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CBSSports.com expands VIP program for MMOD
CBSSports.com announced it has used up its initial allotment of 500,000 VIP passes for "March Madness on Demand" and released another 250,000 available until 5:30 this afternoon.
You don't need VIP registration to participate, but it eases entry into the system during busy times.
CBS is expecting another record-breaking year of video streams, with every game in the tournament available for the first time.
Thursday figures to be the busiest day, because many fans will not be working on Good Friday.
Cornell-Stanford won't be on in New York, so the computer or DirecTV's out-of-market service will be your only options for seeing the big game.
Or you could hop a plane to California and rent a hotel room.