The madness of March is at an all-time high as we get closer to the Final Four.
The 2014 NCAA tournament has been completely unpredictable—as it is every year—and brackets have gone down in flames as a result.
Not many people expected Duke to fall to Mercer in Round 2, Dayton to make an improbable run to the Elite Eight and Kentucky to beat three of last year's Final Four teams in consecutive games. These are only a fraction of the tournament's fantastic storylines.
PHOTOS: The biggest NCAA tournament upsets: http://t.co/8oirtOt8m0— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) March 24, 2014
With the Final Four on the horizon, there's reason to believe the intensity will continue to increase.
Not a moment of the forthcoming action should be missed, so let's take a look at the updated tournament bracket and all of the essential need-to-know viewing information for the spectacle known as the Final Four.
Is your bracket still alive? Is your favorite team still in the mix? If you answered yes to either of those questions, good luck going forward. If you answered no to both, it's alright; there's still plenty of exciting action for your viewing pleasure.
TBS to Televise Final Four National Semifinals for First Time; CBS to Broadcast National Championship for 33rd Consecutive Year #FinalFour— March Madness TV (@MarchMadnessTV) April 1, 2014
Whatever your motive for watching the Final Four may be, note the viewing information to ensure you don't miss a second of either contest.
|Date||Time (ET)||Matchup||TV Info|
|Sat., April 5||6:09 p.m.||No. 1 Florida vs. No. 7 Connecticut||TBS|
|Sat., April 5||8:49 p.m.||No. 2 Wisconsin vs. No. 8 Kentucky||TBS|
The Final Four action can be live streamed on NCAA.com.
Another year of March Madness, another year without a perfect bracket. No matter how much preparation you undergo before the tournament begins, there will always be unexpected and improbable results.
By end of today, the perfect NCAA bracket odds of 9.2-quintillion-to-1 may start to look a little low. By about a centillion.— Thomas Boswell (@ThomasBoswellWP) March 23, 2014
If one of your Final Four teams is still alive, you're in good shape. If not, there's always next year. Here's how the current bracket looks as we head toward the tournament's remaining action.
|Final Four (April 5)||Championship (April 7)|
|No. 1 Florida vs. No. 7 Connecticut|
|TBD vs. TBD|
|No. 2 Wisconsin vs. No. 8 Kentucky|
The complete 2014 NCAA tournament bracket can be viewed on CBSSports.com.