The 2014-2015 college basketball season embarks on its second to last day of games this season, as the National semi-finals tip off in Indianapolis Saturday evening. Saturday's games feature two interesting match-ups as Tom Izzo's Spartans face off against Mike Krzyzewski's Blue Devils and the Big Ten champion Wisconsin Badgers try to spoil Kentucky's bid for a perfect season. The season wraps up on Monday, when today's winners will face off in the NCAA Championship game.
The Big Ten is the only conference that had two teams advance to the Final Four, with Michigan State somewhat surprisingly joining one-seed Wisconsin in Indianapolis. Duke, another one seed, is the only representative from the ACC to make it to the final weekend, despite the conference having an NCAA Tournament record five teams advance to the Sweet 16. Kentucky, who is searching for the first perfect season in NCAA D1 basketball since Indiana went 32-0 in 1976, is the last remaining team from the SEC in this year's tournament.
Maryland was one of just a handful of team to defeat at least two of this year's Final Four field, as the Terps beat Wisconsin at home and took down Michigan State twice during the regular season.
Saturday, April 4 (6:09 p.m. ET & 8:49 p.m. ET)
|6:09 p.m.||TBS||Indianapolis||(1) Duke Blue Devils vs. (7) Michigan State Spartans||Jim Nantz/Bill Raftery & Grant Hill/Tracy Wolfson|
|8:49 p.m.||TBS||Indianapolis||(1) Wisconsin Badgers vs. (1) Kentucky Wildcats||Jim Nantz/Bill Raftery & Grant Hill/Tracy Wolfson|
Online streaming for today's games can be found here.