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Duke March Madness Schedule: Next Game Time, Date, TV Channel for 2022 NCAA Basketball Tournament (Updated)

Adam Taylor McKillop
Duke March Madness Schedule: Next Game Time, Date, TV Channel for 2022 NCAA Basketball Tournament
Duke March Madness Schedule: Next Game Time, Date, TV Channel for 2022 NCAA Basketball Tournament / Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports
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The Duke Blue Devils are gearing up towards a deep March Madness run to celebrate the final season with head coach Mike Krzyzewski at the helm.

Duke Next Game and Elite 8 Schedule

Duke topped No. 4 Arkansas in the Elite 8. This set up a Final Four matchup with No. 8 North Carolina on Saturday, April 2.

Duke Final Four Game

After defeating Arkansas in the Elite 8, Duke will go up against North Carolina in the Final Four. This game is scheduled for 8:49 p.m. ET on Saturday, April 2.

Duke NCAA Tournament Schedule

  • Round 1 - March 18: Duke (78) def. CSU Fullerton (61)
  • Round 2 - March 20: Duke (85) def. Michigan State (76)
  • Sweet 16 - March 24, 9:39 p.m. ET: Duke (78) def. Texas Tech (73)
  • Elite 8 – March 26, 8:49 p.m. ET: Duke (78) def. Arkansas (69)
  • Final Four – April 2: Duke vs North Carolina

What Seed is Duke in the NCAA Tournament?

Duke earned a No. 2 seed in the West Region.

What TV Channel is the Duke Game on

Duke's next game against North Carolina will air on TBS on Saturday, April 2.

March Madness Odds

Duke currently holds +150 odds (1st) to win the 2022 NCAA Tournament on FanDuel Sportsbook.

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