For the late game on tonight's NCAA Final Four 2017 schedule, the No. 1 seed North Carolina Tar Heels and No. 3 Oregon Ducks will do battle for a spot in the title game. UNC has the experience and championship pedigree, but Oregon has shown they also belong here, even with one of their top players hurt during this tournament run. Here's a look at the Ducks vs. Tar Heels live preview, college Basketball game odds, and how to watch the game live online.

Ducks vs. Tar Heels preview

So how'd they get here? For the Oregon Ducks, there were a few close calls along the way.

The Ducks took down No. 14 seed Iona 93-77 in the first round but then things got interesting. Oregon outlasted URI by a final of 75-72 and then edged the No. 7 Michigan Wolverines 69-68. In their most recent outing, they seemed to make easy work of the No. 1 seed Kansas Jayhawks 74-60. With a few double-digit wins and close calls as well they may be well prepared for any sort of game tonight.

UNC also had a close call in their Elite Eight game. The Tar Heels needed a last-second shot from former walk-on Luke Maye to eliminate the Kentucky Wildcats 75-73. Beyond that game, UNC was able to handle most of their competition, but now they'll have another tough task in a team that is also on a mission.

Carolina will look to their talented players including NBA prospect Justin Jackson. The junior is averaging 18.2 points, 4.7 rebounds, and 2.8 assists for the season. Joel Berry II, Kennedy Meeks, and Isaiah Hicks will be other players looking to make their impact in this crucial game.

The North Carolina Tar Heels will have the role of favorites tonight.

On the point spread, UNC is a 4.5-point favorite, with a moneyline price of -215. The underdog Ducks are +185 on the moneyline, while tonight's over/under points total is around 153 for the complete game. Against the spread, UNC is 20-16 as the favorite, while Oregon is 4-1 ATS as the underdog.

How to watch the NCAA game live

Tonight's Ncaa Final Four game featuring the Oregon Ducks vs. North Carolina Tar Heels has a scheduled start time of 8:49 p.m. Eastern Time. Keep in mind the start time could be pushed back if the first game on the court, South Carolina vs. Gonzaga, takes longer than anticipated.

The Final Four game will be televised by CBS and their affiliate channels. Additionally, the March Madness Live website or compatible apps will allow cable and satellite TV viewers to see this game live streaming online. More information is available through the website's March Madness Live section.

A free live streaming option might be the CBS All-Access service. It is currently offered as a one-week free trial on the website for all new customers. See more information at CBS All-Access for how to sign up and see live or on-demand programming.