The second half of the NCAA's Division 1 championship Sweet 16 round will take the court Friday night. The winners of the last four games will decide the second set of teams to move on to the Elite 8 this weekend.

The games only get more intense as the bracket gets closer to completion so you don't want to miss out on any of the March Madness action. If you're not able to enjoy the games from home, don't worry. There are a few ways you can check out the games from either your mobile devices or on your computer. Check out how below.

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Iowa State vs Virginia (CBS, 7:10/6:10c): All games that air on CBS are available on March Madness Live and the CBS Sports app. If you're watching from a computer you can hop over to March Madness Live or CBSSports.com to check out the option. For mobile devices, both apps are available for iOS systems, Windows 10 and Androids. The apps are also available for Apple TV, Amazon Fire and Roku devices.

Wisconsin vs Notre Dame (TBS, 7:37/6:27c): The TBS games can also be found on March Madness Live andTBS.com/WatchTBS. There's also a watch TBS app available for iOs, Windows 10, Androids and Amazon Fire - but you will need a certified cable account to be able to watch.

Gonzaga vs Syracuse (CBS, 9:40/8:40c): This game is also airing on CBS so follow the same instructions for the Iowa State vs Virginia game above.

Indiana vs North Carolina (TBS, 9:57/8:57c): This game will be available on March Madness Live as well as WatchTBS and TBS.com/WatchTBS. Prepare to provide a certified cable account to be able to stream these though.

What to do if you don't have a certified cable provider: Both Sling TV or Playstation Vue allow you to stream TBS or CBS in real time to fuel your March Madness addiction.

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