The Final Four is almost here and the television schedule is available for this one. Don't miss the live action Saturday evening as the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament will eventually have it's last two participants for the National Championship game. Check out time, date and channel as you can watch the game straight from your homes.
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CBS will be broadcasting both games of the Final Four. So there is no overtime allowing CBS to broadcast both games consecutively.
First up at 6:09 p.m. ET it Louisville Cardinals vs. Wichita State Shockers. Clear your schedule as the motivated Cardinals take the court in Atlanta to face the true Cinderella Team of the tournament. The Shockers have battled against Pittsburgh, Gonzaga, La Salle and Ohio State. It's been a long battle, but it's been worth it for Wichita State.
Wichita State is averaging more than 70 points a game. Louisville, on the other hand, has yet to allow 70 points in the tournament. The closest team that came to 70 points were the Oregon Ducks, but that's because the Cardinals were leading late in the game. In fact, the last time the Cardinals allowed more than 70 points was to the Notre Dame Fighting Irish in their 5-overtime game in February which they lost 101-105.
The next game up following the Cardinals vs. Shockers sees another Big East team take the court in Atlanta. Watch Syracuse Orange vs. Michigan Wolverines in action at 8:49 p.m. ET. It can't be said enough, well, both teams can make a lot of noise if they get to the National Championship.
For Syracuse, it would be a chance to get payback against the Cardinals, if the advance, who defeated them in the Big East championship after the Orange had built a comfortable lead. For the Wolverines, it would be a return to greatness following their last National Championship appearance back in 1993 against the UNC Tar Heels. All you will hear during the game is the Wolverines and the Fab 5 from the early 90's, but this Wolverines team is trying to make a name for themselves in the early 2010's.
Watch the games and tune into CBS. Check your local listings to find out where you can enjoy the action live.