USC vs Baylor Live Stream: How to Watch March Madness Online

Date/time: March 19th, 7:30 p.m. ET
Channels: truTV
Live stream: DIRECTV NOW (free 7-day trial), Sling TV (free 7-day trial)

With March Madness in full swing, the last few games of the Second Round will take place throughout the day on Sunday. One key matchup is the Baylor Bears vs the USC Trojans, which is scheduled to begin at 7:30 p.m. ET. If you’re looking for the USC vs Baylor live stream, we’ve got the info you need in the guide below.

The Baylor vs USC live stream is set to air on truTV, but that doesn’t mean you need cable to watch it. It’s actually quite simple to watch Baylor vs USC online, without a cable subscription. There are a couple of different ways to go about it, which we’ll discuss below.


Watch USC vs Baylor Live Stream with DIRECTV NOW

DIRECTV NOW will provide the easiest way to access the Baylor vs USC stream tonight. It will actually be incredibly useful throughout the entire NCAA Tournament, because the service provides three of the main channels that air March Madness games. This service is non-contract, works over the internet, and costs just $35 per month. You use it on your computer, tablet, or smartphone, or on your TV via a streaming device (like an Apple TV, Chromecast, etc.) Check our DIRECTV NOW review to learn more.

In the basic package, over 60 channels are included. truTV streaming is offered, as is TBS and TNT, the other two channels with March Madness coverage. Also offered are ESPN, HGTV, AMC, Disney Channel, CNN and much more. So, not only can you watch USC vs Baylor online, you can also get tons of other coverage of your favorite TV shows, movies and more – just like if you had cable (without the high cost!)

Want to try DIRECTV NOW out? Then sign up for DIRECTV NOW’s free 7-day trial!


Use Sling TV to Watch Baylor vs USC Live Stream

Sling TV is another excellent choice for cord-cutters, which lets you stream Baylor vs USC tonight, plus tons more March Madness coverage. The service is only $25 per month for 40+ channels, and that includes truTV, TNT and TBS. Sling works on most devices, from streaming players like Roku and Apple TV, to mobile devices, computers and more. Sling TV will actually give you a free Roku if you sign up today and prepay for 2+ months in advance (and actually, Sling is the only way to watch March Madness on Roku currently).

Check out our Sling TV review for the full details and channels list. Or, for a more hands-on approach, test things out with a free 7-day trial of Sling TV!


March Madness Continues!

So now you know how to get the USC vs Baylor live stream – what about the other March Madness games? For more coverage of the 2017 NCAA Tournament, check out the other March Madness games today, and then head over to our March Madness streaming guide.