Final Four 2012 Schedule: Saturday Closes NCAA Tournament's March Madness

Terrible revelation about March Madness: The 2012 NCAA Tournament ends in April. The end of March Madness, as it were, is the Final Four on Saturday, March 31, when the Kansas Jayhawks, Ohio State Buckeyes, Kentucky Wildcats, and Louisville Cardinals tangle in New Orleans for actual-month-of-March supremacy. As for this whole April national championship thing—well, whatever. We can talk about that if you're interested.

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

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

The unfortunate thing about any basketball tournament, especially one with this much hype, is that as the games get much better we start to see far fewer of them. If you can wait until five you'll be able to briefly repeat the Round of 64 experience. Enjoy.

You can find more 2012 NCAA Tournament bracket available at SB Nation's NCAA Tournament hub. There you'll find our printable NCAA Tournament bracket and any additional Final Four analysis you need as the best mass in New Orleans.

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