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NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 Open Thread: TV Channels & Game Times

We know the ACC will get at least one team into the Elite Eight. Will they get two?

Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports

The second night of the Sweet 16 is here, and the action will tip off at 7:15 p.m. eastern time. I'll be honest, the first game doesn't do that much for me. UCLA would have lost their first game if not for an egregious goal tending call, and they only had to play UAB in the Round of 32. I like the Zags by a lot in this one.

Folks, at 7:37p.m., it doesn't get any better than Booger Gate 2.0. That's my official #analysis for this one.

At 9:45 (approximately), Duke will face a Utah team in a battle of Coach K's. Larry Krystkowiak is in just his fourth season at Utah. His team won just six games in his first year, but this year they are 8th in Ken Pom. Absolutely remarkable job by him. They have a big who can bang with Jahlil Okafor and they have stud wing Delon Wright. Should be an excellent game. I have Duke in my bracket, but Utah in my heart.

At 10:07 (again, approximately), we have  Michigan State Tom Izzo taking on Oklahoma. It's Izzo, and it's March. I inexplicably picked against him in the Round of 32, so I'm not going to bet against him twice.

Friday, March 27, 2015 Time (ET) TV
(11) UCLA vs (2) Gonzaga 7:15 PM CBS
(8) NC State vs (4) Louisville 7:37 PM TBS
(5) Utah vs (1) Duke 9:45 PM CBS
(7) Michigan St vs (3) Oklahoma 10:07 PM TBS