ESPN's Final Four on-air schedule

Updated: April 5, 2013, 2:33 PM ET

A look at the TV schedule on ESPN's family of networks around this weekend's Final Four (all times ET):

Sunday

• 7:30 a.m.: Knight and Auriemma: A Coaches Conversation (ESPN Classic)
• 8 a.m.: 2001 Big East tournament final: Notre Dame-Connecticut (ESPN Classic)
• 8:30 a.m.: One on One: Pat Summitt (ESPNU)
• 9 a.m.: Knight and Auriemma: A Coaches Conversation (ESPNU)
• 9:30 a.m.: 2013 regular-season 3OT game: Connecticut-Notre Dame (ESPNU)
• 10 a.m. 2001 NCAA national semifinal: Connecticut-Notre Dame (ESPN Classic)
• 11:30 a.m.: One on One: Pat Summitt (ESPNU)
• Noon: 2012 NCAA national semifinal: Connecticut-Notre Dame (ESPN Classic)
• 2 p.m.: 2013 Big East tournament final: Connecticut-Notre Dame (ESPN Classic)
• 3 p.m. One on One: Pat Summitt (ESPNU)
• 3:30 p.m.: Knight and Auriemma: A Coaches Conversation (ESPNU)
• 6 p.m.: 2013 regular-season 3OT game: Connecticut-Notre Dame (ESPN Classic)
• 6 p.m.: Women's Final Four Special (ESPN)
• 6:30 p.m.: NCAA national semifinal: Louisville vs. California (ESPN)
• 8:30 p.m. NCAA national semifinal: Connecticut vs. Notre Dame (ESPN)

Tuesday

• Midnight: 2003 NCAA national championship: Tennessee-Connecticut (ESPN Classic)
• 2 a.m.: 2000 NCAA national championship: Connecticut-Tennessee (ESPN Classic)
• 7 a.m.: 2009 NCAA national championship: Louisville-Connecticut (ESPN Classic)
• 9 a.m.: 2011 NCAA national championship: Notre Dame-Texas A&M (ESPN Classic)
• 11 a.m.: 2008 NCAA national championship: Stanford-Tennessee (ESPN Classic)
• 1 p.m.: 2004 NCAA national championship: Connecticut-Tennessee (ESPN Classic)
• 3 p.m.: 2010 NCAA national championship: Stanford-Connecticut (ESPN Classic)
• 4 p.m.: Crunch Time, 4 p.m. (ESPNU)
• 5 p.m.: The Experts (ESPNU)
• 5 p.m.: 2012 NCAA national championship: Notre Dame-Baylor (ESPN Classic)
• 6 p.m.: College Basketball Live, 6 p.m. (ESPNU)
• 7:30 p.m.: Women's Championship Special (ESPN)
• 8:30 p.m.: NCAA national championship, 8:30 p.m. (ESPN)

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