As I logged into March Madness on Demand at NCAA.com, there were a few technical problems. First, there was audio for the Georgia-Xavier game, but no announcers. A note did appear underneath the video player saying the techies were aware of the problem. Then when we finally heard Craig Bolerjack and Bob Wenzel, their voices were garbled.
Then as many people got into the viewing room, the video was constantly jumpy and had to constantly buffer. Thank goodness NCAA.com provided the audio from Westwood One so I could keep track of the game. However, some glitches for CBS and NCAA.com at the beginning.
In addition, the same audio problems occurred at the beginning of the Michigan State-Temple game and I could not enjoy Screamin’ Gus Johnson.
I am glad to see CBS provide its HD picture so we can enjoy the game in its full glory.
However, I do wish we can see the CBS halftime show with Greg Gumbel, Clark Kellogg and instead of having Jason Horowitz just talk about what we just saw. I’m sure Jason is a nice guy, but I’d rather not see him at the half. I’m used to having switches to other games at the half.
Anyway, I’m hoping CBSSports.com and NCAA.com will have these glitches worked out for the second window at 2:30 p.m. ET.