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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...
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
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Wichita State's cheerleaders threw up the shocker on live TV, and we are still laughing.
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Because any given March, a team full of transfers and castoffs, from a commuter campus in a city more known as the birthplace of Pizza Hut, can become the hottest thing in sports overnight.
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