News / Sports / World

Kentucky Vs Michigan Live Stream: Watch Online Free 5:00 ET Sunday, Winner Goes To Final Four Next Weekend

By Staff Writer | March 30, 2014 05:21 PM EDT

Kentucky vs Michigan live stream: Watch online free 5:00 ET Sunday as the winner of the Midwest Region goes to the Final Four where it will play against Wisconsin.
(Photo : wikipedia.org)

Kentucky vs Michigan live stream: Watch online free 5:00 ET Sunday as the winner of the Midwest Region goes to the Final Four where it will play against Wisconsin.

Like Us on Facebook

The ninth-seeded Kentucky Wildcats will play vs the second-seeded Michigan Wolverines in the Elite 8 game at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. Kentucky is coming off defeating its rival - Louisville on Saturday while Michigan took care of business against Tennessee to get to this regional final. Watch the free live stream online as the fourth and final team to go Arlington, Texas next week will take place.

Watch the free live stream online of Kentucky vs Michigan Elite 8

NCAA Tournament on MAC or PC

Kentucky was looked at as NBA-ready players who weren't playing together as a team and were destined to be out in the second round. Instead, the Wildcats knocked off last year's Final Four team in Wichita State, who was also the top seed in the region. The Wildcats followed that by beating last year's national champions. Sunday, they have a chance to defeat yet another final four team in the Michigan Wolverines, who were actually the runner-ups to Louisville.

"I'm just happy we're playing better right now," Kentucky coach Tom Calipari told ESPN.com. "Because I'm telling you, we almost ran out of runway when we landed the plane. As a matter of fact, the nose of the plane was in grass. But we got down. And if the runway was 25 games instead of 30 games, we probably went off the edge."

He's happy his team is playing the way he said the game is meant to be played.

"The only thing I can tell you is, we just keep moving on," Calipari said. "The best thing about this for me as a coach is, I've continued to coach like it's midseason."

He had to make some changes and he admitted he should have made them much earlier in the season, but they're working.

"I'm going to wait until it's over and I'll go through everything that we did and when I did it," he said. "When you hear what I did, you'll say: 'Makes perfect sense.' And then you're going to ask: 'Why didn't you do it earlier?' And I'm going to tell you: 'I don't know. I should have."

 

 

Featured

Interviews 11.24.14 | 01:13AM EST

Is There A Friendly Rivalry Between YG Boy Bands WINNER & iKON?

In a recent pictorial for The Star Magazine, rookie boy group WINNER shared their feelings about their YG Entertainment label-mates, iKON.

OP-ED 11.23.14 | 04:16PM EST

Zico & Pritz Scandals Demonstrate Korean Entertainment Agencies Have Little Understanding Of Foreign Cultures [OPINION]

Two recent incidents point to a lack of cultural understanding on the part of Korean entertainment companies, who seem quick to make excuses despite repeatedly offending international fans.

Oversea Event 11.22.14 | 09:24AM EST

Photos Of CL In The Studio With Diplo & Skrillex Hint At An Epic EDM Song For Her U.S. Debut

CL is pictured in the studio with Diplo and Skrillex. Will her solo release be another 'Dirty Vibe?'

Editorial 11.20.14 | 07:16AM EST

5 Times G-Dragon And Taeyang Were Awesome Together

Taeyang and G-Dragon are ready to prove they can each be a ‘Good Boy’ even though fans loved when they wanted to be seen as the ‘Bad Boy.’

KpopStarz Is Looking For Enthusiastic Entertainment Contributors Reach Millions On The Web.
Real Time Analytics