Thomas Haugh (10) / Denny Simmons / The Tennessean / USA

Texas A&M basketball is finally back in the NCAA tournament. This marks the second time that head coach Buzz Williams has gotten the Aggies to the Big Dance, though there’s a great argument that this should really be the third straight year. If not for some weak out of conference scheduling in 2022, it likely would be.

The first two days of the NCAA tournament are two of the greatest sports days on the entire calendar. Games begin in the middle of the day on Thursday, and then they continue all the way until late in the night. Concurrent action is going the whole time, meaning fans can flip back and forth as they watch their brackets inevitably get busted.

So what channel are the Aggies playing on? How can you watch the Texas A&M basketball team in their first March Madness game of 2024?

How to watch Texas A&M basketball in March Madness 2024

  • Date: March 22
  • Time: 5:50 CT
  • Location: Memphis, TN
  • TV: TNT
  • Streaming: Fubo TV

The Aggies will match up in prime time on the second day of the first round games. This means, should they advance past the Nebraska Cornhuskers, they will play again on Sunday, March 24, either against the Houston Cougars or the Longwood Lancers (so, against Houston).

The announcers for the Aggies’ game are Spero Dedes and Jim Spanarkel, with help from Jon Rothstein (he of the “Palpable Buzz Williams” tweets). Not a bad announcing crew at all: I happen to like Dedes quite a lot on college basketball games. Of course, now that I’ve said that, they will inevitably be horribly slanted against the Aggies. I’m jinxing it right now!

Since the Aggies will be in the same location if they win, the same announcing team will take their game in the second round. If anything changes, though, we’ll have the intel on it right here.