How to Watch 2021 Women's NCAA Tournament
The 2021 Women's NCAA tournament is underway. Can favorites UConn, Baylor or Stanford take it all the way in this bubble tourney? GETTY IMAGES

The madness continues and fuboTV has the entire slate for the Women's NCAA basketball tournament for the first time. It's exciting to have basketball back but even more exciting as this is the first tournament every game will be televised nationally and you can catch them all on the ESPN family of networks. You can live stream NCAA Basketball Games with fuboTV.

How to Watch the First Round of the NCAA Basketball Tournament

When: Sunday, March 21 - April 4
Live Stream: fuboTV (watch NCAA Basketball Tournament games free with fuboTV)

2021 NCAA women's basketball tournament schedule

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Monday, March 22

No. 10 North Carolina vs. No. 7 Alabama - 12 p.m. - ESPN

No. 14 Drexel vs. No. 3 Georgia - 12 p.m. - ESPN2

No. 11 BYU vs. No. 6 Rutgers - 12 p.m. - ESPNU

No. 13 Wright State vs. No. 4 Arkansas - 2 p.m. - ESPN

No. 14 Stony Brook vs. No. 3 Arizona - 2 p.m. - ESPN2

No. 13 VCU vs. No. 4 Indiana - 2 p.m. - ESPNU

No. 15 Mount St. Mary's vs. No. 2 Maryland - 4 p.m. - ESPN

No. 12 Belmont vs. No. 5 Gonzaga - 4 p.m. - ESPN2

No. 10 UCF vs. No. 7 Northwestern - 4 p.m. - ESPNU

No. 10 Michigan State vs. No. 7 Iowa State - 6 p.m. - ESPN

No. 15 Troy vs.  No. 2 Texas A&M - 6 p.m. - ESPN2

No. 12 UC Davis vs. No. 5 Missouri State - 7:30 p.m. - ESPNU

No. 15 Marist vs. No. 2 Louisville - 8 p.m. - ESPN

No. 11 Bradley vs. No. 6 Texas - 8 p.m. - ESPN2

No. 14 Wyoming vs. No. 3 UCLA - 10 p.m. - ESPN

No. 11 South Dakota vs. No. 6 Oregon - 10 p.m. - ESPN2

Tuesday, March 23

No. 8 South Florida vs. No. 1 N.C. State - 3 p.m. - ESPN2

No. 5 Iowa vs. No. 4 Kentucky - 3:30 p.m. - ESPNU

No. 6 Michigan vs. No. 3 Tennessee - 5 p.m. - ESPN2

No. 5 Georgia Tech vs. No. 4 West Virginia - 5:30 p.m. - ESPNU

No. 8 Oregon State vs. No. 1 South Carolina - 7 p.m. - ESPN

No. 7 Virginia Tech vs. No. 2 Baylor - 7 p.m. - ESPN2

No. 8 Syracuse vs. No. 1 UConn - 9 p.m. - ESPN

No. 8 Oklahoma State vs. No. 1 Stanford - 9 p.m. - ESPN2

Wednesday, March 24

#7 Alabama vs. #2 Maryland - 1:00 p.m. - ESPN2

#6 Oregon vs. #3 Georgia - 3:00 p.m. - ESPN2

#13 Wright State vs. #5 Missouri State - 3:00 p.m. - ESPNU

#12 Belmont vs. #4 Indiana - 5:00 p.m. - ESPNU

#7 Northwestern vs. #2 Louisville - 5:00 p.m. - ESPN2

#11 BYU vs. #3 Arizona - 5:00 p.m. - ESPNU

#7 Iowa State vs. #2 Texas A&M - 7:00 p.m. - ESPN2

#6 Texas vs. #3 UCLA - 7:00 p.m. - ESPN2

Sat. March 27-Sun. March 28 - Sweet 16

Mon. March 29-Tue. March 30 - Elite Eight

Fri. April 2 - Semifinal

Sun. April 4 - Championship

The Final Four will be played in San Antonio at the University of Texas - San Antonio and is only the third time the semifinals have been hosted here. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, all of the tournament is scheduled to be played in one geographic location near central Texas including San Antonio, Austin and San Marcos.

It may come as no surprise that 11x tournament champs have the best odds to win it all at 22 percent. But this season has been all put up in the air with the pandemic and not even the sports best program has been left unaffected with even coach Geno Auriemma testing positive just last week. While he may be sitting on the couch at home right now, he has not been quiet about the disparities that the women's game faces compared to the men's game.

Hopefully a completely nationalized tournament will keep bringing light to these issues to narrow the gap of disparity. On the court, UConn's opponent Baylor in the River Walk region, might have a legitimate shot taking down the Huskies. It doesn't hurt when the Bears that they are the defending 2019 champs when tournament was last played.

The Stanford Cardinal is no joke either with very experienced roster led by top scorer and one of the best players in the nation senior Kiana Williams. She already set Stanford's record for most three-pointers with their opening round win over the Utah Valley Wolves. Another big headline in this tournament is that Tennessee has extended their record streak of making the tourney at 39 years in a row. While maybe not the favorites, the Vols are a third-seed and absolutely destroyed Middle Tennessee by 25, looking every bit of the part as contenders.

Who else could be primed for upsets in this tournament? South Carolina was ranked No. 1 in the nation and probably the consensus favorite to win it all before the pandemic shut everything down last year. They're not as good a team this year but only lost four games, won the SEC tournament and are still a No. 1 seed in this tournament. It's hard to call a No. 1 seed an underdog but anything can happen. That's probably the single best thing about the month of March. Welcome to all the madness.

Here is the full bracket: