You may be missing the chaos of the 2016 NCAA Tournament's first and second rounds after a relatively sensible Sweet 16 took place over Thursday and Friday. That makes sense: nothing was actually going to top an upset-riddled first weekend.
But that doesn't mean Saturday's Elite Eight games aren't must-watch affairs.
Saturday's first game, No. 1 Oregon taking on No. 2 Oklahoma in the West Region final in Anaheim, is a rematch of an NCAA Tournament game so ancient, it was literally in the first NCAA Tournament. That game, a 55-37 win for Oregon in what was the Final Four and the second round thanks to an eight-team field, paved the way for the Ducks -- then the Tall Firs -- to win the first NCAA Tournament title. Now, in 2016, the Ducks will be angling for their first Final Four berth since then, and Oklahoma seeking its first since 2002.
And in the nightcap, No. 1 Kansas takes on No. 2 Villanova in a matchup of two of the tournament's best and hottest teams. Both teams have beaten all three of their foes to date by double digits, and Kansas has the red-hot Perry Ellis to match against the Wildcats' white-hot perimeter shooting.
CBS will air both games, meaning you should be able to catch the broadcasts on television with even just an antenna. But if you can't be by your couch, you can stream the games via the March Madness Live website or the March Madness Live app, which you can download from both the App Store and the Google Play store.
Saturday, March 26 (all times ET):
West Region Regional Final: (Honda Center, Anaheim, Calif.)
No. 1 Oregon vs. No. 2 Oklahoma, 6:09 p.m., CBS
South Region Regional Final (KFC Yum! Center, Louisville, Ky.)
No. 1 Kansas vs. No. 2 Villanova: 8:49 p.m., CBS
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