The Duke Blue Devils stormed back to rout the Michigan State Spartans in the first Final Four game on Saturday. In the second game, the Wisconsin Badgers shocked the world by taking down the undefeated Kentucky Wildcats. Now, Duke will take on Wisconsin in the Championship Game of the 2015 NCAA Tournament, and you can watch it streaming live online.
Monday night’s game will be televised on CBS with coverage beginning at 8:30 p.m. ET, but the official tip time is 9:18 p.m. ET.
On Saturday, the two Final Four games determined who would head to Monday night’s championship game, and there were some surprises.
Early on Saturday, Michigan State looked as if they were going to continue being the upset specialists. They had jumped out to an early 14-6 lead on the Duke Blue Devils and were hitting virtually every single shot they put up.
Soon after that, the Blue Devils turned things around in a big way. By the time all was said and done, Duke didn’t just come back to win, but they routed the Spartans by a score of 81-61 to advance to the championship.
— Evan Doherty (@YSportsEvan) April 5, 2015
In the second game of the night, the Wisconsin Badgers upset the undefeated Kentucky Wildcats to send them home with a record of 38-1. There were many questionable calls throughout the evening from the referees, but the Badgers were able to pull out a 71-64 victory.
It may be needless to say, but the Kentucky fans were not thrilled by the Final Four loss to Wisconsin.
— HLpublicsafety (@HLpublicsafety) April 5, 2015
There was a lot more to all that happened on Saturday night, but now it’s time to prepare for the 2015 NCAA Championship Game between Duke and Wisconsin on Monday night. There are a few ways to watch and listen to the game so make sure you know before tip time.
As has been the way throughout the entire 2015 NCAA Tournament, you can watch on March Madness Live directly from the NCAA. For those that would like to hear different announce teams, you can check Westwood One Sports for local radio stations that will call the game.
It all comes down to Monday night and the 2015 NCAA Championship Game between Duke and Wisconsin. After that, college basketball will be over for months, so don’t miss it streaming live online, on CBS, or on local radio.
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