Mac-using sports fans (and those who love them) looking to catch some college basketball online this month should grab the Plex media center’s new March Madness plug-in.
Watch live games as they happen or completed games full-screen in HD on your Mac using the plug-in (which is a good way to watch two games at the same time–one on your computer and one on your TV). Plex’s interface is a lot nicer than streaming it from CBSSports.com in your regular old web browser, especially if you hook your Mac up to a TV. To get the plug-in, run Plex, and install it from the App Store. Then go to the “Watch My Videos” section and you’ll see “March Madness” listed there.
Here’s what this afternoon’s selection of games looked like:
If you’ve got a Mac, download Plex from here. The March Madness plug-in requires Silverlight to work. (No really, it does. If it doesn’t work, reinstall Silverlight.) Here’s the official Plex blog post about the plug-in: Beware the Ides of March (Madness).