NCAA Final Four Games: How to Watch the Live Stream Online

Everything you need to know to watch the Final Four.

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Only four teams left in March Madness—and this year has definitely lived up to the name. North Carolina, South Carolina, Oregon and Gonzaga will duke (sorry, Duke) it out to see who will play in the championship game Monday, April 3.

Three of the teams were expected to make it far in March Madness, but the real shocker is South Carolina.

Keep in mind: The South Carolina Gamecocks hadn’t played in a NCAA tournament in 13 years and last won a game in 1973—over 40 years ago. They started the tournament seeded seventh in their league, but knocked out widely favored Baylor, taking them to the Elite Eight and destroying fantasy brackets nationwide. In this March Madness, SC has won twice as many tournament games as they have in the school’s whole history.

Saturday, April 1, South Carolina is up against top seed Gonzaga. The game starts on at 6:09 p.m. ET on CBS. You can live-stream the action for free from the NCAA website.

Also Saturday: Basketball royalty North Carolina will play no. 3-seed Oregon. UNC is expected to take the title, but who knows? Oregon may pull a South Carolina. The game is on CBS at 8:49 p.m. ET, but you can live-stream at the NCAA site.

Will it be an all-Carolina NCAA final game? All bets are off.