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NCAA Tournament 2014 Harvard vs Cincinnati live stream, TV info, odds & pick

NCAA Tournament 2014 Harvard vs Cincinnati live stream, TV info, odds & pick
NCAA Tournament 2014 Harvard vs Cincinnati live stream, TV info, odds & pick
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The 2014 NCAA Tournament live stream and TV schedule will be full of non-stop action today as Round 2 kicks off at Noon EST and won't be complete until midnight! Then of course all of the wall to wall action will continue at the pace for the next three days until we are down to the Sweet 16. One of the NCAA Tournament live streaming games is Harvard vs Cincinnati.

According to a Sportsline report on March 20, former Duke stand out Tommy Amaker had one goal when he took over as the head coach at Harvard - to make the team relevant. So far so good for Amaker. After finishing 26-4 (13-1 in league play) and running away with the Ivy League title, Harvard will face the tough Cincinnati Bearcats this afternoon to determine who will advance to Saturday's action.

Harvard may be the No. 12 seed, but it seems like they are the favorite in this game when it comes to many experts opinions including President Obama who picked Harvard to win this game on his bracket.

Harvard won their first tournament game in school history last year when they upset New Mexico as a No. 14 seed and as we know anything can happen in the tournament. All that being said, let's not count out Cincinnati.

The Bearcats finished the season 27-6 in one of the toughest conferences in all of college basketball. Behind the strong play of Sean Kilpatrick, and playing in a division that includes Louisville, Connecticut, Memphis and SMU, Cinncy is geared up to make a deep run in this year's tournament.

Las Vegas odds makers have the Bearcats as a 3 point favorite with the over under number set at 121.

Nothing is easy when it comes to picking winners ATS especially in the March Madness Tournament. However this game should be an easy win for Cincinnati. With their size and strength, the Bearcats should pull away from Harvard in the second half and win this game by 10 points or more.

Pick: Cincinnati -3

Fans can catch this game starting at 2:10 p.m. EST on TNT and streaming live through NCAA.com/march-madness.