March Madness 2016: Time, TV Schedule, Live Streams For Villanova Vs. North Carolina NCAA Championship Game


The brackets have been busted, the stage has been set and the NCAA March Madness is rolling to Houston.

All you need to know is what time the Final Four games begin and where to watch on television or on live streaming.


For anyone who has been living under a rock lately, the NCAA March Madness Basketball Tournament Final Four is coming up this weekend. The North Carolina Tar Heels, Syracuse Orange, Oklahoma Sooners and Villanova Wildcats are the last teams dancing.

And then there were four. #FinalFour pic.twitter.com/uqeyuEUPsJ

— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 28, 2016

Pumped up yet?

Interested in watching the games on TV or even flying out to Houston to experience the madness up close? Patch has you covered.

Here's everything you need to know about the NCAA Basketball Tournament Final Four:

What time do the games come on TV?

On Saturday April 2, all four teams will be broadcast on TBS:

At 6:09 p.m. it will be a battle of No. 2 seeds when the Oklahoma Sooners face the Villanova Wildcats. Both teams are coming off wins over No. 1 seeded teams and are led by senior captains. For Villanova, it's the consistent Ryan Arcidiacono and for Oklahoma it's Buddy Hield, a two-time Big 12 Player of the Year and a favorite to win this year's Naismith Trophy.

The second game, which tips off at 8:49 p.m. features two Atlantic Coast Conference teams. No. 1 North Carolina will be looking to end the Cinderella run of No. 10 Syracuse. In the regular season North Carolina, defeated the Orange twice, but anything can happen in March Madness. Jim Boeheim's squad will be trying to pull off an upset over a No. 1 seed for the second consecutive game.

The winners play in the Championship game Monday, April 4 at a time to be determined.

What if I don't have a TV?

Don't worry, because the NCAA has been streaming every March Madness game on its website.

You can click here for a live stream of every 2016 NCAA tournament game.

Where are the games being played?

The Final Four games will be played at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas. Fans from all across the country will converge on the Space City to pack the stadium which holds a capacity of 72,220.

How can I buy tickets?

Want to support your favorite team in-person? The NCAA has officially partnered with PrimeSport for ticket sales. If you're on a different website that is offering official tickets, watch out because it could be a scam. Follow the link above to check out the available ticket packages.

Why go to Houston for the Final Four?

The Final Four is more than just a few basketball games. The NCAA pulls out all the stops to make sure that fans have the best experience possible. All week long the NCAA will be putting on events for fans such as the Final Four Fan Fest, the March Madness Music Festival and Reese's Final Four Friday. Admission to these events is free if you have a ticket to the games.

Artists performing at the Music Festival include:

  • Kendrick Lamar
  • Maroon 5
  • Fall Out Boy
  • Pitbull
  • Flo Rida
  • Jason Derulo
  • Panic! at the Disco
  • And many more

How can I stay updated on the Final Four?

There's an official twitter account you can follow that will give you up-to-date updates on the Final Four. You can also stick with Patch; we'll be posting Final Four updates.

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