The 2018 Final Four is set and headed to the Alamodome in San Antonio. The NCAA tournament continues with the semifinals on March 31 and the national championship on April 2. The Final Four is set. In what has been an upset-filled, historic 2018 NCAA tournament, only a handful of people had the clairvoyance or were lucky enough to predict that Villanova, Kansas, Michigan and Loyola of Chicago would be the last squads standing in the 68-team bracket.

The Final Four will be broadcast on TBS.
Here’s a full schedule on the Final Four:

How to watch (All time ET)
Semifinal Game 1: No. 3 Michigan vs. No. 11 Loyola-Chicago

 

Date: Saturday, March 31
Time: 6:09 p.m.
TV channel: TBS
Live stream: The game can be streamed online through NCAA March Madness Live.

Semifinal Game 2: No. 1 Villanova vs. No. 1 Kansas

Date: Saturday, March 31
Time: 8:49 p.m.
TV channel: TBS
Live stream: The game can be streamed online through NCAA March Madness Live.

Final Four 2018 Live

Millions of people took a stab at forecasting which teams would make it to San Antonio to fight for a national championship, but according to ESPN Stats & Info, only a minute fraction of those who filled out a bracket got it right:

The semifinal doubleheader will take place Saturday, with the final played Monday, April 2. Villanova will be looking to win another national title after cutting down the nets in 2016, while Kansas is in its 15th Final Four and hoping to win its first championship since 2008.

2018 NCAA Tournament: Bracket, scores, results from March Madness games to set Final Four. March Madness is nearing an end, as the NCAA Tournament field has suddenly shrunk to four following the conclusion of the Elite Eight on Sunday. Two No. 1 seeds, Villanova and Kansas, punched its tickets to San Antonio, joining Loyola-Chicago and Michigan, which did the same on Saturday.

Michigan beat Florida State 58–54 to win the West Regional. This marks Michigan’s first Final Four appearance since 2013. The 11th seeded Loyola Ramblers beat Kansas state 78–62 to win the South Regional. Loyola Chicago joins LSU (1986), George Mason (2006) and VCU (2011) as the lowest-seeded teams to ever reach the Final Four. Michigan and Loyola will play in the first semifinal game.

Villanova returns to the Final Four looking to win its second national championship in three seasons. The Wildcats defeated Texas Tech 71–59 to win the East Regional final on Sunday. No. 1 seed Kansas defeated No. 2-seeded Duke 85–81 in overtime to win the Midwest Regional. The Kansas Jayhawks last won an NCAA championship in 2008. Villanova and Kansas will play the later game.

Villanova paved its way relatively drama-free, as has been the case for the NCAA Tournament. The Wildcats knocked off Texas Tech 71-59 — its closest contest of the tournament to date — and reserved their date Saturday with 1 seed Kansas out of the Midwest Region.

Speaking of Kansas: The Jayhawks survived and advanced by the hair on their chinny-chin-chin. It took an overtime period to decide their eventual 85-81 victory over No. 2 seed Duke, but now Bill Self returns to San Antonio — the place he won his only national title a decade ago — with hopes of repeating that same magic Mario Chalmers and those Jayhawks formulated.

NCAA Tournament Final Four: Start times, Schedule, TV Channel, Live Stream Info Announced All games will be broadcast on either TBS, TNT, TruTV or CBS, and will be streamed on March Madness Live as well.