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There will be no shortage of options to follow the showdown between Kentucky and UConn.

Ronald Martinez

SB Nation 2014 NCAA March Madness Coverage

The 2014 NCAA Tournament will come to a close on Monday night as No. 7 seed Connecticut battles No. 8 Kentucky at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Tex.

NCAA Championship Game

The tournament has been tremendous these past couple of weeks. It all got started with eight upsets and a handful of overtime thrillers in the Second Round. Then came a terrific Third Round that saw top-seeded Wichita State, No. 2 seeds Kansas and Villanova, and No. 3 seeds Creighton and Syracuse go home early. Sprinkle in some instant classics in the regional and national semifinals, and this year's Big Dance has been one to remember.

Few schools have had the postseason success the Huskies and Wildcats have experienced over the last two decades. UConn won the national title in 1999, 2004 and 2011 and also reached the Final Four in 2009. Kentucky cut the nets down in 1996 and 1998 before getting back on top in 2012. It seemed a run to the national semifinals was just about impossible this time a month ago, but John Calipari's boys have finally figured it out.

Start time: 9:10 p.m. ET


Online stream: March Madness Live will stream the game. There is also a March Madness Live app available for Apple and Android devices.

Radio: Westwood One Radio Network will broadcast the game across the country. Connecticut's and Kentucky's regional networks will provide complete coverage of the game, as well.