We haven't danced in two years, so dust off those glass slippers and pack a ladder and some scissors because it's time to delve deep into the madness. This is a breakdown of all the games on on fuboTV, which will air on CBS. You can live stream all NCAA Basketball Games on CBS with fuboTV.

How to Watch the First Round of the NCAA Basketball Tournament

When: Thursday, March 18 - Saturday, March 20
Time: 12:00 p.m. ET
TV: CBS
Live Stream: fuboTV (watch NCAA Basketball Tournament games free with fuboTV)

Here is the full bracket:

The picks are in and even after Gonzaga had their first scare of the season in the WCC Tournament against BYU, the Bulldogs are still the team to beat in 2021. Baylor, Michigan and Illinois. What may be the most headline grabbing aspect of this tournament is who isn't in the bracket. Kentucky isn't dancing for the first time since 2013, while Duke's astonishing run since 1995 has come to an abrupt end.

Meanwhile, the blue-chip schools that did qualify don't have high seeds in this year's tournament. UCLA and Michigan State are playing each other in a play-in game for a spot in the Round of 64 as an 11-seed. North Carolina is an eighth seed and Kansas is about as normal as you're going to get at a number three seed, but even they didn't look like themselves this year. This might be the best year yet to have great programs earn their first national championship.

First Four - Thursday, March 18

(16) Texas Southern vs. (16) Mount St. Mary's - 5:10 p.m. ET - truTV (11) Drake vs. (11) Wichita State - 6:27 p.m. ET - TBS (16) Appalachian State vs. (16) Norfolk State - 8:40 p.m. ET - truTV (11) UCLA vs. (11) Michigan State - 9:57 p.m. ET - TBS

First Round - Friday, March 19

(7) Florida vs. (10) Virginia Tech - 12:15 p.m. ET - CBS

The first game on Friday will feature two teams who we thought frankly would do much better in their conference tournaments. Virginia Tech only lost six games this year and is ranked in the Top 25. That didn't stop them from getting smoked by North Carolina who is in the midst of a down year and then promptly lost to Florida State in the semis. For their part, Florida did little in the SEC tournament with an unconvincing win against 12th seed Vanderbilt, followed by a loss to Tennessee in the quarterfinals. This might be a toss up but Tech seems like the safer bet being ranked and in a tougher conference.

(3) Arkansas vs. (14) Colgate - 12:45 p.m. ET - truTV (1) Illinois vs. (16) Drexel - 1:15 p.m. - TBS (6) Texas Tech vs. (11) Utah State - 1:45 p.m. ET - TNT

(2) Ohio State vs. (15) Oral Roberts - 3 p.m. ET - CBS

It's difficult to write a compelling case for Oral Roberts to pull off the Big 10 champ Ohio State Buckeyes. That has only happened eight times in the history of the sport but it must be said that four of those occasions have happened in the last decade. The Golden Eagles have won five in a row and won their conference championship (Summit League) to get an automatic bid in the tournament.

This shouldn't be an obstacle for the Buckeyes though. Their issues this season have really only come against teams in their own conference. While they have the No. 7 ranking overall, they are fifth in the Big 10 losing all of their games in conference. They've shown resilience though bouncing back from a four-game losing streak to end the regular season only to earn their biggest signiturare win against No. 1 seed and most hated rival Michigan in the Big 10 tournament semifinals. They lost to Illinois only by three in the final but the Fighting Illini have their best chance at a national championship since they made the game in 2005 against UNC. Ohio State will go far in this tournament if they stay away from conference opponents.

(1) Baylor vs. (16) Hartford - 3:30 p.m. ET - truTV (8) Loyola Chicago vs. (9) Georgia Tech - 4 p.m. ET - TBS       (5)  Tennessee vs. (12) Oregon State - 4:30 p.m. ET - TNT               (4) Oklahoma State vs. (13) Liberty - 6:25 p.m. ET - TBS

(8) North Carolina vs. (9) Wisconsin - 7:10 p.m. ET - CBS    

This is the premier matchup between premier basketball programs over the last decade who just weren't themselves this year. The Badgers lost more games than they did last year despite playing in fewer overall, and ultimately finished sixth in the Big 10 Conference a year after they won a share of the regular season title in 2020. Since the start of February they are 4-7 and barely beat Penn State by a point in their first game in the Big 10 tournament only to lose to Iowa who were promptly dominated by Illinois in the semis. They aren't a bad team but they are teetering on average and just not all that inspiring.

For most of the year for UNC, the debate was whether the Tar Heels and/or Duke would miss the tournament. While UNC beat out their in-state rival in that category, they are much more similar to Wisconsin. They were sixth in the ACC and looked iffy in the regular season. You have to give them the edge here over the Badgers though because they looked compelling in their conference tournament with two dominant wins in their two opening games and put up a gritty performance in the semis only to lose by three to Florida State. UNC should be able to salvage their season for just a little longer.

(2) Houston vs. (15) Cleveland State - 7:15 p.m. ET - truTV (4) Purdue vs. (13) North Texas - 7:25 p.m. ET - TNT (7) Clemson vs. (10) Rutgers - 9:20 p.m. ET - TBS

(6) San Diego State vs. (11) Syracuse - 9:40 p.m. ET - CBS

San Diego State has lost six games... in the last two seasons. The Aztecs have consistently appeared in tournaments, even reaching the Sweet Sixteen in 2011 and 2014. They're ranked No. 16 overall and have won back-to-back Mountain West titles. This is the school that Kawhi Leonard is from so it's only natural that they are prolific on defense, only allowing 60 points per game. The Syracuse Orange on the other hand were eighth in the ACC. They're always in it with coach Boeheim but San Diego State shouldn't even be in this game. They should have been a higher seed. Advantage Aztecs.  

(3) West Virginia vs. (14) Morehead State - 9:50 p.m. ET - truTV     (5) Villanova vs. (12) Winthrop - 9:57 p.m. ET - TNT

First Round - Saturday, March 20

(5) Colorado vs. (12) Georgetown - 12:15 p.m. ET - CBS

The Hoyas weren't supposed to be good this season as many expected them to finish at the bottom of the Big East. Having nine new players during COVID will get you that prediction. But Georgetown went all the way in the Big East tournament, beating conference powerhouses Villanova and Creighton despite finishing eighth in the regular season. Colorado, on the other hand, might technically be the better team even though they lost the Pac-12 title, albeit by a bucket, to Oregon State. The Buffs are ranked No. 22 in the country as well. This could be a case of a team getting hot at the right time and a good game to go with the underdog.

(4) Florida State vs. (13) UNC Greensboro - 12:45 p.m. ET - truTV (3) Kansas vs. (14) Eastern Washington - 1:15 p.m. ET - TBS (8) LSU vs. (9) St. Bonaventure - 1:45 p.m. ET - TNT

(1) Michigan vs. (16) Mount St. Mary's/ Texas Southern - 3 p.m. ET - CBS

So who will have the pleasure of losing to Michigan in this game? Mount St. Mary's was played Cinderella of their own as a fourth seed winning in their conference tournament championship against the regular season winner Wagner. Texas Southern on the other hand finished their regular season strong winning 11 of their last 12 and cruised through their conference championship beating top-seeded Prairie View A&M by 19. Give them the edge to face Michigan who is making their first tournament appearance as a No. 1 seed since the 1992-93 season when the Fab Five made the National Championship game.

(5) Creighton vs. (12) UC Santa Barbara - 3:30 p.m. ET - truTV (2) Alabama vs. (15) Iona - 4 p.m. ET - TBS (6) USC vs. (11) Wichita State/Drake - 4:30 p.m. ET - TNT (2) Iowa vs. (15) Grand Canyon - 6:25 p.m. ET - TBS

(7) UConn vs. (10) Maryland - 7:10 p.m. ET - CBS

Just behind Villanova and Creighton in the Big East were the Huskies. It was their first year back in the Big East after they spent seven years in the American Athletic Conference. They have progressively gotten better under third-year head coach Dan Hurley and have proven more than Maryland, who finished right in the middle of the Big 10. This feels like the beginning of a return to blue-chip status for the Huskies.

(4) Virginia vs. (13) Ohio - 7:15 p.m. ET - truTV (8) Oklahoma vs. (9) Missouri - 7:25 p.m. ET - TNT   (1) Gonzaga vs. (16) Norfolk State/Appalachian State - 9:20 p.m. ET - TBS

(6) BYU vs. (11) Michigan State/UCLA - 9:40 p.m. ET - CBS

Behind San Diego State, BYU might be the most underrated team coming into this tournament. Gonzaga had its worst first-half performance against the Cougars in the WCC title game. BYU was up 53-41 but could only muster 25 in the second and being outscored by 22 by the Bulldogs. The Spartans and Bruins are not their usual dominant selves and this could be an opportunity to show the rest of the country why they only lost five regular season games and gain more of a national prominence.

(3) Texas vs. (14) Abilene Christian - 9:50 p.m. ET - truTV (7) Oregon vs. (10) VCU - 9:57 p.m. ET - TNT