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NCAA Final Four 2014: Game time, TV schedule for UConn-Florida, Kentucky-Wisconsin

The Huskies, Gators, Wildcats, and Badgers are going all in for a chance at the national title.

Ronald Martinez

College basketball's final three games of the 2013-2014 season are tipping off shortly with the remaining four favorite Florida Gators facing off with the seven seeded Connecticut Huskies and last Big Ten teaming standing side, the Wisconsin Badgers against arguably the hottest team in the country, the Kentucky Wildcats.

The first game, Florida-UConn, tips off from AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas at 6:09 p.m. ET. For the first time ever, this year's traditional broadcast will not be on CBS, but rather TBS. Jim Nantz, Greg Anthony, and Steve Kerr will be calling all the action.

However, in the spirit of this past January's BCS Championship Game, UConn fans will be able to turn on truTV for Eric Frede from CSN New England calling the game with former Husky Donny Marshall. On TNT, Orlando Magic play-by-play announcer David Steele and Gator Basketball Network analyst Mark Wise will be on color.

If you can't catch the action on TV, the March Madness Live App will have you covered and is available for iOS, Android, and Windows OS smart phones and tablets. March Madness Live on your desktop or laptop will do the trick as well.

Finally, at approximately 8:49 p.m. ET, you can watch Wisconsin-Kentucky. Much like with the former, the primary broadcast with Nantz/Anthony/Kerr will be on TBS, with an alternate broadcast available for Kentucky fans on TNT. WKYT-TV's Rob Bromley will be joined by former Wildcat Rex Chapman. on truTV, Wayne Larrivee (familiar to all B1G-ers) and ex-Badger Mike Kelley will have the honors.