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How to watch Final Four online, TV schedule, radio and more

Fans hoping to catch Saturday night's Final Four games will have a number of different viewing and listening options when action tips-off at 6:09 p.m. ET.

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With the Final Four now just hours from tipping off, fans in the Pittsburgh area will have a number of different viewing and listening options when the action begins at 6:09 p.m. ET.

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And when Louisville and Wichita State do take the court for the opener (followed by Syracuse-Michigan) fans can watch both games live and in their entirety on CBS. For those unable to get in front of a television, NCAA.com will also stream each match-up online via March Madness Live.

Both Apple and Android offer a March Madness Live app as well, with Apple's version available in the iTunes store for download on the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad and iPad Mini. Android offers their app via Google Play.

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Finally for fans hoping to catch the action on the radio, Dial Global Sports will be carrying both of Saturday's games.

While Dial Global Sports doesn't have an affiliate in Pittsburgh, WPSE-AM 1450 is right up the road in Erie, and will carry each game live.

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