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March Madness, women's worlds and more on TSN, TSN+ today


It's an absolutely packed day of action across the TSN Network and TSN+ Friday with something for everyone from March Madness to curling to Formula One and more. 

The women's NCAA tournament tips off today and headlines the slate of live events, with No. 9 Michigan State and No. 8 North Carolina hitting the floor at 11:30 a.m. ET/8:30 a.m. PT. on TSN+. The action starts on TSN5 at Noon ET/9a.m. PT as No. 2 Ohio State faces No. 15 Maine with court-to-court coverage continuing throughout the day.

Any brackets still intact will be back in jeopardy as Day 2 of the men's NCAA tournament gets underway at Noon ET/9a.m. PT with No. 9 Northwestern facing No. 8 FAU in the opening game of the day. Coverage of the men's tournament can be found on TSN3 and TSN4, with feeds from all four venues also available on TSN+.

Currently sitting atop the standings at 10-0, Rachel Homan and Team Canada will look to continue their run of dominance at the BKT Tires World Women's Curling Championship when they take on Scotland on Friday. Their first match of the day starts at 1p.m. ET/10a.m. PT on TSN1, with their final game of the round robin set for 6p.m. ET/3p.m. PT against Korea. 

For other Canadian content, Leylah Fernandez and Denis Shapovalov are both set to take to the court today in singles action at the Miami Open. Coverage starts at 11 a.m. ET/8 a.m. PT on TSN2, with Fernandez set to face Emiliana Arango, while Shapovalov will be in tough against Stefanos Tsitsipas. 

Speaking of Canadians, several of the country’s top male golfers are off to hot starts at the Valspar Championship, with Adam Svensson leading the way. Coverage of the tournament continues LIVE NOW on TSN+. 

The sunset will see the end of the PGA Tour action, but coverage of March Madness extends well into the night, leading into qualifying action to set the grid for Sunday's Australian Grand Prix. With Logan Sargeant out the race as Williams elected to give his car to Alex Albon after Albon wrecked his own, only 19 cars will be in the race. Coverage of qualifying from Melbourne starts at 12:30a.m. ET/9:30 p.m. PT on TSN5, with angles from around the track available on the TSN+ Multiplex. 

So go ahead, cancel your plans, kick back and enjoy the best from around the sports world today on TSN and TSN+.