It may be April, but March Madness isn’t over even if the month is. Final Four tipoffs are going up on Saturday, April 3, in Indianapolis. The Battle of the Texans featuring Baylor and Houston starts at 5:14 pm. The Final Four doubleheader tips off at 8:34 pm between No. 1 overall seed Gonzaga and No. 11 seed UCLA.

Gonzaga favored to win it all as they’ve been the best team in the nation all year. The team is just two wins away from perfection. Gonzaga has had plenty of success over the years but has never won a national title under head coach Mark Few. The Zags are predicted to win it all last, but due to COVID, the season was canceled. If the Zags win the title, they will be the first undefeated champions since Indiana in 1976 under head coach Bobby Knight.

“We’re not hung up on the undefeated thing at all,” Few told reporters after their victory over Creighton. “We’ve got to go 3-0 if we want to win the championship, and that’s been our goal all along. Pressure is on all these teams as you get farther and farther along with this. Pressure comes from all kinds of places, and the biggest pressure of all is you just don’t want it to end.”

Along with the Zags, UCLA is another spotlighted team, although Baylor and Houston are a pretty interesting matchup. The Baylor Bears and Houston Cougars have only faced each other once in history. The Bears won that matchup back in 2002. The Cougars haven’t been in this position in nearly 40 years, while the Bears haven’t in about 70. Baylor has the No. 1 3-point shooting team in college hoops, while Houston has a top-10 defense and ranks 11th in 3-point shooting defense.

It’ll be quite the day on Saturday starting at 5:14 pm as Baylor and Houston go head-to-head. CBS with Televise all March Madness games. The matchups can be for free NCAA March Madness Live app. You can also watch games broadcasted on TNT and TruTV on streaming devices, but you’ll need a TV provider login. FuboTV will have the game live-streamed and is offering a 7-day free trial.