It wouldn't be the NCAA Tournament without a whole lot of red lines, scribbles and emphatically written upset picks on the tournament bracket. After Dayton, Florida, Arizona and Wisconsin punched their tickets to the Elite 8 on Thursday, four games will decide who gets to continue their quest for the 2014 National Championship on Friday.
No. 11 Tennessee hasn't had any trouble in any of its NCAA Tournament games so far, but a matchup against No. 2 Michigan might be a different story. The Wolverines have also comfortably won their two games so far. No. 3 Iowa State miraculously squeaked by North Carolina in the third round to earn a game against No. 7 Connecticut. The Huskies were on point in their upset of No. 2 Villanova in the third round.
The big games to watch are both in the evening. No. 8 Kentucky derailed Wichita State's dream year, and in doing so earned the right to face No. 4 Louisville. A Calipari vs. Pitino and Kentucky vs. Louisville grudgematch is always a delight to watch. To close out the evening, No. 4 Michigan State takes on No. 1 Virginia. Tom Izzo and the Spartans have been bounced in the Sweet 16 the past two years, which is one more time than Tony Bennett has even coached in the Sweet 16. The Cavaliers coach last made an appearance this deep in the NCAA Tournament in 2008 with Washington State.
Keep up with all of the madness and chaos on our updated printable bracket, right here.