2014 College Basketball March Madness:Final FourApril 01, 2014 by Marc Jerbs

On Saturday, the AT&T Stadium (formerly known as the Cowboys Stadium) in Arlington, Texas will host the Final Four of the College Basketball March Madness tournament.

Only four teams are left to vie for a slot in this year's College Basketball National Championship. They are Connecticut, Florida, Kentucky and Wisconsin. All four teams showed toughness and determination to reach the Final Four.

The first game is set to start at 6:09PM ET. No. 1 Florida Gators will face No. 7 Connecticut Huskies. Florida has not lost a game when they have a complete lineup. They have a deep bench that could rotate players which give them an advantage of have fresh legs the whole game.

Connecticut should not be undermined by Florida. They have senior guard and AAC Player of the Year Shabazz Napier who is the heart and soul of the Huskies. The Huskies could be hard to beat if Ryan Boatright, Niels Giffey and DeAndre Daniels make big contributions in the game.

The second game of the Final Four will start at 8:49PM ET. It will be No. 2 Wisconsin Badgers against No. 8 Kentucky Wildcats. Wisconsin has played lockdown defense throughout the tournament. The Badgers are an unselfish bunch that makes the extra pass to get the best possible shot. However, their main problem is they have a hard time getting easy baskets during transition plays.

Kentucky was the preseason No. 1 this season. They have the most talent in any other 15-man team. The Wildcats has played well in the tournament because coach John Calipari managed to get them to play together as a team. If Kentucky shares the ball throughout the game, they will have a shot in winning their 2nd title in three years.

The sportsbook handicappers have installed Florida and Kentucky as the favorites to win in their respective Final Four matches.