2023: Watch UConn vs. Miami online, TV channel, bracket
The last game of this year's Final Four is definitely the headliner on Saturday's doubleheader slate as No. 4 seed UConn and No. 5 seed Miami meet in Houston for the right to play in the national championship game. Tipoff for Saturday is set for 8:49 p.m. ET at NRG Stadium.
Miami is making its first Final Four appearance in program history and fighting for its first men's basketball national championship. A 5.5 point favorite,
UConn enters the game in search of its fifth national championship on the heels of a dominant four-game NCAA Tournament stretch with wins of 15 or more points in each of its outings.
This March Madness, Miami has covered the spread in all of its games, and UConn has beaten every team it has played.
Saturday, something has to give. As we get closer to naming a winner, the last weekend should be fun.
If styles do make fights, then the final bout between two heavyweight contenders on Saturday could go all 10 rounds.
What to know about UConn vs. Miami
Both UConn and Miami have different offenses that rank in the top five in adjusted efficiency ratings for the whole season. Miami's guards run the offense, and Nijel Pack, Jordan Miller, and Isaiah Wong make plays on the perimeter.
UConn's offense is led by big man Adama Sanogo, and the backcourt of Jordan Hawkins, Tristen Newton, and Andre Jackson is good enough to play in the NBA.