Ohio State vs. Arizona: Game time, TV schedule for 2013 March Madness

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Ohio State and Arizona will face off in the Sweet 16 on Thursday. Here's where you can catch the action.

The No. 2 Ohio St. Buckeyes and No.6 Arizona Wildcats will square off in the Sweet 16 on Thursday.

The Buckeyes had little trouble taking care of Iona in the second round, but Iowa St. gave them a scare. Tied at the end of the game, a 3-point shot from Aaron Craft with less than a second left put Ohio St. into the Sweet 16 for the fourth year in a row.

Arizona didn't have as much drama in their tournament run. They dispatched Belmont with ease and went on to destroy Harvard's upset dreams. This is their 16th Sweet 16 appearance and second under coach Sean Miller. Mark Lyons has been on fire for the Wildcats, scoring a combined 50 points in their two tournament wins.

Game time, TV: 7:47 P.M. ET, TBS

Location: Staples Center, Los Angeles, Calif.

Line: Ohio St. by 4

SB Nation Coverage: For more on Ohio St., check out Land-Grant Holy Land. For more on Arizona, check out Arizona Desert Swarm.

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