Five Best College Basketball Apps

Let the MADNESS begin! That’s right, it’s time to start following some of your favorite collegiate teams and we’ve compiled five of the best college basketball and NCAA apps for you to follow this season.


Due to its high rank as an NCAA college football app, there’s no denying the ESPN app is a great platform for following up with the latest sports news coverage. From scores, to commentary, to highlights, ESPN is a great one-stop-shop for all of your college basketball app needs.

NCAA Sports

This app is the perfect platform to follow your favorite teams and players in the NCAA. Owned by the NCAA itself, this app offers live championship coverage, scores, highlights, and stats about every game in the season, making it another one of our top picks.


We’re big fans of this app, which has recently grown in popularity among sports followers as one of the fastest growing fandom-focused sports apps out there. What makes FanSided a unique and a great option for NCAA basketball fans is that it gives you the ability to read fanbase-specific coverage about some of your favorite teams.

NCAA March Madness Live

If you’re a fan of watching live games from your phone or tablet, this is the app for you. Set alerts about games, players, highlights and more. You can also follow brackets with this comprehensive app. If you want an app that allows you to watch live games and is specific to college ball, this is the app for you.

ESPN Tournament Challenge

Perhaps you’re on the hunt for an app that allows you to create your own brackets and you’re interested in having a separate app just for your picks. Then the ESPN Tournament Challenge is definitely the NCAA basketball app for you. It includes specific information on every team and you can create up to 25 different brackets for March Madness.

With these college basketball apps, you won’t have to wait for March for the Madness to kick in. Check out these five apps, the best college basketball apps for all of your balling needs, today!

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