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

Jace Evans, USA TODAY
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The Sweet 16 of the women's NCAA Tournament has not been lacking for drama.

Saturday saw the first No. 1 seed get knocked out of the tourney as No. 4 Indiana defeated North Carolina State to advance to the Elite Eight for the first time. Arizona also earned its program's first Elite Eight berth Saturday as the third-ranked Wildcats took down No. 2 Texas A&M behind a brilliant game from Aari McDonald.

The early action saw No. 2 Baylor clip Michigan in overtime, 78-75. And in the first game of the day, UConn defeated Iowa in a much-hyped battle of freshmen phenoms.

Sunday features four more Sweet 16 games with the potential for great theater. Powerhouses South Carolina and Stanford face challenges from a pair of No. 5 seeds, while Oregon and Louisville face off in a battle of perennial strong teams. In the nightcap, No. 2 Maryland – the highest-scoring team in women's college basketball – takes on No. 6 Texas.

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Maryland forward Mimi Collins celebrates a basket during the second half of the Terrapins' second-half win over Alabama.
Maryland forward Mimi Collins celebrates a basket during the second half of the Terrapins' second-half win over Alabama.

Here's everything you need to know about Sunday's women's NCAA Tournament games (all times Eastern and all betting odds via BetMGM as of 12:30 a.m. Sunday):

No. 5 Georgia Tech vs. No. 1 South Carolina

Time: 1 p.m. Location: Alamodome, San Antonio.

TV: ABC.

How to stream: ABC, ESPN3, fuboTV.

Odds: South Carolina -11.5; over/under: 123.5.

How they got here: Georgia Tech defeated No. 12 Stephen F. Austin 54-52 in OT in first round and No. 4 West Virginia 73-56 in second round; South Carolina beat No. 16 Mercer 79-53 in first round and No. 8 Oregon State 59-42 in second round.

No. 5 Missouri State vs. No. 1 Stanford

Time: 3 p.m. Location: Alamodome, San Antonio.

TV: ABC.

How to stream: ABC, ESPN3, fuboTV.

Odds: Stanford -16.5; over/under: 130.5.

How they got here: Missouri State beat No. 5 UC Davis 70-51 in first round and No. 13 Wright State 64-39 in second round; Stanford defeated No. 16 Utah Valley 87-44 in first round and No. 8 Oklahoma State 73-62 in second round.

No. 6 Oregon vs. No. 2 Louisville

Time: 7 p.m. Location: Alamodome, San Antonio.

TV: ESPN.

How to stream: ESPN, fuboTV.

Odds: Oregon -1.5; over/under: 133.5.

How they got here: Oregon beat No. 11 South Dakota 67-47 in first round and No. 3 Georgia 57-50 in second round; Louisville defeated No. 15 Marist 74-43 in first round and No. 7 Northwestern 62-53 in second round.

No. 6 Texas vs. No. 2 Maryland

Time: 9 p.m. Location: Alamodome, San Antonio.

TV: ESPN.

How to stream: ESPN, fuboTV.

Odds: Maryland -13.5; over/under: 146.5.

How they got here: Texas beat No. 11 Bradley 81-62 in first round and No. 3 UCLA 71-62 in second round; Maryland defeated No. 15 Mount St. Mary's 98-45 in first round and No. 7 Alabama 100-64 in second round.

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