March 11, 2009
Conference USA will offer live online streaming video of 10 games in the C-USA Men's Basketball Championship from FedExForum in Memphis. Each game will be available on a pay-per-view basis for a one-time payment of $7.95.
Current Annual subscribers to Knights All-Access will receive all of UCF's C-USA tournament pay-per-views for FREE as part of their Annual package. Those subscribers can just log in with their normal account and begin watching the games. Please note that monthly subscribers will have to purchase the pay-per-views.
UCF, the tournament's sixth seed, opens play on Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. ET against 11th-seeded Southern Miss. To go straight to the video stream of that game, click here. For a complete tournament schedule, click here.
All four of Thursday's quarterfinal games will be televised live by CSS. Please note that users whose billing addresses are in the CSS viewing area will not be able to watch the quarterfinals online (Click for Details). Both of Friday's semifinals will be televised by CBS College Sports (Check CBSC Availability in Your Area), and Saturday morning's championship game will be shown live on CBS.
Annual subscriptions to Knights All-Access are $79.95 for a 12-month period. For more information, click here.
Current Annual subscribers to CBS College Sports XXL will be able to access ALL 10 games as part of their subscription, PLUS audio/video coverage from other conference tournaments. For more information on CBSC XXL and how to order, go here.
For a listing of upcoming pay-per-views, visit www.cbssports.com/ppvonline. To see a list of upcoming pay-per-view events involving Conference USA teams, check out the C-USA Network page.
Free Gametracker live stat tracking will also be available for every game. For full tournament coverage, go to the C-USA Championship Central and don't miss a minute of the action!
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