UCONN, Florida, Kentucky and Wisconsin ready to get it going in North Texas

04/05/2014

2014 Mens Final Four North TexasARLINGTON, TX – It’s all come down to this. The Final Four is just hours from getting underway at AT&T Stadium in North Texas.

First up, we’ll have The Final Four Show at 3:30 PM Eastern, followed by the continuation of our pregame festivities at 4:30 PM. First tip is at 6:09 ET, with Connecticut taking on the final #1 seed standing, Florida. In the nightcap, it’ll be eighth-seeded Kentucky against #2 seed Wisconsin.

Hall of Famer John Thompson is a part of our broadcast crew and he sat down with WestwoodOne NCAA basketball host Jason Horowitz to preview the action.

(Listen to a preview of the action from Jason and Coach Thompson)

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