Welcome to our live coverage of Michigan vs Villanova Live, Michigan vs Villanova Stream, Michigan vs Villanova Online the news conference for the Michigan Wolverines and the Villanova Wildcats, the two finalists in the 2018 NCAA Division I men’s basketball championship. Michigan vs Villanova Live stream, NCAA Men’s Basketball game schedule: TV channels info, Team Cast announcers.
Watch Villanova vs. Michigan online: 2018 national championship free streaming, TV info. The first-seeded Wildcats face off against Michigan, which ousted Loyola-Chicago on Saturday.
The title game matchup between the Wolverines and Wildcats is set
Michigan and Villanova are the two remaining teams in the 2018 NCAA Tournament after they each won their respective Final Four game on Saturday night. The third-seeded Wolverines are now the hottest team in the country after ending No. 11 Loyola-Chicago’s miraculous run through the bracket, having won 14 straight games dating back to early February. They’ll match up with the top-seeded Wildcats, who just finished making fellow No. 1 Kansas look as pedestrian as the other four opponents they had previously dismantled across the opening two weeks of March Madness.
Villanova vs. Michigan
- Date: Monday, April 2 at 9:20 p.m. ET
- Location: Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas
- TV: TBS ( )
- Stream: March Madness Live
- Follow: CBS Sports App
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They meet Monday, April 2. The title game will tip off at 9:20 p.m. ET. You’re going to want to find a good seat for that night — and we at CBS and Turner have your viewing needs covered.
And we’re catering to your interests! While TBS shows the traditional national broadcast, TNT and truTV will offer special TeamCasts. They are built for hard-core fans interested in a localized broadcast just for them. So if you happen to be a Wolverine, Rambler, Wildcat or Jayhawk, you’re going to want to check out those channels.
If you’re looking for an online stream, head over to March Madness Live (find details on using the streaming service here). Here’s the key TV info:
NCAA championship TV schedule
Monday, April 2, 9:20 p.m. ET: Michigan vs. Villanova
- TBS: National Broadcast (Jim Nantz, Grant Hill, Bill Raftery and Tracy Wolfson)
- TNT: Michigan TeamCast
- TruTV: Villanova TeamCast
Michigan TeamCast on TNT
- Matt Park, play-by-play – Park just completed his 11th season as the voice of the Michigan women’s basketball team. He is a three-time Michigan Association of Broadcasters award winner for play by play on both radio and television.
- Jay Feely, analyst – Feely, a Michigan alum, has been an analyst for the NFLON CBS since 2016 after first joining CBS Sports Network in 2014. Feely works as THE NFL ON CBS’ kicking analyst, as well, including serving that role beginning in 2015 and during Super Bowl 50. He won a National Championship with Michigan in 1997 and enjoyed a 14-year NFL career as a kicker.
- Dr. Sanjay Gupta, reporter – Dr. Gupta, a Michigan alum, is a multiple Emmy-award winning chief medical correspondent for CNN, where he has worked since 2001. He is the host of Vital Signs for CNN and a member of the staff and faculty at the Emory University School of Medicine.
- Scott Graham, play-by-play – Graham returns as play-by-play announcer for Villanova’s TeamCast after serving in the same role in 2016. He currently announces Big East games for a variety of networks.
- Randy Foye, analyst – Foye, a Villanova alum, was a 2006 first team All-American and the Big East Player of the Year in leading Villanova to the Elite 8. He played for seven teams in a 12-year NBA career.
- Kacie McDonnell, reporter – McDonnell, a Villanova alum, returns as reporter after serving in the same role in 2016. She currently works for NESN, covering Boston-area teams.
Still, it’s a tough loss for a squad that overcame a lot of adversity—including an overtime Elite Eight win over Duke—to reach the Final Four. Villanova was the more experienced and talented team in the end, which is why the Wildcats are now a massive favorite to cut down the nets in San Antonio and join the ranks of collegiate blue bloods with multiple titles in a short span.
If you’d like to take a look at how we got here, check out our bracket with every score and links to stats and more. And if you’re going to be streaming the games, here’s our guide on how to do that for free.
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