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March Madness 2022 Final Four: game times, TV, and how to stream and watch online

After two weeks of rollercoaster action, March Madness is quickly coming to a close, with the Final Four tipping off tonight. Here’s how to watch.

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After two weeks of rollercoaster action, March Madness is quickly coming to a close, with the Final Four tipping off tonight. Here’s how to watch.

This year’s edition of March Madness has been a crazy ride, and the action is finally nearing its finale at the Superdome, starting off with the Final Four.

New Orleans will be seeing four blue-blood teams who are no stranger to winning the NCAA championship. They are blue-bloods not just because of their team colors, but also because of their solid track record in the competition.

UNC vs. Duke, Kansas vs. Villanova

The North Carolina Tar Heels will be heading into their 21st Final Four, which is the most number of appearances in the men’s division. The Duke Blue Devils are at their 17th, while the Kansas Jayhawks are at their 16th. The Villanova Wildcats, meanwhile, are gunning for their third NCAA championship since 2016,

The Duke and North Carolina showdown is highly anticipated, with the game possibly wrapping up the illustrious career of Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski.

After tonight, the contenders will be down to two teams who will be fighting it out for the national title.

How to watch the 2022 Final Four

Date: Saturday, April 2

Venue. Caesars Superdome, New Orleans

Time: Kansas (1) vs. Villanova (2) - 6:09 p.m. ET / 3 p.m. PT

          Duke (2) vs. North Carolina (8) - 8:49 p.m. ET / 6 p.m. PT

TV: TBS

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Streaming: You can follow the Final Four in March Madness Live, the official home of the 2022 NCAA Tournament games. You can also access the matches through live streaming platforms such as Sling TV or Hulu+ Live TV.

Tickets: This year’s March Madness returns to a little more normalcy this year, after being cancelled in 2020 and having a very limited audience last year. If you want to catch the excitement in person, you can still buy tickets to the semifinals and the finals here.

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