The Elite Eight reaches its conclusion on Sunday, cementing the Final Four matchups set to take place in Houston next week. On Saturday, we filled out half the field with No. 2 Oklahoma and No. 2 Villanova moving on, and on Sunday we find out who will join them. Follow all the action online at the March Madness Live app.
The big theme of Saturday's games was the No. 1 seeds starting to fall. Oregon was drubbed by Oklahoma, while No. 1 overall team Kansas couldn't rally late against Villanova. Those results will likely snap the final two top seeds into focus.
The first game of the day is an ACC grudge match between No. 1 Virginia and No. 10 Syracuse. The Orange are technically this year's Cinderella, being the only double-digit seed left after taking down No. 11 Gonzaga in the Sweet Sixteen. The Cavaliers are determined to reach the Final Four for the first time in Tony Bennett's tenure. The last time these teams played in the regular season, Virginia came away with the 73-65 win.
Another ACC matchup is on tap for the evening game, with No. 1 North Carolina taking on No. 6 Notre Dame. The Tar Heels have had issues with shooting most of the season, but they were red-hot in the Sweet Sixteen, hammering No. 5 Indiana, 101-86. The Irish needed a late comeback to take down No. 7 Wisconsin, but they're in the regional final for the second straight year. They haven't made the Final Four since 1978, so a little bit of history is on the line here. The two teams split their regular season series.
As usual, every game is streamed online at March Madness Live.
Sunday's schedule (all times Eastern)
No. 1 Virginia vs. No. 10 Syracuse (6:09 p.m., TBS)
No. 1 North Carolina vs. No. 6 Notre Dame (8:49 p.m., TBS)
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