Final Four 2012: Game Times Set For New Orleans

The Final Four at the 2012 NCAA Tournament is set, after the Kentucky Wildcats and the Kansas Jayhawks won in convincing fashion Sunday to round out the field for New Orleans. The Wildcats never trailed after the 13-minute mark of the first half, at one point building a 23-point lead before defeating the 3-seed Baylor Bears 82-70. The Kansas Jayhawks had a little tougher time with the North Carolina Tar Heels, but a 12-0 run to end the game eventually gave them a 80-67 victory.

The Wildcats and Jayhawks will take on the winners of Saturday's Elite Eight matchups. The Ohio State Buckeyes took out the Syracuse Orange to set up a date with the Jayhawks in the NCAA Tournament's semifinals. The Louisville Cardinals smothered the Michigan State Spartans, creating a rematch with hated rival Kentucky.

Here's Saturday's Final Four game times and TV Schedule:

Saturday March 31

Louisville vs. Kentucky, 6:09 p.m. ET, CBS

Ohio State vs. Kansas, 8:49 p.m. ET, CBS

For more 2012 NCAA Tournament coverage, follow our StoryStream. Also visit SB Nation for more March Madness coverage. Printable bracket can be viewed by clicking here.

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