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NCAA Championship 2014, UConn-Kentucky: Game Time, TV schedule, and more

It's the final college basketball game of 2014. Join us as we watch UConn take on Kentucky on CBS.

Ronald Martinez

We're down to but one game in the the 2014 NCAA Tournament as No. 7 seed Connecticut improbably meets up with No. 8 Kentucky at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Tex.

So far, the 2014 tourney has been one of the best in recent memories. Kentucky seemingly's been involved in just about all the classics, from their late game tussle against Wichita State, their drop down, drag out war with Louisville, or the last second clutch makes against Michigan and Wisconsin. UConn, on the other hand, has certainly beaten their fair share of solid teams ranging from Villanova to Michigan State to the heavily favored Florida Gators to get to this point.

You're unlikely to find an an NCAA Tournament championship game with as many decorated teams as this one. Kentucky cut down the nets in 1996, 1998, and then for the first time under John Calipari in 2012. The Huskies won the national title in 1999, 2004 and 2011 and also managed to get to the Final Four in 2009. Though neither of this year's sides were expected to be here when everything was said and done, all that matters is that they're here and both are very capable of winning a game that sees playing out by 1-point and is a virtual tossup.

If you're trying to watch the game, you can do so online (appropriately enough) with March Madness Live. The March Madness live app for your iOS (iPhone/iPad), Android OS, and Windows OS phone or tablet will also do the trick.

Start time: 9:10 p.m. ET


Online stream: March Madness Live will stream the game live online. The March Madness Live app is available for Apple iOS, Android, and Windows OS devices.

Radio: Westwood One Radio Network will be broadcasting the game coast-to-coast. Connecticut's and Kentucky's regional networks will also provide complete coverage of the game, as well.