We’ve gone from 68 teams in the NCAA Tournament all the way down to four. That’s right, the Final Four is set. No. 2 seed Houston will play No. 1 seed Baylor in the first National Semifinal before No. 1 seed Gonzaga takes on No. 11 UCLA in the other.
It seems only fitting that after the Sweet 16 saw the highest seed average in tournament history, a double digit seed makes its way to the National Semifinals. And while UCLA is the most historic program in college basketball history, this would be the most surprising title in program history. The Bulldogs, meanwhile, are looking for history of their own as they continue a march toward perfection and attempt to become the first team since Indiana in 1976 to win the national title without a loss all season.
Below, the tip times for the rest of the NCAA Tournament, including national semifinals and title game that will air on CBS.
March Madness wouldn’t be complete without a bracket, so be sure to grab an NCAA Tournament printable bracket.
March Madness Live will again be your home for live streaming access to the 2021 NCAA Tournament.
All times Eastern
2021 NCAA Tournament dates, schedule Final Four
Saturday, April 3Lucas Oil Stadium
Time (ET)MatchupTV/Results5:14 p.m.(2) Houston vs. (1) BaylorJim Nantz / Bill Raftery / Grant Hill // Tracy Wolfson CBS (watch live)8:34 p.m.(11) UCLA vs. (1) GonzagaJim Nantz / Bill Raftery / Grant Hill // Tracy Wolfson CBS (watch live) National Championship
Monday, April 5 — 9 p.m. (CBS)Lucas Oil Stadium