How to Watch Kentucky vs. North Carolina Elite Eight NCAA Tournament Live Stream Online
In Gonzaga, Oregon, and either South Carolina or Florida, the first three tickets to the Final Four will have gone to teams that aren’t, historically speaking, college basketball powerhouses. But the last spot will belong to one of the sport’s blue bloods. It’s Kentucky vs. North Carolina in the South Region Final Sunday afternoon, with the winner moving on to Phoenix for the Final Four.
After getting past a tough, woefully underseeded Wichita State squad in the Round of 32, Kentucky had minimal trouble taking care of UCLA on Friday night, coasting to a double-digit win. Now, the Wildcats find themselves on the brink of a fifth Final Four in the past seven years, and remain in the hunt for the program’s ninth National Championship.
North Carolina was never threatened in their Sweet 16 match-up against Butler on Friday. Now, they look to take down the Wildcats, and advance to their second consecutive Final Four.
The winner, whoever it is, figures to be a prohibitive favorite to cut down the nets in Phoenix. So the stakes are enormous in this one, which has a chance to be the game of the Tournament.
Tip-off is scheduled for 5:05 PM ET on CBS. The game can be streamed online free with a cable subscription via NCAA March Madness Live. It can also be streamed via the March Madness Live app, which can be downloaded from Apple’s App store or the Google Play store.
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