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Final Four TV schedule 2015: Duke, Kentucky, Wisconsin and Michigan State clash on Saturday

The college basketball season reaches its crescendo with the Final Four on Saturday. Check out the complete schedule here.

The college basketball season is nearly over, but the most exciting part of the year is coming up with the Final Four in Indianapolis. By the end of the day, we will know who's playing for the national championship on Monday night. Both games are airing on TBS, with team-specific broadcasters calling the action on TNT and truTV.

The first game of the day features two legendary coaches when Mike Krzyzewski and Tom Izzo's squads face each other. Believe it or not, Izzo and Coach K have only faced each other in the tournament three times -- the Final Four in 1999, and the Sweet 16 in both 2005 and 2013. Duke owns a 2-1 record in those meetings. Michigan State and Duke did play each other in the regular season this year, with the Blue Devils pulling off an 81-71 win.

Michigan State was sitting on the tournament bubble not too long ago, but Izzo pulled out his March magic once again, and the Spartans are the only team in the semifinals not seeded No. 1. It wouldn't be hard to conceive Michigan State making a title run similar to last year's Connecticut Huskies. But first, they'll have to get past Jahlil Okafor, Justise Winslow and company, which is no easy task.

The second game of the night could be the best one of the year. Kentucky and Wisconsin were always destined for a collision course when the tournament was seeded, and fans will get their dream matchup when the Wildcats and Badgers collide. It's a classic "unstoppable force meets immovable object" matchup, with Wisconsin's top-ranked offense going up against Kentucky's nation-best defense. With John Calipari's team only two wins away from immortality, expect plenty of fireworks in this game.

No. 1 Duke vs. No. 7 Michigan State

Time: 6:09 p.m. ET


Online: March Madness Live

Odds: Duke -5

No. 1 Kentucky vs. No. 1 Wisconsin

Time: 8:49 p.m. ET


Online: March Madness Live

Odds: Kentucky -5

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