The Miami Hurricanes (10) have benefited from solid play on both sides of the ball heading into their 2022 NCAA Tournament Elite 8 game against the Kansas Jayhawks (1). The Canes need one more upset to reach the Final Four when their game against KU starts today at 2:20 pm ET / 11:20 am PT on CBS.
Find out how to watch Kansas and Miami NCAA Tournament Elite 8 basketball live online free without cable on a phone, tablet, computer, Amazon Firestick, Roku, Apple TV, Xbox Series X, PS5 or other device using a trusted live stream service.
Paramount+ via Amazon
CBS is included with a Paramount+ streaming subscription. You can Paramount+ via Amazon Prime for Prime Members and stream the Miami and KU game on CBS online free with a trial in most markets. The free trial period is currently for 7 days.
After the 7-day free trial is up you can decide if you want to keep Paramount+ to watch future sports games and endless other entertainment offerings for $5.99 a month (with commercials) or $9.99 a month (commercial free), or cancel before the trial expires.
If you don’t have Amazon Prime yet, sign-up for a 30-day Prime free trial or a six-month free trial if you’re a student, then take advantage of the 30-day Paramount+ free trial and sports will be at your fingertips or voice by saying “Alexa, watch college basketball on Paramount Plus.”
Another way to watch the Miami and Kansas NCAA Tournament Elite 8 basketball game online free is with a 30-day free trial of Paramount+ directly from Paramount. No Amazon Prime account is needed, and this can be used if you’ve already used your Amazon free trial.
Hulu with Live TV
Yet another option to watch this Kansas and Miami 2022 NCAA Tournament college basketball game online without cable is to try out Hulu with Live TV. Hulu’s Live TV channel selection includes CBS Sports Network in most markets, and many other popular channels.
Plus, with Hulu with Live TV you’ll get 50 hours of cloud DVR storage to keep your favorite programming around for repeat viewing. That’s in addition to Hulu’s vast library of accessible content and originals