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How to watch Final Four online, TV schedule, radio and more

College basketball fans hoping to catch Saturday's Final Four match-ups will have a number of different viewing and listening options when the games tip-off at 6:09 p.m. ET.

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Entering this weekend's Final Four double-header, CBS Sports and the NCAA have provided a number of different viewing and listening options for fans to access the action. Both games will be available on television, streamed online and by smartphone and will also be available on radio.

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The action tips off at 6:09 p.m. ET with Louisville and Wichita State and is followed by Michigan-Syracuse. Both games will be broadcast live on CBS. Fans hoping to catch the games online will also be able to stream them on March Madness Live at NCAA.com.

For fans more inclined to use their smart phones or tablets, iTunes offers its own March Madness Live app for iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad and iPad Mini, and the same app is also available in the Android store as well.

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Finally for anyone hoping to catch Saturday's action on radio, both games are available via Dial Global Sports.

WSCR-AM 670 is Chicago's Dial Global affiliate.

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