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Final Four 2017 live stream: How to watch the last games of March Madness online

Final Four 2017 live stream

Now that everyone’s bracket has been thoroughly busted, we can finally sit back and enjoy the final three games of the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament. The Final Four starts on Saturday, April 1st, as the South Carolina Gamecocks take on the 1-seed Gonzaga Bulldogs at 6:09 PM ET and the Oregon Ducks try to topple the South region champion North Carolina Tar Heels at 8:49 PM ET.

It wasn’t much of a surprise for North Carolina and Gonzaga to make it out of their respective regions, but hardly anyone could believe that 7-seed South Carolina was able to beat Duke, Baylor and Florida to book its flight to Phoenix, Arizona for the Final Four. South Carolina will be faced with its biggest challenge yet as it tries to become just the second team to beat Gonzaga this entire season on Saturday evening.

Shortly after the South Carolina-Gonzaga game wraps up, 3-seed Oregon will face off against 1-seed North Carolina to decide the match-up that we’ll all be watching in the national championship game on Monday.

Both of the Final Four games will be broadcast on CBS, as will the national championship game. You can watch the games in your browser on the NCAA website, where they will be streaming in HD. As has been the case for the whole tournament, you will need a cable login to access the games via the website.

Alternatively, you can also watch the games on the NCAA March Madness Live app [iOS | Android]. Once again, you will have to use a cable login to watch the games, but you can always sign up for a free trial of Sling TV, DirecTV Now or PlayStation Vue. Access to CBS depends on what market you’re in though, so be sure to check and make sure you’ll have access to it before signing up. You can also buy an indoor antenna and try to pick up CBS over the air, which is how I’ve watched most of the tournament so far.

Jacob started covering video games and technology in college as a hobby, but it quickly became clear to him that this was what he wanted to do for a living. He currently resides in New York writing for BGR. His previously published work can be found on TechHive, VentureBeat and Game Rant.