The 2017 Ncaa Final Four tips off on Saturday night as the South Carolina Gamecocks take on the Gonzaga Bulldogs. Neither team has been at this stage in the history of the "Big Dance," making for a first-time trip to the championship game for one of the two schools. Will it be the No. 7 Gamecocks or No. 1 Bulldogs getting to that big game in Arizona? Here's the latest college basketball game preview including the NCAA Final Four game odds and how to watch it live.

Gamecocks vs. Bulldogs preview

For years now, the Gonzaga Bulldogs have been on the cusp of getting to the championship game level.

Despite being a high seed, the Zags have failed to accomplish that mission. This year it seems their destiny could be realized. With an 83-59 rout of Xavier, the team finally reached the Final Four level. Prior to that, the team topped West Virginia, Northwestern and San Diego State in their latest tournament run. Led by Nigel Williams-Goss, they'll try to finally break into the title game with a win over an underdog.

South Carolina holds the role that Gonzaga had for years, as the big Cinderella story in the tournament. They have now defeated some of the best competition in the land including Marquette, Duke, Baylor, and Florida. None of these games were particularly close or buzzer-beaters, showing the Gamecocks belong here.

They'll try for their fifth-straight upset on Saturday night behind Sindarius Thornwell who leads the team in both points and rebounds.

Tonight's game odds have the No. 1 seed as 6.5-point favorites, as of this report. On the moneyline the Gonzaga Bulldogs are listed at -275 while the underdog Gamecocks are +235. Tonight's over/under points total is hovering around 137 for the complete game.

Of note, the Bulldogs are 20-10-2 against the spread as the favorite, while the Gamecocks are 8-2 ATS as the underdog team.

How to watch it live

The South Carolina vs. Gonzaga live game is scheduled to start at 6:09 p.m. Eastern Time on Saturday night. Live televised coverage of this game is available on CBS and their affiliate stations around the United States.

The CBS All-Access live streaming channel service available for new customers for a one-week free trial. More information is available from the CBS All Access website.

The game can also be seen via the NCAA's live stream online feeds. Fans can check out the game live streaming through the March Madness website or compatible mobile apps. These work on a variety of devices including smartphones, tablets, smart TVs, video game systems, and laptop computers. See more details at the NCAA's March madness Live website.