The March Madness field of 68 has been pared down to 32 as the NCAA Tournament winds its way toward the Final Four. On Thursday and Friday, a feast of games were available as 32 games took place over the first two real days of March Madness. This weekend, the quantity of games will decrease, but the quality should go through the roof as intriguing matchups litter the schedule.
The third round is set to tip-off at 12:15 p.m. on Saturday as Kentucky and West Virginia vie for a spot in the Sweet Sixteen. At 5:15 p.m., it's a matchup of double-digit seeds as Richmond and Morehead State, both upset winners on Thursday, take the court in Denver. Also in Denver, the Jimmer Fredette show rolls on as BYU takes on Gonzaga at 7:45 p.m.
After the jump, the full schedule and broadcast information for all eight of Sunday's games.
12:15 p.m., CBS, Tampa -- No. 4 Kentucky vs. No. 5 West Virginia (Ian Eagle/Jim Spanarkel//David Aldridge)
2:45 p.m., CBS, Tampa -- No. 2 Florida vs. No. 7 UCLA (Ian Eagle/Jim Spanarkel//David Aldridge)
5:15 p.m., CBS, Denver -- No. 12 Richmond vs. No. 13 Morehead St. (Verne Lundquist/Bill Raftery//Lesley Visser)
6:10 p.m., TNT, Tucson -- No. 2 San Diego St. vs. No. 7 Temple (Kevin Harlan/Reggie Miller/Dan Bonner//Sam Ryan)
7:10 p.m., TBS, Wash. DC -- No. 1 Pittsburgh vs. No. 8 Butler (Tim Brando/Mike Gminski//Lewis Johnson)
7:45 p.m., CBS, Denver -- No. 3 BYU vs. No. 11 Gonzaga (Verne Lundquist/Bill Raftery//Lesley Visser)
8:40 p.m., TNT, Tucson -- No. 4 Wisconsin vs. No. 5 Kansas St. (Kevin Harlan/Reggie Miller/Dan Bonner//Sam Ryan)
9:40 p.m., TBS, Wash. DC -- No. 3 Connecticut vs. No. 6 Cincinnati (Tim Brando/Mike Gminski//Lewis Johnson)