The Sweet 16 is over. The Elite 8 is no more. Now, the 2015 NCAA Tournament is down to the Final Four and they are Kentucky, Wisconsin, Duke, and Michigan State. If you’re wanting to watch two of the final three games, then you need to know the tip times and their full television schedule, so check it all out below.
Number one overall seed Kentucky was able to hold off a very tough Notre Dame team 68-66 in one that could have gone either way. The Wildcats looked like they may end up with their first loss of the season, but they stay undefeated and are one step closer to a championship.
Wisconsin also had a tough time as they faced off with another team of Wildcats in Arizona, but they were able to pull out a victory 85-78. Wisconsin and Kentucky will now pair off in a rematch from last year.
On Sunday, there were two more games to decide the other teams in the 2015 NCAA Final Four, and they were just as good as those on Saturday.
In the unexpected game from the Elite 8, 7th-seeded Michigan State was able to upset yet another team as they took out 4th-seeded Louisville 76-70 in overtime. The teams traded leads and ties throughout the whole game, but the Spartans were able to pull away in the extra five-minute period.
The second game on Sunday didn’t finish as close, but it was throughout most of its entirety. Gonzaga just couldn’t do enough to overcome the tough Blue Devils, as Duke ended up winning 66-52.
Now, both games for the 2015 Final Four are set, and that means it’s time to check out the tip times and TV schedule. Both times listed below are Eastern.
Saturday, April 4, 2015
#7 Michigan State vs. #1 Duke – 6:09 p.m. on TBS
#1 Kentucky vs. #1 Wisconsin – 8:39 p.m. on TBS
Both games in the 2015 NCAA Final Four will be played at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana.
The Courier-Journal has revealed a bit more info as well and let it be known that Jim Nantz, Grant Hill, and Bill Raftery will call the game between the Wildcats and the Badgers. Tracy Wolfson will be reporting from courtside.
Returning this year will be the individual Team Streams for all of those in the Final Four. TNT is going to carry the streams for Kentucky and Duke, while TruTV will carry the streams for Wisconsin and Michigan State.
The 2015 NCAA Tournament is indeed down to the Final Four, and you’ve got to know when to watch and how. Now, you’ve got the tip times and full television schedule — so don’t miss a second of the action.
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