NCAA Bracket 2011: Elite Eight Bracket Updates And Scores

The Sweet 16 has arrived and we'll be tracking all the results and updating the NCAA Tournament bracket as the games conclude on Thursday and Friday.

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NCAA Bracket 2011: Final Four Bracket Set After Excellent Weekend Of Basketball

As the NCAA Tournament wore on, the level of basketball continued to rise, with close finishes and stunning upsets dotting the landscape throughout the second weekend of the tournament. It shouldn't be a surprise, but March Madness lived up to its name this year as brackets were busted and underdogs rose to the occasion. When the dust settled, the Final Four bracket was set, and its one few could've predicted.

Before we look forward, it's worth looking back at the weekend that was.

On Saturday, the Butler Bulldogs came full circle, securing a return trip to the Final Four with a 74-71 win over Florida. It took overtime, but Butler had enough left in the tank, thanks in large part to the team's effort on scramble plays while fighting for loose balls. The Pac-10 also lost its final representative, though the Arizona Wildcats didn't go down without a fight. Arizona had two shots at the win, but couldn't connect on either as Kemba Walker and the UConn Huskies advanced with a 65-63 win.

Sunday brought with it what may have been the biggest upset of them all. VCU, a team pundits, experts and fans discounted on Selection Sunday, advanced to the Final Four with a 71-61 win over No. 1 seed Kansas. Kentucky and UConn also went down to the wire, with the Wildcats prevailing after some clutch shooting in the waning moments.

Four teams, three games and a national championship hanging in the balance as the Final Four kicks off in Houston on Saturday. Check out the Elite Eight results and Final Four matchups below. Be sure to head over to SB Nation for an updated 2011 NCAA Tournament printable bracket, as well.

FINAL FOUR
No. 3 Connecticut Huskies vs. No. 4 Kentucky Wildcats
No. 8 Butler Bulldogs vs. No. 11 VCU Rams

EAST REGION
No. 4 Kentucky def No. 2 UNC, 76-69

WEST REGION
No. 3 Connecticut Huskies def. No. 5 Arizona Wildcats, 65-63 OT

SOUTHWEST REGION
No. 11 VCU Rams def. No. 1 Kansas, 71-61

SOUTHEAST REGION
No. 8 Butler def. No. 2 Florida, 74-71

Check out the rest of the weekend's results in our NCAA Tournament results StoryStream

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NCAA Bracket 2011: Final Four Printable Bracket Available At SB Nation

After another wild weekend of NCAA Tournament basketball, the 2011 Final Four is set, and filled with plenty of surprises. On one side of the bracket, we have the mid-majors, with one guaranteed to play for the 2011 NCAA Championship. On the other side, the more traditional powers, though how they made it to Houston is anything but traditional. The bracket is just about filled out, and if yours is like mine, there's plenty of red lines throughout.

The latest 2011 NCAA Tournament printable bracket can be found at SB Nation. Wondering how VCU, Butler, Kentucky and UConn made it to the place every college basketball team dreams of? You can find out by checking out the printable bracket. From the First Four to the Final Four, it's all there.

Butler is back again after coming from the dreaded 8/9 seed line, pulling off upset after upset on its way to the Final Four. Meeting the Bulldogs will be VCU, a team nobody expected to make it out of the first weekend alive. The Rams were the poster child for everything the selection committee did wrong, but came out and used the doubters as motivation during a dream March Madness run.

On the other side, two more traditional powerhouses meet in the national semifinals. The Kentucky Wildcats, and their roster filled with NBA-quality talent, were consistent throughout the 2011 NCAA Tournament, surviving scares early in the tournament to advance to the Final Four. UConn, on the other hand, has run the gauntlet, winning nine games in 19 days -- through the Big East Tournament and NCAA Tournament -- to advance to Houston.

The Final Four gets started on April 2 as Butler, VCU, Kentucky and UConn hit the floor in Houston with spots in the National Championship on the line. Catch up with all the weekend's action in our NCAA Tournament results StoryStream.

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NCAA Bracket Update, UNC Vs. Kentucky Score: Wildcats Final Four Bound After 76-69 Win

After a wild first game of the Sunday’s Elite Eight action that saw underdog VCU, a No. 11 seed and First Four participant, advance to the Final Four, Kentucky and North Carolina hit the court in hopes of keeping their NCAA Tournament dreams alive. The matchup, featuring a plethora of NBA-level talent, lived up to its billing as the Tar Heels and Wildcats traded punches for 40 minutes in a game that came down to the wire.

Kentucky owned the first half, taking a 38-30 lead into halftime. But in the second half, North Carolina came storming right back, making a run of their own to tie it up with three minutes to go. All game long, Kentucky found an answer for every Carolina run, stopping the momentum with a clutch three or big bucket when it was needed most.

And again, with time winding down and Carolina surging, Kentucky made the big shot as DeAndre Liggins buried a three from the corner to make it a four-point game with 35 seconds to go. The Wildcats made the stop on the other end as Darius Miller rejected Harrison Barnes’ three-point attempt, allowing Kentucky to seal a 76-69 win.

Tyler Zeller had a team-high 21 points for the Tar Heels. Harrison Barnes added 18 points and six rebounds, but it wasn’t enough for North Carolina. Brandon Knight led the way for the Wildcats with 22 points and all five Kentucky starters were in double figures.

The Wildcats move on to face UConn in the Final Four on April 2.

Here’s a look at the updated bracket after Sunday’s Elite Eight games. You can find the updated printable bracket at SB Nation, as well.

EAST REGION
No. 4 Kentucky def No. 2 UNC, 76-69

WEST REGION
No. 3 Connecticut Huskies def. No. 5 Arizona Wildcats, 65-63 OT

SOUTHWEST REGION
No. 11 VCU Rams def. No. 1 Kansas, 71-61

SOUTHEAST REGION
No. 8 Butler def. No. 2 Florida, 74-71

Check out the rest of the weekend’s results in our NCAA Tournament results StoryStream.

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NCAA Bracket Update, Kansas Vs. VCU Score: Rams Advance To Final Four With 71-61 Win

The VCU Rams have crashed the party, going from First Four to Final Four with a 71-61 win over the Kansas in the Elite Eight. VCU continued its bracket-busting run, keeping the dream alive with clutch shooting, excellent execution and strong defense to keep the potent Kansas offense in check and rid the 2011 NCAA Tournament of its final No. 1 seed.

VCU came storming out of the gate to take a 41-27 lead at the half, leaving Kansas reeling early while America dreamed of another big upset. But Kansas came storming back in the second, closing the gap to just four early in the second half and stealing the momentum away from the upset-minded Rams.

But, as it has all tournament, VCU absorbed the punches and swung back with haymakers of their own, never surrendering the lead while keeping Kansas just out of reach.

Free throw woes plagued Kansas all game long as the Jayhawks failed to capitalize on freebies when it mattered most -- the Jayhawks shot 53.6 percent from the charity stripe, making only 15 of 28 shots. Three-point shooting was also an issue as Kansas shot just 9.1 percent from beyond the arc, hitting two of 22, while VCU connected on 12 of 25 shots from long range.

Jamie Skeen scored a team-high 26 points for the Rams. Bradford Rozzell was also in double-figures, adding 12 points off the bench, all on three-pointers. Marcus Morris led the way for Kansas with 20 points and 16 rebounds.

VCU moves on to face Butler in the Final Four, set for April 2 in Houston.

Here’s a look at the updated bracket halfway through Sunday’s Elite Eight games. You can find the updated printable bracket at SB Nation, as well.

EAST REGION
No. 2 UNC vs. No. 4 Kentucky

WEST REGION
No. 3 Connecticut Huskies def. No. 5 Arizona Wildcats, 65-63 OT

SOUTHWEST REGION
No. 11 VCU Rams def. No. 1 Kansas, 71-61

SOUTHEAST REGION
No. 8 Butler def. No. 2 Florida, 74-71

We’ll be recapping all the games, and updating the bracket, here in our NCAA Tournament results StoryStream. Stay tuned and check back for updates throughout the weekend.

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NCAA Bracket 2011: Elite Eight Bracket Update After Saturday's Results

The last Pac-10 team standing took a dive and a Cinderella shattered its slipper in wild day of NCAA Tournament action. Two games decided by a total of five points, one of which went to overtime, set half the Final Four bracket, with the other half to be decided on Sunday.

Last year's Cinderella, the Butler Bulldogs, became this year's Final Four party crasher, coming from the No. 8 seed to make the Final Four with a 74-71 overtime win over Florida. The Gators had a chance to win with the final shot in regulatoin, but Erving Walker's deep three at the buzzer came up short, sending the first Elite Eight game of the day into overtime. In the extra frame, Ronald Nored and Shelvin Mack came up big, using clutch free throw shooting to put the Bulldogs into the lead with time winding down. Again, Florida had a shot at the tie, but Butler corralled the miss, threw the ball down-court and hung on for the three-point win.

In the nightcap, Derrick Williams was his usual dominant self, harassing the UConn big men in the paint all night long and almost single-handedly keeping Arizona in the game. But in the end, Kemba Walker and Jeremy Lamb were too much as the Connecticut Huskies took charge late in the second half. Arizona came storming back and, like Florida, had a chance to tie or win outright at the end of regulation with the final shot. Two attempts from three-point range by the Wildcats were off the mark just before the buzzer, giving UConn the 65-63 win.

Here's a look at the updated bracket ahead of Sunday's Elite Eight games. You can find the updated printable bracket at SB Nation, as well.

EAST REGION
No. 2 UNC vs. No. 4 Kentucky

WEST REGION
No. 3 Connecticut Huskies def. No. 5 Arizona Wildcats, 65-63 OT

SOUTHWEST REGION
No. 1 Kansas vs. No. 11 VCU Rams

SOUTHEAST REGION
No. 8 Butler def. No. 2 Florida, 74-71

We'll be recapping all the games, and updating the bracket, here in our NCAA Tournament results StoryStream. Stay tuned and check back for updates throughout the weekend.

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NCAA Bracket 2011: Printable Final Four Bracket Halfway Set After Saturday's Games

Half of the Final Four is set and a familiar face is back in the elite stages of the NCAA Tournament. For the second-straight year, the Butler Bulldogs are back in the Final Four after taking the road less traveled as a No. 8 seed. UConn also punched a ticket to Houston with a win over Arizona on Saturday by way of another wild finish. By now, brackets around the country are sufficiently blown to pieces as upsets have ruled the NCAA Tournament.

How's your bracket looking? You can get an updated look by checking out SB Nation's 2011 NCAA Tournament printable bracket. You'll find the two Final Four teams, as well as the path each has taken to the national semifinals.

On Sunday, the final two teams will punch their tickets to Houston, moving one step closer to the biggest prize of them all: A national championship. Kansas and surprise Elite Eight team VCU do battle in one regional final while Kentucky and North Carolina hit the court in the other. If Saturday was any indication, we can expect another wild day of college basketball.

We'll be recapping all the games, and updating the bracket, here in our Elite Eight results StoryStream. In addition, SB Nation will be live-blogging all the games, with updates all game long on its NCAA Tournament hub.

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NCAA Bracket 2011: Elite Eight Bracket Set After Friday Full Of Wild Finishes

A favorite is gone, an underdog is through to the Elite Eight and wild finishes dominated the Friday evening games as the NCAA Tournament rolled on. A third No. 1 seed fell on Friday night, losing in a frantic finish in the East region. VCU, the team nobody expected to be here, is also through to the Elite Eight, just one step away from rounding out the Final Four bracket.

The two games that looked to be mismatches on paper turned out to be just that on Friday. North Carolina’s talent easily prevailed over Marquette in an 81-63 win, sending the Tar Heels into the Elite Eight. Kansas also had no problem with Sweet 16 intruder Richmond in a 77-57 win. The Spiders dream run came to an end at the hands of Kansas, the only No. 1 seed left in the NCAA bracket.

The wild finishes came fast as Ohio State and Kentucky battled down to the wire, as the Wildcats matched the Buckeyes stride for stride. Brandon Knight, cold for most of the night, came up big with time running out, draining a jumper to put the Wildcats back up by two after Jon Diebler’s three had tied the game. Ohio State couldn’t answer on the other end as Kentucky held on, 62-60.

VCU also prevailed, moving into the Elite Eight with a 62-60 overtime win over Florida State. It was a brilliant inbounds play drawn up by Shaka Smart that pushed the Rams ahead by one with just seven seconds to go in the extra frame. Florida State never got a shot off and the Rams advanced to a place nobody expected them to be.

Check out the full set of Sweet 16 results below or head over to SB Nation for a printable bracket.

EAST REGION
No. 4 Kentucky def. No. 1 Ohio State, 62-60
No. 2 UNC vs. No. 11 Marquette, 81-63

WEST REGION
No. 5 Arizona Wildcats def. No. 1 Duke Blue Devils, 93-77
No. 3 Connecticut Huskies def. No. 2 San Diego State, 74-67

SOUTHWEST REGION
No. 1 Kansas def. No. 12 Richmond Spiders, 77-55
No. 11 VCU Rams def. No. 10 Florida State Seminoles, 72-71 OT

SOUTHEAST REGION
No. 8 Butler def. No. 4 Wisconsin, 61-54
No. 2 Florida def. No. 3 BYU. Thursday, 84-73

We’ll be recapping all the games, and updating the bracket, here in our NCAA Tournament results StoryStream. Stay tuned and check back for updates throughout the weekend.

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NCAA Bracket 2011: Printable Bracket Updated Ahead Of Elite Eight

The Elite Eight field is set after upsets ruled again on Thursday. Another No. 1 seed is gone, leaving just the Kansas Jayhawks to carry the top-seeded torch through the rest of the NCAA Tournament. This time, however, the No. 1 seed to fall destroyed plenty of brackets and was an overwhelming tournament favorites in many circles. Is your bracket dead yet? Have a look if you dare.

Find the latest 2011 NCAA Tournament printable bracket at SB Nation, updated with the entire Elite Eight field.

Ohio State is gone after running into a wall against the Kentucky Wildcats in a late loss, breaking many brackets in the process. The Kansas Jayhawks are the last man standing after knocking off Richmond on Friday night. And VCU? Well, the Rams are still alive after using some last-minute heroics, and an impressive inbounds pass, to take down Florida State. North Carolina is also through to the regional finals after shaking Marquette.

We'll be recapping all the games, and updating the bracket, here in our Sweet 16 results StoryStream. In addition, SB Nation will be live-blogging all the games, with updates all game long on its NCAA Tournament hub.

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NCAA Bracket 2011: Sweet 16 Scores And Live Bracket Updates For Friday's Games

We’ll be taking the night off to head to the Seattle Sounders game, but with so many NCAA tournament games going on, there are resources to help track the bracket. We’ve been keeping tally of all the results in our NCAA bracket update StoryStream, and will continue to do so today, even though the updates with scores, stats and the latest bracket updates won’t be as timely. So instead, it may be helpful to check out a few other places to get up to the minute results.

We do have the Sweet 16 schedule up and running to get caught up on where and when to watch Friday night’s matchups. In addition, we’ve got out latest bracket update with recaps of Thursday night’s action. Finally, you can find the latest 2011 NCAA Tournament printable bracket at SB Nation, with updates from the previous night.

To follow all four games today, please stop by SB Nation for a live-blog throughout each game. You can find updates both on its NCAA Tournament hub and right there at the top of the front page.

And, of course, we’ll be back later to update the results and bracket here in our Sweet 16 results StoryStream. Stay tuned and check back for updates throughout the weekend.

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NCAA Bracket 2011: Sweet 16 Bracket Update After Thursday's Matchups

Thursday's Sweet 16 games are over and they did not disappoint. The Pac-10 showed it may not have been as weak as the perception, a certain Cinderella continued its run through the bracket and individual performances reigned supreme -- one in a win and one in a loss. Half of the Elite Eight bracket is set, but we've still got a full slate of games to go on Friday. Before we look forward, it's time to take one last look back at Thursday's wild games.

The tone was set early as each of the first two games went down to the wire. UConn and San Diego State settled it in regulation, but only after Kemba Walker took over, leading the Huskies to a 74-67 win. Florida and BYU, on the other hand, couldn't get it done in regulation and headed to overtime. Jimmer Fredette was strong for the Cougars, but Florida overpowered BYU in overtime to advance with an 84-73 win.

In the late games, upsets were the theme. Arizona headed into the half trailing before blowing the doors off Duke, outscoring the Blue Devils 55-33 in the second half, in a 93-77 win. Derrick Williams finished with a double-double, including a game-high 32 points. Butler also made it back to the Elite Eight by slowing down Wisconsin to advance with a 61-54 win.

Check out the full bracket below or head over to SB Nation for a printable bracket.

EAST REGION
No. 1 Ohio State vs. No. 4 Kentucky, Friday at 6:45 p.m. on CBS
No. 2 UNC vs. No. 11 Marquette, Friday at 4:15 p.m. on CBS

WEST REGION
No. 5 Arizona Wildcats def. No. 1 Duke Blue Devils, 93-77
No. 3 Connecticut Huskies def. No. 2 San Diego State, 74-67

SOUTHWEST REGION
No. 1 Kansas vs. No. 12 Richmond Spiders, Friday at 4:27 p.m. on TBS
No. 10 Florida State Seminoles vs. No. 11 VCU Rams, Friday at 6:57 p.m. on TBS

SOUTHEAST REGION
No. 8 Butler def. No. 4 Wisconsin, 61-54
No. 2 Florida def. No. 3 BYU. Thursday, 84-73

We'll be recapping all the games, and updating the bracket, here in our Sweet 16 results StoryStream. Stay tuned and check back for updates throughout the weekend.

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NCAA Bracket 2011: Printable Bracket Updated With Sweet 16 Winners

March Madness is back after a short layoff and Thursday night was as exciting as any. It began with close, but expected finishes, with one game going to overtime and another going right down to the wire. The late games weren't as close, but bracket busters prevailed as upsets came back-to-back to cap the night. Is your NCAA bracket still alive?

Find out with SB Nation's updated 2011 NCAA Tournament printable bracket. As it has been after every round, the bracket is updated again with half the Elite Eight teams filled in. Butler, Connecticut, Arizona and Florida all survived and advanced on the first day of the Sweet 16 to move one step closer to, and one step away from, the Final Four.

On Friday, it's four more games to fill out the rest of the bracket ahead of the weekend's Elite Eight matchups. Grab a bracket and keep track of all the updates throughout the tournament.

We'll be recapping all the games, and updating the bracket, here in our Sweet 16 results StoryStream. In addition, SB Nation will be live-blogging all the games, with updates all game long on its NCAA Tournament hub. You can find our own Sweet 16 predictions to get a final look at the bracket, as well.

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NCAA Bracket Update, Duke Vs. Arizona Score: Derrick Williams Leads Wildcats To 93-77 Win

The Pac-10 is well-represented in the NCAA Tournament all of a sudden after the Arizona Wildcats stunned the Duke Blue Devils in the Sweet 16. Derrick Williams showed the world why he’s the Pac-10 Player of the Year, taking over on the inside en route to 32 points and 13 rebounds. The end result was a 93-77 win, lifting the Wildcats to the Elite Eight and sending the Blue Devils packing.

It was all about the second half for Arizona as the Wildcats took over and dominated out of the break. Arizona outscored Duke 55-33 over the final 20 minutes to snatch the lead and run away with it, embarrassing the Blue Devils in the process.

Williams did his work in the first half, scoring 28 points before the break, including a thunderous put-back dunk. Lamont Jones and Solomon Hill were also in double-figures, scoring 16 and 13 points, respectively.

Arizona moves on to face UConn, winners over BYU, in the Elite Egiht on Saturday. A full look at the bracket can be found below.

EAST REGION
No. 1 Ohio State vs. No. 4 Kentucky, Friday at 6:45 p.m. on CBS
No. 2 UNC vs. No. 11 Marquette, Friday at 4:15 p.m. on CBS

WEST REGION
No. 5 Arizona Wildcats def. No. 1 Duke Blue Devils, 93-77
No. 3 Connecticut Huskies def. No. 2 San Diego State, 74-67

SOUTHWEST REGION
No. 1 Kansas vs. No. 12 Richmond Spiders, Friday at 4:27 p.m. on TBS
No. 10 Florida State Seminoles vs. No. 11 VCU Rams, Friday at 6:57 p.m. on TBS

SOUTHEAST REGION
No. 4 Wisconsin vs. No. 8 Butler, Thursday at 6:57 p.m. on TBS
No. 2 Florida def. No. 3 BYU. Thursday, 84-73

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NCAA Bracket Update, BYU Vs. Florida Score: Jimmer Fredette Not Enough As Gators Advance, 84-73

Regulation wasn’t enough for the Florida Gators and BYU Cougars in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament. Tied at 68 to end regulation, Florida and BYU took it to overtime, and the Gators finally began to pull away as Jimmer Fredette went cold. Fredette did all he could for BYU, scoring a game-high 32 points, but without a supporting cast, Florida was able to pick the Cougars apart when it mattered most en route to a 84-73 win.

Four Florida players were in double-figures, led by Alex Tyus’ 19 points and 17 rebounds. Kenny Boynton, playing on a sprained ankle, finished with 17 points, with Erving Walker and Chandler Parsons each adding 16 points.

Fredette was the only Cougar in double-figures with his game-high 32 points. Noah Hartsock and Jackson Emery each added nine points, but with Fredette taking 29 of the team’s 71 shots, it all rested on the BYU star.

Florida moves on to face either Wisconsin or Butler in the Elite Eight. A full look at the bracket can be found below and a printable bracket can be found at SB Nation.

EAST REGION
No. 1 Ohio State vs. No. 4 Kentucky, Friday at 6:45 p.m. on CBS
No. 2 UNC vs. No. 11 Marquette, Friday at 4:15 p.m. on CBS

WEST REGION
No. 1 Duke Blue Devils vs. No. 5 Arizona Wildcats, Thursday at 6:45 p.m. on CBS
No. 3 Connecticut Huskies def. No. 2 San Diego State, 74-67

SOUTHWEST REGION
No. 1 Kansas vs. No. 12 Richmond Spiders, Friday at 4:27 p.m. on TBS
No. 10 Florida State Seminoles vs. No. 11 VCU Rams, Friday at 6:57 p.m. on TBS

SOUTHEAST REGION
No. 4 Wisconsin vs. No. 8 Butler, Thursday at 6:57 p.m. on TBS
No. 2 Florida def. No. 3 BYU. Thursday, 84-73

For more on the tournament, check out our Sweet 16 results StoryStream.

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NCAA Bracket 2011: Sweet 16 Bracket Updates And Scores

The Sweet 16 has arrived as the NCAA Tournament moves into its second weekend of play. The wall-to-wall games of the first weekend of March Madness are gone, but the stakes are even higher this week as teams inch closer to the Final Four. The bracket is set -- littered with a mix of top-seeded teams and wildcards -- and all that's left is the action on the court.

Check out the full schedule for Thursday's games as we settle in to track all the action. Grab a 2011 NCAA Tournament printable bracket to track it on your own. As it was last week, the bracket will be updated every morning with the results of the night before.

Here is the full bracket for Thursday and Friday's Sweet 16 games.

EAST REGION
No. 1 Ohio State vs. No. 4 Kentucky, Friday at 6:45 p.m. on CBS
No. 2 UNC vs. No. 11 Marquette, Friday at 4:15 p.m. on CBS

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

SOUTHWEST REGION
No. 1 Kansas vs. No. 12 Richmond Spiders, Friday at 4:27 p.m. on TBS
No. 10 Florida State Seminoles vs. No. 11 VCU Rams, Friday at 6:57 p.m. on TBS

SOUTHEAST REGION
No. 4 Wisconsin vs. No. 8 Butler, Thursday at 6:57 p.m. on TBS
No. 2 Florida vs. No. 3 BYU. Thursday at 4:27 p.m. on TBS

We'll be recapping all the games, and updating the bracket, here in our Sweet 16 results StoryStream. In addition, SB Nation will be live-blogging all the games, with updates all game long on its NCAA Tournament hub. You can find our own Sweet 16 predictions to get a final look at the bracket, as well.

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