The 2014 NCAA Tournament live stream and TV schedule is in full gear. Fans across America will be anxiously checking the results as they come in and of course checking their NCAA March Madness Tournament brackets. One game that many experts think could be a "bracket buster" will take place in just a few hours when Delaware takes on Michigan State in live streaming NCAA action.
According to a Sportsline report on March 20, the Colonial Athletic champion Delaware Fightin' Blue Hens will take on the Big Ten Tournament champion Michigan State Spartans this afternoon at 4:40 p.m. EST. To say that Deleware will have to get a lot of breaks and play a perfect game to defeat MSU is an understatement.
The Spartans were ranked No. 1 in The Associated Press poll back in November, but injuries to Gary Harris, Keith Appling, Adreian Payne and Branden Dawson took a big toll on the team. Yet the Spartans have fought through the tough times and are looking like the preseason No. 1 ranking they had five months ago.
The Spartans are healthy for the first time all season, and it showed in the Big Ten Tournament.
Even Delaware coach Monte Ross has cracked jokes about his team's chances of upsetting the Spartans. When asked how his team can upset MSU and what are the Spartans weaknesses were, Ross replied:
''Coach Izzo's lack of tournament experience,'' he said. ''In watching them, they just keep getting better and better,'' Ross said. ''So I think I'm just going to do myself a service and stop watching them.'
If Delaware pulls off the win today, it will be one of the biggest upsets in NCAA history.
Las Vegas odds makers have Michigan State listed as a 14 point favorite with the over/under number set at 154.
14 points is a lot to lay a team, especially when they haven't faced each other. However the Spartans are healthy and planning on a Sweet 16 trip next weekend.
Pick: Michigan State -14
Fans can catch all the action beginning at 4:40 p.m. EST on TNT nationally and streaming live online through NCAA.com/march-madness.