Here’s the Final Four schedule of games that determine who goes to the NCAA Championship game in Arlington, TX. The first game starts at 6:09 pm Eastern Time on Saturday, April 5, when the Number 1 seed Florida Gators face the Number 7 Connecticut Huskies. Can the Huskies’ high-scoring Shabazz Napier make a difference against the 36-2 Gators to advance to the championship?
That game is followed by the Number 8 Kentucky Wildcats taking on the Number 2 Wisconsin Badgers at 8:49 p.m. Eastern. Will the 7-foot Frank Kaminsky dominate this game as he did against Arizona’s big men? Or will the Wildcats find a way to tame Kaminsky both on the inside and outside where he scored 28 points and pulled down 11 rebounds against the Wildcats?
Both of the Final Four games will be broadcast on Time Warner’s TBS channel. TBS broadcasts in 1080i (HD) and can be found on DirecTV Channel 247 (SD/HD), Dish Network Channel 139 (SD/HD), Verizon FiOS Channel 552 (HD), Comcast Xfinity Channel 826 (HD), and AT&T U-verse Channel 1112 (East HD)/Channel 1113 (West HD), as well as most cable TV systems. Check your TV service provider’s guide for specific channel locations.
NCAA Final Four game schedule (Eastern Time):
- (No. 7) Connecticut Huskies vs. (No. 1) Florida Gators, 6:09 p.m., TBS
- (No. 8) Kentucky Wildcats vs. (No. 2) Wisconsin Badgers, 8:49 p.m., TBS