Final Four 2014: Game time, TV schedule for UConn vs. Florida

David Butler II-USA TODAY Sports

The Huskies and Gators have combined to win five of the last 15 national championships. One will move a step closer to another title.

SB Nation 2014 Final Four Preview

The Final Four tips off Saturday night in Dallas with a rematch of a regular season non-conference game that ended at the buzzer. No. 7 seed Connecticut and the top overall seed, Florida, square off in the first national semifinal from AT&T Stadium, tipping off at 6:09 p.m. ET.

Connecticut beat Florida in Storrs on Dec. 2 on a buzzer-beater from Shabazz Napier, but the Gators have not lost since. Coming into Saturday, they have won 30 in a row and are looking to secure a spot in the title game for the fourth time since 2000.

The national broadcast -- led by play-by-play man Jim Nantz, with Greg Anthony and Steve Kerr joining him courtside -- will be on TBS this year. However, if you are either a Huskies or Gators fan, you have the option to watch a team-specific broadcast instead.

UConn fans will want to turn to truTV for coverage of the game. Eric Frede from CSN New England will handle play-by-play duties, with former Husky Donny Marshall providing analysis. Former UConn women's player Swin Cash will report from the sideline.

Those interested in watching from a Florida point of view can watch TNT, where Magic play-by-play man David Steele will call the action. Mark Wise from the Gator Basketball Network will be the analyst and former Florida football player James Bates will be the sideline reporter.

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