March Madness schedule, odds and TV info for Sunday's men's NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 games

Jace Evans, USA TODAY
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The Loyola Chicago team of Sister Jean is out while the No. 12 seed Oregon State quad that beat it is into the Elite Eight. Another Cinderella run came to an end as Arkansas staved off No. 15 Oral Roberts' bid at history.

Houston reached the regional finals for the first time since the days of "Phi Slama Jama." And No. 1 Baylor showed it might just be the best team in the country in taking down Villanova.

Saturday's men's Sweet 16 slate was not short for storylines, but will Sunday bring even more drama?

Four more games featuring teams from the East and West regions will be staged Sunday, featuring a pair of No. 1 teams in action. Undefeated Gonzaga renews its quest at history in the day's first game, followed by fellow No. 1 Michigan taking on Florida State. At least one other Pac-12 team will join Oregon State in the Elite Eight as USC and Oregon square off. Can UCLA pull off an upset vs. Alabama to give the Pac-12 three Elite Eight teams?

Brackets: How are your NCAA Tournament picks doing?

Gonzaga forward Drew Timme high-fives guards Andrew Nembhard and Joel Ayayi during the Bulldogs' second-round win.
Gonzaga forward Drew Timme high-fives guards Andrew Nembhard and Joel Ayayi during the Bulldogs' second-round win.

Here's everything you need to know about Sunday's men's NCAA Tournament games (all times Eastern and all betting odds via BetMGM as of 8:30 p.m. Saturday):

No. 5 Creighton vs. No. 1 Gonzaga

Time: 2:10 p.m. Location: Hinkle Fieldhouse, Indianapolis.

TV: CBS.

Announcers: Ian Eagle, Jim Spanarkel, Jamie Erdahl.

How to stream: March Madness Live, fuboTV, Paramount+.

Odds: Gonzaga -13; over/under: 158.

How they got here: Creighton beat No. 12 UC Santa Barbara 63-62 in first round and No. 13 Ohio 72-58 in second round; Gonzaga defeated No. 16 Norfolk State 98-55 in first round and No. 8 Oklahoma 87-71 in second round.

No. 4 Florida State vs. No. 1 Michigan

Time: 5 p.m. Location: Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Indianapolis.

TV: CBS.

Announcers: Jim Nantz, Bill Raftery, Grant Hill, Tracy Wolfson.

How to stream: March Madness Live, fuboTV, Paramount+.

Odds: Michigan -2; over/under: 143.5.

How they got here: Florida State beat No. 13 UNC Greensboro 64-54 in first round and No. 5 Colorado 71-53 in second round; Michigan defeated No. 16 Texas Southern 82-66 in first round and No. 8 LSU 86-78 in second round.

No. 11 UCLA vs. No. 2 Alabama

Time: 7:15 p.m. Location: Hinkle Fieldhouse, Indianapolis.

TV: TBS.

Announcers: Ian Eagle, Jim Spanarkel, Jamie Erdahl.

How to stream: March Madness Live, TBS, fuboTV.

Odds: Alabama -6.5; over/under: 145.5.

How they got here: UCLA beat No. 11 Michigan State 86-80 in the First Four, No. 6 BYU 73-62 in first round and No. 14 Abilene Christian 67-47 in second round; Alabama defeated No. 15 Iona 68-55 in first round and No. 10 Maryland 96-77 in second round.

No. 7 Oregon vs. No. 6 USC

Time: 9:45 p.m. Location: Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Indianapolis.

TV: TBS.

Announcers: Jim Nantz, Bill Raftery, Grant Hill, Tracy Wolfson.

How to stream: March Madness Live, TBS, fuboTV.

Odds: USC -2; over/under: 138.

How they got here: Oregon advanced to second round after no-contest declared in game vs. VCU. The Ducks defeated No. 2 Iowa 95-80 in second round; USC beat No. 11 Drake 72-56 in first round and No. 3 Kansas 85-51 in second round.

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