Final Four 2013 dates, times and TV channel

Final Four 2013 dates, times and TV channel for the NCAA Tournament national championship game between Louisville and Michigan.

The NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament is down to the Final Four, with two games Saturday, April 6, at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta determining which teams will meet in the national championship game on Monday. Jim Nantz and Clark Kellogg have the call from the CBS booth.

Final Four 2013 dates, times and TV channel


Monday, April 8

9pm: Louisville vs. Michigan (Atlanta, Ga.), CBS
11:30pm: Championship Post-Game Show, CBS
12am: Inside March Madness, truTV

Saturday, April 6

3pm: Pre-Game Show, CBS
3:30pm: Pre-Game Show, CBS
4pm: Road to the Final Four, CBS
6pm: 9 Wichita State vs. 1 Louisville (Atlanta, Ga.), CBS
8:30pm: 4 Syracuse vs. 4 Michigan (Atlanta, Ga.), CBS
11pm: Final Four Post-Game Show, CBS
11:30pm: Inside March Madness, truTV
Sunday, April 7
2pm: Reese’s College All-Star Game (Atlanta, Ga.), CBS
4pm: NCAA Division II Championship Game, CBS


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More details from the CBS press release:

2013 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship Final Four Tips Off Saturday, April 6 on CBS
CBS Sports and Turner Sports’ exclusive coverage of the 2013 NCAA® Division I Men’s Basketball Final Four® on Saturday, April 6 (6:00-11:00 PM, ET) tips-off with Wichita State against Louisville (6:09 PM, ET) on CBS.  Syracuse against Michigan follows 40 minutes after the conclusion of the first game.  Jim Nantz, Clark Kellogg and Steve Kerr call the games with Tracy Wolfson serving as reporter.

Coverage begins with THE FINAL FOUR SHOW® (4:00-6:00 PM, ET) hosted by Greg Gumbel along with analysts Charles Barkley, Greg Anthony, Kenny Smith and Doug Gottlieb, live from the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Ga.

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