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NCAA Tournament Elite Eight game times, TV schedule, streaming

Two teams will punch their tickets to the Final Four on Saturday and then again on Sunday.

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The NCAA Tournament is basically becoming the ACC Tournament as they are guaranteed a game in the national title game and there half of the eight teams come from the ACC. They will break the Big East's 1985 record of 19 wins and take home $39.9 million for the leagues deep tourney run.

The ACC portion is on Sunday but on Saturday there is a pair of No. 1 seeds vs. No. 2 seeds from the Pac-12, two from the Big 12 and one from the Big East. There is also a chance that all No. 1 seeds could reach the Final Four for the first time since 2008, and if all top seeds move on then it would mark the second time ever that this has happened.

Here is Elite Eight schedule, and all game are streaming on the March Madness Live app or NCAA.com.

Matchup Time TV Live Stream Announcers
(1) Oregon Ducks vs. (2) Oklahoma Sooners 6:09pm ET CBS NCAA.com & March Madness Live app Verne Lundquist / Jim Spanarkel // Allie LaForce
(1) Kansas Jayhawks vs. (2) Villanova Wildcats 8:49pm ET CBS NCAA.com & March Madness Live app Jim Nantz / Grant Hill / Bill Raftery // Tracy Wolfson

Matchup Time TV Live Stream Announcers
(1) Virginia Cavaliers vs. (10) Syracuse Orange 6:09pm ET TBS NCAA.com & March Madness Live app Kevin Harlan / Reggie Miller / Dan Bonner // Lewis Johnson
(1) North Carolina Tar Heels vs. (6) Notre Dame Fighting Irish 8:49pm ET TBS NCAA.com & March Madness Live app Brian Anderson / Steve Smith // Dana Jacobson

With not much going on this Saturday or Sunday night, stop by and chat about this game and brag about your mom's, kids, dogs or significant other who knows nothing about hoops but has this Elite Eight completely correct.