Sixty NCAA Tournament games have been completed and just seven remain as we creep closer toward crowning a new national champion for the first time since 2019. The Sweet 16 provided more drama over the weekend, and now the field is down to just eight teams.
By the time Monday night’s action is over, just six will be left standing after the first two Elite Eight games. No. 2 seed Houston takes on No. 12 seed Oregon State in the first matchup of the night, while No. 1 seed Baylor squares off with No. 3 seed Arkansas in the nightcap.
The games figure to provide stark contrasts in styles. Houston and Oregon State are defensive-oriented teams that prefer to play at a slower pace. Meanwhile, Arkansas is one of the fastest teams in the country, and Baylor will have no problem getting up and down the court to keep pace with the Razorbacks.
With two spots in the Final Four on the line, expect all four teams in action Monday to leave it all out on the court. It’s already been a memorable season for all four, but a Final Four appearance would make it truly historic.
Below you can find tip times and TV channels for every game slated to take place this Sunday and Monday. Be sure to check in often as this story will update every single time the NCAA Tournament schedule is adjusted. Games will be aired on CBS and TBS. And, as always, you can also watch every game in the tourney via March Madness Live.
So settle in, grab your remote and get ready for more March Madness. All times Eastern
2021 NCAA Tournament schedule, dates
Monday, March 29
Lucas Oil Stadium
7:15 p.m.(12) Oregon State vs. (2) HoustonCBS (watch live)9:57 p.m.(3) Arkansas vs. (1) Baylor CBS (watch live)
Tuesday, March 29
Lucas Oil Stadium
Time (ET)MatchupTV/Results7:15 p.m.(7) Oregon or (6) USC vs. (1) Gonzaga TBS9:57 p.m.(11) UCLA vs. (1) Michigan TBS