Have you made your Final Four plans yet?
Whether you're throwing—or going to—a big party, taking a trip to your local watering hole, watching by yourself at home (you know, because of the constant screaming) or streaming the games from work while keeping a watchful eye out for your boss, tuning into Saturday's action is imperative.
The view from the cheap seats at the Final Four.... The video board is BIGGER than the court. pic.twitter.com/U74xWTnwl7— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) April 4, 2014
What good would this all be if you weren't entirely sure how to watch the games?
Luckily, that's what we're here for.
To ensure that you don't miss a moment of the action, let's break down all of the essential, need-to-know information for Saturday's contests and glance at the updated tournament bracket for your viewing pleasure.
The complete 2014 NCAA tournament bracket can be found on CBSSports.com.
Final Four Schedule
The stage is set for some action-packed performances on Saturday evening.
Florida takes on Connecticut in a Dec. 2 rematch in which Shabazz Napier's buzzer-beater handed the Gators their second (and final) loss of the season. Here's how that play unfolded:
Frank Kaminsky and the Wisconsin Badgers face off against the high-octane Kentucky Wildcats led by the double-double machine Julius Randle.
Biggest X factor and single most valuable player on any of the 4 teams is 7-foot Frank Kaminsky. He gives Wis a chance it has never had.— Skip Bayless (@RealSkipBayless) April 4, 2014
Kaminsky has been a one-man show recently; however, the five freshmen comprising Kentucky's squad have been one of the most versatile and exciting teams to watch throughout the tournament.
Each of these teams work in very different ways from each other, which should make these Final Four contests a sight to behold.
Get your popcorn ready.
|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|
All of the Final Four action can be live streamed on NCAA.com.