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NCAA Tournament 2016: Final Four Schedule, TV Guide, Odds

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Your Saturday NCAA Live Thread

Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

2016 Final Four, Saturday April 2, 2016


TruTV

6:09 pm ET

(2) Villanova Wildcats vs.
(2) Oklahoma Sooners



TNT

Where: NRG Stadium (Capacity: 71,795)
Houston, TX
Broadcast Team Jim Nantz / Grant Hill / Bill Raftery // Tracy Wolfson


TruTV

8:49 pm ET

(10) Syracuse Orange vs.
(1) North Carolina Tar Heels



TNT

Matchup Time TV Live Stream Announcers
(1) Virginia Cavaliers vs. (10) Syracuse Orange 6:09pm ET TBS NCAA.com & March Madness Live app Kevin Harlan / Reggie Miller / Dan Bonner // Lewis Johnson
(1) North Carolina Tar Heels vs. (6) Notre Dame Fighting Irish 8:49pm ET TBS NCAA.com & March Madness Live app Brian Anderson / Steve Smith // Dana Jacobson

Odds to win the 2016 NCAA Men's Basketball Championship (Via Bovada)

North Carolina                       1/1

Villanova                      11/4

Oklahoma                       7/2

Syracuse                       8/1

Exact finals matchup in the 2016 NCAA Championship  

North Carolina vs Villanova        11/10

North Carolina vs Oklahoma       8/5

Syracuse vs Villanova               7/1

Syracuse vs Oklahoma              9/1

Odds to win Tournament MOP 

Brice Johnson                        5/2

Josh Hart                           4/1

Buddy Hield                          4/1

Joel Berry II                             7/1

Marcus Paige                          15/2

Kris Jenkins                        12/1

Ryan Arcidiacono                    14/1

Michael Gbinije                        14/1

Trevor Cooney                         33/1

Isaiah Cousins                           33/1

Malachi Richardson                   33/1

Jordan Woodard                       33/1

The Final Four is being played at a stadium where jump shots don't work - SBNation.com

The definitive analysis of this phenomenon was done by Ken Pomeroy last season, who found it highly likely that teams were, in fact, affected by the unique shooting backdrop provided by the dome. And he did that analysis before last year's Elite Eight game where Gonzaga, normally a 40.0 percent three-point shooting team, hit just 2-of-10 attempts from beyond the arc.