Your Final Four Announcing Schedule

After a less-than-thrilling quartet of games over the weekend, the Final Four is set.  Two teams from the ACC (sorry new and old Big East folk alike), one from the Big Ten, and one from the Missouri Valley Conference.  Louisville and Wichita State do battle in the early game on Saturday with Syracuse and Michigan in the nightcap.  The championship game takes place from Atlanta in its customary insanely late Monday night timeslot.  Here's all the information you need to know as March Madness hits its April conclusion…

Final Four

Announcers: Jim Nantz, Clark Kellogg, Steve Kerr, Tracy Wolfson

Studio: Greg Gumbel, Greg Anthony, Doug Gottlieb, Kenny Smith, Charles Barkley

Saturday April 6

4:00 ET CBS – The Final Four Show

6:09 ET CBS – (9) Wichita State vs (1) Louisville

8:49 ET CBS – (4) Syracuse vs (4) Michigan

Monday April 8

9:21 ET CBS – Wichita State/Louisville vs Syracuse/Michigan

Matt Yoder

About Matt Yoder

Managing Editor of Awful Announcing and award winning sportswriter. Bloguin consigliere. The biggest cat in the whole wide world.

Your Final Four announcing schedule

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There haven’t been a huge number of upsets, not a ton of exciting finishes, and no buzzer beaters this year.  But, March Madness is still March Madness and next week we finally arrive in New Orleans for the Final Four.  After a tournament that has been notable more for bad officiating and lane violations than one shining moments, at least we have a very compelling Final Four on paper.  Bluegrass rivals Kentucky and Louisville will play in Game 1 on Saturday night, while Ohio State and Kansas will play in the late game.  The CBS pregame coverage starts at 4:00 ET with Greg Gumbel and a cast of thousands live in New Orleans.  As always, the championship game comes your way Monday night.  

Saturday March 31

#1 Kentucky vs #4 Louisville (6:09 CBS) – Jim Nantz, Clark Kellogg, Steve Kerr, Traci Wolfson

#2 Ohio State vs #2 Kansas (9:49 CBS) – Jim Nantz, Clark Kellogg, Steve Kerr, Traci Wolfson

Monday April 2

UK/UL winner vs OSU/KU winner (TBA CBS) Jim Nantz, Clark Kellogg, Steve Kerr, Traci Wolfson

Matt Yoder

About Matt Yoder

Managing Editor of Awful Announcing and award winning sportswriter. Bloguin consigliere. The biggest cat in the whole wide world.

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