2022 Final Four schedule, bracket: March Madness live stream, games, teams, times, TV channel


The 2022 NCAA Tournament is rapidly coming to a close, which means the Final Four teams have been locked in for the festivities in New Orleans that will end with the crowning of a national champion in Division I men’s college basketball. With Duke vs. North Carolina and Kansas vs. Villanova on deck, New Orleans awaits one of the blue-bloodiest final weekend fields in recent memory, setting up what should be an epic finale to a great college hoops season and 2022 March Madness.

The Tobacco Road rivalry undeniably takes center stage of the two Saturday showdowns — storylines abound as they’ve never faced each other in an NCAA Tournament, and it comes in what will either be Coach K’s last or penultimate game as a head coach — but the betting spreads on the doubleheader are both within 4.5 points. Even No. 1 seed Kansas taking on a thin Villanova team that just lost second-leading scorer Justin Moore is expected to be a close one.

So buckle yourself up for a frenetic finish to a fantastic 2022 NCAA Tournament starting Saturday evening as we prepare to chop the field from four to two ahead of Monday night’s national title game. All times below Eastern.

2022 Final Four viewing info

Saturday, April 2
Caesars Superdome — New Orleans

  • (1) Kansas vs. (2) Villanova — 6:09 pm on TBS (watch live)
  • (2) Duke vs. (8) North Carolina — 8:49 pm on TBS (watch live)

Paths to 2022 Final Four

(2) Duke

(8) North Carolina

  • first round: (8) North Carolina 95, (9) Marquette 63 | recap
  • second round: (8) North Carolina 93, (1) Baylor 86 (OT) | recap
  • sweet 16: (8) North Carolina 73, (4) UCLA 66 | Love powers Tar Heels past Bruins
  • Elite Eight: (8) North Carolina 69, (15) Saint Peter’s 49 | recap

(1) Kansas

(2) Villanova

  • first round: (2) Villanova 80, (15) Delaware 60 | recap
  • second round: (2) Villanova 71, (7) Ohio State 61 | recap
  • sweet 16: (2) Villanova 63, (11) Michigan 55 | recap
  • Elite Eight: (2) Villanova 50, (5) Houston 44 | Wildcats are first team to Final Four

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