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NCAA Tournament Selection Show LiveThread: How to watch, Start time, TV, streaming, and more

The Tigers made Selection Sunday a nervous one. Will they get in, where will they land and who will they play? Stay tuned.

Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

Well, it's the moment of truth for this program.

After months of incomprehensible losses and stunning quality wins, LSU is officially on the good ol' bubble. And that means a Sunday afternoon in March sweating out a NCAA Tournament bid in a big auditorium with cameras trained on you and Joe Lunardi hoping he's right.

The loss to Auburn in the SEC Tournament quarterfinals on Friday jolted LSU back onto the bubble after being in the 9-seed range entering the week. It's all part of a topsy-turvy season for these Tigers, highlighted by wins at West Virginia, Arkansas and Ole Miss, punctuated by an overtime home win vs. likely tournament team Georgia, thrown off tilt by a handful of stunning losses to the dregs of the league and teased by an oh-so-close home loss to Kentucky six weeks ago.

Two ways to see this: LSU is making strides and any tournament bid that comes its way is proof of Johnny Jones picking up steam in Year 3 AND/OR The Tigers squandered some serious talent advantages and should be watching the show for seed purposes only today.

There's validity in both schools of thought. Stay tuned to see if LSU returns to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2009.

How to watch:

Date and time: Sunday, March 15, 5:00 p.m. CT


Radio: Westwood One Sports

Online Streaming: NCAA March Madness Live