March Madness is officially here! The 2015 NCAA Tournament kicks off with the ‘First Four’ on Tuesday, March 17 & Wednesday, March 18 at the University of Dayton Arena in Dayton, Ohio.

Consumer Press has everything you need to know, including game times, free live streaming options and March Madness apps to download and play along.

Game Times:

Tuesday, March 17: All games will be broadcast live on TruTV.

6:40 P.M. (EST) Manhattan (19-13) vs. Hampton (16-17).

9:10 P.M. (EST) BYU (25-9) vs. Ole Miss (20-12).

Wednesday, March 18: All games will be broadcast live on TruTV.

6:40 P.m. (EST) Robert Morris (19-14) vs. North Florida (23-11).

9:10 P.M. (EST) Boise State (25-8) vs. Dayton (25-8).

Free Live Streaming: fans can stream for free on their PC’s through NCAA March Madness Live  and on their smartphones and tablets using the NCAA March Madness Live app for iOS and Android.

Please note that to use these services you will  need to sign in using a participating cable provider.

March Madness Apps:

There are 2 great apps in addition to NCAA March Madness Live that fans can download to heighten their tournament experience.

The ESPN Tournament Challenge app  for iOS or Android  lets you follow brackets, form groups and compete for $20,000 and a trip to the Maui Invitational.

Thuuz Sports for iOS or Android ranks games from 1- 100 in terms of how exciting they are using 6 different categories, so you’ll never miss an exciting game.

Predictions: For these first four games I’m picking Manhattan, BYU, North Florida and Dayton.

Who do you think will win the ‘First Four’?  Share your predictions with us below.