NCAA Final Four 2014: Game time, TV schedule for Kentucky vs. Wisconsin

Jonathan Daniel

The Wildcats and Badgers take the court about 40 minutes after the conclusion of the first semifinal game from AT&T Stadium.

SB Nation 2014 Final Four Preview

Two college basketball heavyweights will meet Saturday night in an NCAA Tournament semifinal game when Kentucky and Wisconsin play for a spot in the national championship game.

That matchup will come about 40 minutes after the conclusion of Florida vs. Connecticut. For now, the Wildcats and Badgers are slated to start around 8:49 p.m. ET, with that time subject to change depending on how long the first game runs.

For the first time, Final Four games will be broadcast on TBS on Saturday. Jim Nantz, Greg Anthony and Steve Kerr have the call for the national broadcast, but if you're rooting for either Kentucky or Wisconsin, you have the option to watch team-specific broadcasts instead.

Kentucky fans can turn to TNT where they'll hear a familiar voice in WKYT-TV's Rob Bromley calling play-by-play. Former Wildcat Rex Chapman will handle color commentary with WKYT-TV's Dave Baker reporting courtside.

Wisconsin fans should head to truTV, where Wayne Larrivee, voice of the Green Bay Packers, will have the call. Next to him will be former Badger Mike Kelley, who will serve as analyst. Kelley played for Wisconsin the last time it reached the Final Four in 2000.

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