Final Four TV Schedule, Matchups, and Tip Times

This was originally posted on March 27th, 2011

I feel like I just watched Kirk Gibson hit a hobbled home run, because all I can think right now is, “I don’t…believe…what I just saw!”

But it wasn’t a Kirk Gibson home run that I just saw; it was a VCU Rams home run. More like a grand slam, against #1 seeded Kansas. And now the Virginia Commonwealth Rams, led by Shaka Smart, will be facing the Butler Bulldogs, led by Brad Stevens, in the Final Four.

Wow.

We’ll find out in a couple of hours who will be facing UCONN in the other Final Four matchup. Enjoy that game. In the meantime, here is the Final Four TV schedule:

Final 4 TV Schedule and Matchups:

TV Schedule and Matchups for Saturday, April 2nd

  • Final 4 Game 1: 6:09 ET Tip Time – Butler Bulldogs v VCU Rams
  • Final 4 Game 2: 8:49 ET Tip Time – Connecticut Huskies v Kentucky Wildcats

TV Schedule and Matchup for Monday, April 4th

  • NCAA Championship Game: 9:18 ET Tip Time – Game 1 Winner v Game 2 Winner

Note: Credit goes to @fangsbites for the tips times. If you haven’t bookmarked FangsBites.com, go do it now. Thanks.

Here is the basic info about the 2011 Final Four:

2011-final-four-tickets-discounts-dates-location-tv-announcers2011 Final Four Basic Info

  • Final Four Date: Saturday, April 2nd
  • NCAA Championship Game Date: Monday, April 4th
  • Final Four Location: Houston, Texas
  • Final Four Arena: Reliant Arena
  • Final 4 TV: CBS
  • Final 4 Announcers: Jim Nantz, Clark Kellogg, and Steve Kerr

2011 Final Four Tickets

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  • Click here: 2011 Final Four Tickets
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We will have plenty of Final 4 coverage here at MSF throughout the week, so be sure to stop back by. Now go enjoy North Carolina-Kentucky. If the first three games of the Elite 8 are any indication, it’s going to be epic.

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