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NCAA Final Four TV options

Viewing options

Viewers will have options for watching the tonight's NCAA semifinals.

The main broadcast will be on cable for the first time, with Florida versus Connecticut beginning at 6 on TBS, followed by Kentucky against Wisconsin. The network will have three hours of pregame coverage beginning at 3.

For viewers interested in a Gator-centric broadcast, TNT also will air the game at 6, with former UF announcer David Steele on play-by-play working with Gator Basketball Network analyst Mark Wise and reporter James Bates, a former Gator football player.

A similar broadcast focused on UConn will air simultaneously on truTV.

During the late game, a Kentucky-oriented broadcast will be on TNT, and Wisconsin will be the focus on truTV.

CBS will broadcast the title game at 9 Monday night

NCAA Final Four TV options 04/04/14 [Last modified: Friday, April 4, 2014 10:35pm]
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