Sweet 16 Bracket, Schedule, Announcers And TV Information For Thursday

The NCAA Tournament is back with eight more games over the next two days to determine the regional finalists. In March Madness terms, it's the Sweet 16, hallowed ground for college basketball squads. The bracket is set, the schedule has been released and the announcer pairings are at the four regional sites, set to call all the action beginning on Thursday night.

The games begin at 4:15 as the Kemba Walker and the Connecticut Huskies take on San Diego State in the West region. At 4:27, Gus Johnson steps to the mic to call the Sweet 16 game between Florida and BYU. Thursday and Friday's games will be split between CBS and TBS, with two games running simultaneously throughout the night.

The full schedule, including the announcer pairings, is after the jump.

WEST REGION
No. 2 San Diego State Aztecs vs. No. 3 Connecticut Huskies, Thursday at 4:15 p.m. on CBS (Jim Nantz, Clark Kellogg)
No. 1 Duke Blue Devils vs. No. 5 Arizona Wildcats, Thursday at 6:45 p.m. on CBS (Jim Nantz, Clark Kellogg)

SOUTHEAST REGION
No. 2 Florida Gators vs. No. 3 BYU Cougars. Thursday at 4:27 p.m. on TBS (Gus Johnson, Len Elmore)
No. 4 Wisconsin Badgers vs. No. 8 Butler Bulldogs, Thursday at 6:57 p.m. on TBS (Gus Johnson, Len Elmore)

For predictions and a look at the bracket, head to our Sweet 16 bracket picks StoryStream. 

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