The Final Four is finally here, which means March Madness is winding down, but we're looking forward to what promises to be a fantastic schedule of games to close out the 2017 NCAA Tournament.
Can No. 1 seed Gonzaga silence the doubters with a run to the national championship game, or will South Carolina continue its bracket-busting Cinderella run? Will North Carolina advance to its second straight National Championship game, or will Oregon make it to the final for the first time since winning the NCAA title in 1939?
While we wait for those answers, here's a look at the full 2017 Final Four schedule with dates, times and how to watch each NCAA Tournament semifinal game.
NCAA Final Four schedule
The two Final Four games will take place on Saturday, April 1. The winners will advance to the NCAA Tournament championship game on Monday, April 3.
Who is in the Final Four?
Two teams are making their first-ever Final Four appearances: Gonzaga out of the West Region, and South Carolina out of the East Region. Oregon, out of the Midwest Region, is making its first Final Four appearance since winning the first NCAA Tournament in 1939. And out of the South Region is North Carolina, which lost to Villanova in the 2016 NCAA championship game.
When is the Final Four?
The first Final Four game will be Gonzaga vs. South Carolina at 6:09 p.m. ET, followed by North Carolina vs. Oregon at 8:49, or approximately 40 minutes after the conclusion of Gonzaga vs. South Carolina. Monday's national championship game will tip off at approximately 9 p.m.
How to watch the Final Four: CBS, March Madness Live
The Final Four and national championship games will be televised on CBS. You can also live stream the games at March Madness Live,or via the March Madness app.
Where is the 2017 Final Four?
The games will be played at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Ariz. It's the first time the venue has hosted the Final Four.