The NCAA Tournament has reached its second week of action following four wild days in the second and third rounds. With just 16 teams remaining in the field, there are plenty of intriguing story lines to keep an eye on.
Four games on the slate Thursday night. This year, the NCAA is streaming the entire tournament live on its website. In addition to on your computer, the games are also available through the iTunes Store and Google Play on your mobile device. Regardless if you're sitting on the couch or traveling halfway across the country, you have plenty of options to get your college basketball fix.
All of the Sweet 16 action on Thursday is scheduled to begin at 7:15 p.m. ET as No. 3 seed Marquette takes on No. 2 seed Miami. Arizona and Ohio State will follow at 7:47 p.m. In what could be one of the best individual matchups of the entire tournament, look for UA's Mark Lyons and OSU's Aaron Craft to really get after each other.
In the later action, Indiana takes on Syracuse at 9:45 p.m.
In a battle of red-hot lower seeds advancing on upsets, La Salle will take on Wichita State at 10:17 p.m.