March Madness Final Four schedule, opening odds, TV channels, start times

The schedule is set so here is a quick primer for what you need to know about how to view and wager the action. Both Final video games will occur at Lucas Oil Stadium and can be streamed on March Madness Live while chances referenced in this story are offered thanks to the FanDuel Sportsbook.

The Final Four schedule and betting lines are set for what need to be a Super Saturday at the NCAA Tournament.
The roadway to the Final Four has finally concerned an end as Baylor, Houston, Gonzaga and Michigan are the last teams standing in March Madness. It is rather ironic that an NCAA Tournament that has actually been defined by historical upsets ended up positioning three 1-seeds and a 2-seed in the Final Four, however the result is that the basketball needs to be incredible on Saturday night.

Final Four bracket

Time: 5:14 p.m. ET

March Madness– Final Four action set up for Saturday, April 3
No. 2 Houston vs. No. 1 Baylor

TV: CBS

Line: Baylor -5

This in-state face-off should be an appealing contrast of designs. Houston is a team that prospers with lockdown defense, as evidenced by its early efficiency versus Oregon State in the Elite Eight, while Baylor will aim to overwhelm the Cougars with their explosive offense.
The problem for Houston is that the Bears are capable of playing stingy defense as well, which is bothersome for a Cougars team that has problems putting the ball in the basket. Bet on Baylor to use its exceptional skill to overwhelm Houston and advance to the nationwide champion video game.
Forecast: Baylor 79, Houston 71
No. 11 UCLA vs. No. 1 Gonzaga

The primary headline of the night will be seeing if Gonzaga can keep its dream of an unbeaten season alive. The Bulldogs have not been challenged at all during the NCAA Tournament, steamrolling all four of their challengers to date, consisting of a USC team that had been among the hottest squads in March Madness prior to their matchup with Gonzaga.
Next up for the Bulldogs is UCLA, who became simply the second group ever to go from the First Four to the Final Four by pulling off some spectacular upsets of Alabama and Michigan in the East Regional final. The dish for those wins involved taking the air out of the basketball and restricting ownerships, a tactical plan that will keep the game close, however the talent edge that Gonzaga has will win the day.

Time: 8:34 p.m. ET
TV: CBS
Line: N/A

Forecast: Gonzaga 70, UCLA 62

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