Final Four TV schedule: Tip-off times and broadcast info ahead of New Orleans event
Final Four teams are getting set for a trip to New Orleans in what has all the makings for a historic event featuring blue blood programs.
The first-ever Duke and North Carolina game in the NCAA Tournament will get a majority of the spotlight, but Kansas and Villanova, typically a huge game, will be the appetizer.
The National Semifinals on Saturday will air on TBS as Villanova against Kansas is set to tip off at 6:09 p.m. ET, followed by North Carolina against Duke. Jim Nantz, Grant Hill and Bill Raftery will call the games with reporter Tracy Wolfson for the seventh consecutive tournament. Gene Steratore will serve as rules analyst for his third Final Four.
Then on Monday, the national championship game wills start at 9:20 p.m. ET and air on TBS.
2022 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship Final Four tips off Saturday, April 2, on @TBSNetwork
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The Tar Heels made the blue blood-heavy Final Four official when they took down the last of the underdogs Sunday by coasting over 15th-seeded Saint Peter’s, to set up a Final Four for the ages in New Orleans: Duke-Carolina will also highlight Coach K’s final appearance on college basketball’s biggest stage. The winner gets Kansas or Villanova for the national championship.