NCAA Final Four 2012: Kansas, Kentucky, Louisville And Ohio State Are Still Dancing

The NCAA Tournament's last four contenders have been set and will meet in New Orleans on Saturday at the New Orleans Arena. The field features the Kansas Jayhawks in a matchup against the Ohio St. Buckeyes. But before that, the No.1-ranked team in the country, the Kentucky Wildcats, will face the Louisville Cardinals in the ultimate college basketball postseason rivalry game.

Louisville made it to the Final Four by narrowly escaping the Florida Gators on Saturday, 72-68. Ohio State took down No. 1 seed Syracuse on Saturday, 77-70, while the Wildcats and Jayhawks handled business against the Baylor Bears and North Carolina Tar Heels on Sunday.

Both semifinal games will be played on Saturday, March 31. Here is a look at the Final Four schedule:

No. 1 Kentucky Wildcats vs. No. 4 Louisville Cardinals (5:09 p.m. Central, CBS)

No. 2 Kansas Jayhawks vs. No. 2 Ohio State Buckeyes (7:49 p.m. Central, CBS)

For more on the 2012 NCAA Tournament bracket, stick around SB Nation's NCAA Tournament hub. There you'll find a complete printable NCAA Tournament bracket and tons of analysis on who was snubbed and who got the best bracket in the road to New Orleans and the Final Four.

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