The field of 64 teams in the "Big Dance" has now been whittled down to just two. On Monday night it will be Gonzaga vs. North Carolina in a battle of two No. 1 seeds. Both teams were able to weather the storm of "March Madness," and now will try to claim the men's basketball championship in Arizona. Both of these schools have earned the right to be here, with some recent close call wins in the later rounds of the Ncaa Tournament. Here's a preview of Monday's big game including how to watch Gonzaga vs. UNC live streaming or on TV, as well as game odds for the matchup.

How they got here

On Saturday, Gonzaga survived a close game against South Carolina in Arizona to advance to the title game for the first time in school history. The Bulldogs reached this stage with their first close win of the tournament on Sunday. In the Final Four, they eliminated this year's "Cinderella Story," South Carolina 77-73.

Gonzaga got 23 points from their leader Nigel Williams-Goss as well as 27 points combined from big men Przemek Karnowski and Zach Collins. Despite the Gamecocks being down 45-36 at the half, they had a serious surge in the second half. Ultimately the Bulldogs were able to hold off a team that was a "Cinderella" much like they were years ago.

The North Carolina Tar Heels have the experience factor, as their coach Roy Williams has been here before.

The school has won five titles over the history of the program, with the most recent coming in the 2009 season. They're looking to end just an eight-year drought after losing in last year's title game to the Villanova Wildcats.

The Tar Heels reached the finals with a 77-76 Final Four win over the Oregon Ducks, making for the second-straight UNC win by two points or less.

Kennedy Meeks was the game hero, scoring 25 points and pulling down 14 boards. Meeks also had a key offensive rebound late to save the game for his team. Teammate Justin Jackson, who is amongst potential NBA lottery picks at this June's draft, finished with 22 points on 6-for-22 shooting.

For Monday's game, the point spread shows UNC as a 1.5-point favorite as of this report.

The Heels are also listed at a moneyline price of -125, while Gonzaga is a +105 underdog. Monday's over/under point total is 154.5 for the complete game.

NCAA Championship game info

Monday's Gonzaga vs. North Carolina game has a scheduled start time of 9:20 p.m. Eastern Time. Live televised game coverage is exclusively available on the CBS channel and their local affiliate stations around the United States. There may be live streaming available through several options.

One of these options is the March Madness Live website and mobile apps. This service has provided many fans with live coverage of all the games throughout the tournament. It's available for free but may need a valid cable or satellite subscription in order to log in and watch the game.

CBS All-Access may be another option for watching Gonzaga vs. UNC live streaming online this Monday. The service is offered right now on a one-week free trial offer for all new customers who sign up. This subscription service should allow for viewing the championship game live, as well as other live and on-demand content from the CBS network. More info is available at the CBS All-Access website.