Late Miami basketball Final 4 TV and radio schedule

Mar 31, 2023; Houston, TX, USA; Mandatory Credit: Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports
Mar 31, 2023; Houston, TX, USA; Mandatory Credit: Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports /

The Miami basketball team will have a lot of coverage as they get ready for an 8:49 PM tipoff versus Connecticut in the Final Four. As expected for a large event there will be a plethora of local and national coverage of the Hurricanes. Miami pre-game host Danny Rabinowitz will lead a six-hour WQAM show beginning at noon.

ESPN as expected will have extensive coverage. College Gameday will air from 2 PM ET until 6 PM right before the tipoff of Florida Atlantic and San Diego State. The ACC Network will also host its own coverage. From 4 PM ET until 6 PM ET the Nothing But Net: Men’s Final Four Pregame will air.

Beginning at 10:30 which will likely be slightly before the end of the Connecticut-Miami game the Nothing But Net: Men’s Final Four Postgame will air on the ACC Network. Miami fans will be watching the Final Four, but the ACC Network is also airing 3-Day Weekend Miami/Coral Gables from 10-10:30 PM.

CBS Sports Network will also air original content. From 2:00 PM ET through 3:30 PM ET, they will air 2023 NCAA March Madness 360. There have been radio and television appearances throughout the week and podcasts from all the media outlets that cover the Miami Hurricanes.

From TV Passport Miami Basketball CBS Final 4 TV Schedule

  • 3:00 PM At the Final Four New Highlights and features from the 2023 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament.
  • 4:00 PM The Final Four Show New Live Analysts preview the upcoming NCAA Tournament games.
  • 6:00 PM NCAA 2023 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament-The No. 9 Owls run into the No. 5 Aztecs in the NCAA Tournament’s Final Four. San Diego State avenged a 2022 first-round loss to Creighton in the Elite Eight. Florida Atlantic has won 11 in a row. Both programs make their first Final Four appearance.
  • 8:30 PM NCAA 2023 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament Miami

For Miami basketball fans outside the United States ESPN will televise the national semifinals with Brian Custer on play-by-play with Jay Bilas as the analyst. The ACC Network has provided live coverage from Houston all week. Jim Nantz, Bill Raftery, Grant Hill and Tracy Wolfson are calling the Final Four for CBS.

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This is the last NCAA Tournament that Nantz is calling. Nantz called his first NCAA Tournament in 1986 with Raftery. Hill played in the first Final Four that Nantz called in 1991. Duke upset undefeated UNLV in the national semifinals before defeating Kansas in the championship game for its first NCAA basketball title.