Florida vs. Michigan: Game time, TV schedule for 2013 NCAA Tournament

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Two top-10 teams throughout most of the year meet in Arlington for a chance to go to the Final Four on Sunday.

The Florida Gators and Michigan Wolverines spent much of the season ranked near the top of the top-25 polls. On Sunday afternoon, they'll play for a spot in the Final Four.

The Gators have been a tough team to figure out all season. Kenpom ranks them as the best team in the land thanks to their efficiencies on both ends of the floor, although they've been awful at closing games out late in the second half.

Florida is very well balanced. They don't have any superstars on their roster, but they go eight-deep with their bench and have five players who average at least nine points a game. When senior guards Kenny Boynton and Mike Rosario are playing well and under control, UF is very tough to beat.

For more on the Gators, be sure to check out Alligator Army.

The Wolverines pulled off an improbable comeback to get to this point in the tournament. Down by 10 points to Kansas in the Sweet 16, Trey Burke capped off a furious comeback attempt in the final two minutes to force overtime. Michigan then won in the extra session.

Burke was terrific in the second half, but it's freshman center Mitch McGary who has really turned it on in March. In his last five games, McGary is averaging 15.6 points and 11 rebounds. Containing him around the basket is a must for UF's veteran frontline.

Head over to Maize and Brew for Michigan hoops coverage.

Start Time, TV Coverage: 2:20 p.m. ET, CBS

Location: Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas

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