March Madness: Hear the NCAA 2022 National Championship game

SiriusXM’s extensive March Madness® coverage is available to subscribers nationwide in their cars, as well as on their phones and connected devices at home with the SXM App.

Matt Simeone
April 1, 2022

It’s a favorite time of year for sports fans: March Madness®. The college basketball postseason is almost over, and SiriusXM is offering listeners live coverage of the 2022 National Championship game on ESPNU Radio (Ch. 84). Following Kansas’ victory over Villanova (81-65) and UNC’s over Duke (81-77) this past Saturday, Kansas and UNC face off in one last game on April 4 at 9:20pm ET.

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College basketball fans can also tune in to several college sports-focused channels for daily coverage and expert analysis of many of their favorite teams and conferences: SiriusXM ACC Radio (Ch. 371), SiriusXM Big Ten Radio (Ch. 372), SiriusXM Pac-12 Radio (Ch. 373), SiriusXM SEC Radio (Ch. 374) and SiriusXM Big 12 Radio (Ch. 375). Conference tournament broadcasts heard on SiriusXM are provided by ESPN Radio, Westwood One, LEARFIELD, Compass Media and Van Wagner.

Keep up with Mike Krzyzewski’s exclusive SiriusXM show, Basketball and Beyond with Coach K, airing weekly during the Tournament

Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski, in his final NCAA Tournament with his Blue Devils, will continue to host his weekly SiriusXM show throughout the tournament. Basketball and Beyond with Coach K airs on ESPNU Radio and is available on the SXM App.

Look back on NCAA Tournament history with Christopher “Mad Dog” Russo’s podcast, Digging Up The Past, from the 1979 Magic-Bird title game through the ’80s

The next series of episodes of Christopher Russo’s SiriusXM original podcast – Digging Up The Past – will debut weekly throughout the tournament and will feature Russo and guests looking back at the history of the NCAA Tournament from the late 1970s through the 1980s.

Digging Up The Past takes a historical deep-dive into the events and innovations that have shaped the sports landscape. This next four-episode series will examine NCAA Tournament history from its origins as an eight-team competition in 1939 through the 1978 tournament that featured a Kentucky-over-Duke final and the postseason debut of a Michigan State freshman named Earvin “Magic” Johnson.

The first episode in this series, which focuses on the famous 1979 Tournament that featured the Magic Johnson-led Michigan State Spartans facing Larry Bird and the Indiana State Sycamores, is available now on the SXM App.

SiriusXM also offers a subscription package built specifically for college students. The “Student Streaming Platinum” package gives college students all the content in SiriusXM’s “Streaming Platinum” package for $4 per month, a discount off the regular Streaming Platinum price of $10.99 per month. To subscribe, visit

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