March Madness 2013: Schedule for NCAA Tournament Elite 8 games

Streeter Lecka

The Elite Eight concludes Sunday afternoon with Michigan-Florida and Louisville-Duke.

The last two spots in the Final Four are up for grabs Sunday afternoon. Michigan takes on Florida as they try to reach their first Final Four since the Fab Five, after which Louisville will attempt reaching back-to-back Final Fours against Coach Mike Krzyzewski and the Duke Blue Devils.

First, Michigan and Florida play in the South Regional Final at 2:20 p.m. ET on CBS at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas. The No. 4 Michigan Wolverines are riding high after Trey Burke hit a miracle three-pointer to help them upset No. 1 Kansas in the Sweet 16. Florida is public enemy No. 1 in the nation after ending the Cinderella run of Dunk City, Florida Gulf-Coast.

More: Michigan blog Maize N Brew, Florida blog Alligator Army

Just after that, Louisville, the tournament's top overall seed, will try to ride tournament scoring leader Russ Smith past Seth Curry, Mason Plumlee and Duke. Starting at 5:05 p.m. ET also on CBS, two of college basketball's traditional powerhouses, two of college basketball's best coaches in Coach K and Rick Pitino, will clash in Indianapolis. This should be a phenomenal, high-scoring game. Keep checking with Card Chronicle and Blue vs. Blue for all the coverage in the lead-up.

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