How to Watch the Final Four on fuboTV
The Final Four including UCLA, Gonzaga, Houston and Baylor brings the madness into April. GETTY IMAGES

Whether they can go all the way isn't even the point. The UCLA Bruins are the biggest story in the 2021 tournament even if they don't win the National Championship. Their tournament chances were in extreme jeopardy when they lost their last four games concluding in the quarterfinals of the Pac-12 conference tournament losing to Oregon State, the eventual champs. But they were invited as a No.11 seed to play in the First Four against the uncharacteristically struggling Michigan State. They barely even won that game needing overtime to put away the Spartans after they were trailing by as much as 14. Since then, they've just refused to look back and are making one of their most legendary runs ever in the history of their prestigious program.

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How to Watch the Final Four of the NCAA Basketball Tournament

When: Saturday, April 3
Time: 5:14 p.m. ET
Live Stream: fuboTV (watch NCAA Basketball Tournament games free with fuboTV)

Final Four - Saturday, April 3

#2 Houston Cougars vs. #1 Baylor Bears - 5:14 p.m. ET - CBS - Final Four

#11 UCLA Bruins vs. #1 Gonzaga Bulldogs - 8:34 p.m. ET - CBS - Final Four

From First Four to Final Four, these Bruins are some of the most unusual underdogs ever to root for. How much of an underdog can you be if your program has the most championships in the sport (11)? They haven't won it all since 1995 though, haven't been to the title game since 2006 and their last Final Four was in 2008. This is the most relevant Bruins team in more than a decade.

These aren't fluke wins either. They beat the brilliant No. 6 BYU that was the only team to give No. 1 overall Gonzaga any trouble this year. They beat No. 2 seed and SEC champs Alabama by 10 in overtime and held the No. 1 seed Michigan Wolverines to just 49 points pulling off the biggest upset in the tournament. Michigan's Juwan Howard was named AP coach of the year as he became the first person ever to enter the tournament ever as a player and coach.

It's going to take everything and more to take down another No. 1 seed in Gonzaga when they face off in the Final Four, but the Bruins are used to being doubted at this point. They're going to need every variety of chips on their shoulders against the Bulldogs.

Gonzaga are the overwhelming favorites to win it all or at least to reach their first National Championship since 2017 where they were runners up to UNC and the now retired legendary Roy Williams. They've made slight work in this tourney. Their lowest margin of victory was 16 points and they beat Top-25 opponents Creighton and USC by even more. Can anybody stop the undefeated Bulldogs?

The Baylor Bears look like their on a collision course to meet the Bulldogs but they will be facing Houston in the Final Four. The No. 2 seed Cougars were just outside a one seed and this is their best team since 1984 when they last made the Final Four. That year was the culmination of the great early-80s teams coached by Hall of Famer Guy Lewis. Those teams were led by Clyde Drexler and Hakeem Olajuwon. Maybe you've heard of them? While these Cougars don't have that kind of name recognition, they have the best shot at derailing the constant Bears vs. Bulldogs narrative. We may be in April winding down the tournament but the madness from March is far from over.