When and Where to Watch the Syracuse-Michigan 2013 Final Four Game


Syracuse and Michigan battle it out for a spot in the 2013 NCAA National Championship.

Head Coach Jim Boeheim and Syracuse’s 2-3 zone take on a talented Michigan team tonight. The match starts at 8:49 p.m. EST, and there are a few ways you can watch it on your computer, live, for free.

ESPN will be live-streaming the game for cable subscribers. This means, if you have cable, then you’ll be able to watch Syracuse and Michigan on your computer or mobile device without any extra charges.

In addition, there will be an official NCAA live stream as well. The NCAA created a webpage where they will stream all the games in the NCAA March Madness tournament, most likely because it will help control the amount of pirated live-streams that are available on the Internet. If you’re trying to watch the NCAA Final Four game between Syracuse and Michigan, you should absolutely use the NCAA official live-stream. You can watch the official live stream here.

Most are predicting a tight game between Syracuse and Michigan. Both teams are more or less equally matched, but Michigan has the edge according to the betting odds from Las Vegas. However, I think that Syracuse will be able to pull out the win, thanks to their 2-3 zone.

Have predictions for the match? Let us know in the comments section below.