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NCAA Tournament 2014: Bracket, TV schedule and live streaming options for Sunday's games

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One more glorious, action-packed day of college basketball hoops before things start to slow down. Take it in with the staff and readers of Land-Grant Holy Land. SB Nation 2014 NCAA March Madness Coverage

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The final day of the first two (well, the first proper two) rounds of the NCAA Tournament is here. While we have a bittersweet feeling knowing that after today we'll have just 17 games to go before the long, hard college basketball offseason, today should be plenty action packed and give us tons to talk about between now and Thursday's action.

Highlighting today's action is Kentucky and Wichita State. The Shockers, the same side that ended Ohio State's season last year, have been the talk of college basketball – and with good reason – but now they run head on into arguably the most talented team in the entire country. To WSU's credit, UK's wildly inconsistent and the inability for Coach Calipari to get his side to regularly be on the same page will greatly benefit Gregg Marshall's more cohesive bunch.

TV channels

If you're in your fortress of solitude or at your buddy's place who has a four TV setup, you're more likely than not good to go. The action tips off at 12:15 p.m. ET on CBS, with many of the rest of the games airing on a variety of Turner networks (TBS, TNT, and TruTV). While the glory days of having the viewing experience change for us are gone, the games are far more staggered to the point where especially with the aid of technology, you're only a remote click away from seeing the next Dayton-Syracuse finish.

Streaming online

For those of us having to render unto Caesar and have their TVs occupied, your fallback is CBS Sports'/the NCAA's March Madness Live. Simply click this link and fire up a new browser window/tab.

Live on your smartphone

If you're at church, knocking out your honey do list, or just in general away from your computer, you're not out of luck by any stretch of the imagination. CBS Sports has an NCAA March Madness Live app as well, available for iOS devices (your iPhone, your iPad), an Android version, and even a Windows Phone edition this year.

Sunday's game/TV schedule

REGION GAME VENUE TIME TV ANNOUNCERS
South Stanford Cardinal (10) vs. Kansas Jayhawks (2) Scottrade Center (St. Louis, MO) 1215p CBS Jim Nantz/Greg Anthony/Tracy Wolfson
MidWest Kentucky Wildcats (8) vs. Wichita State Shockers (1) Scottrade Center (St. Louis, MO) 245p CBS Jim Nantz/Greg Anthony/Tracy Wolfson
East North Carolina Tar Heels (6) vs. Iowa State Cyclones (3) AT&T Center (San Antonio, TX) 515p CBS Marv Albert/Steve Kerr/Craigh Sager
MidWest Mercer Bears (14) vs. Tennessee Volunteers (11) PNC Arena (Raleigh, NC) 610p TNT Kevin Harlan/Len Elmore/Reggie Miller/Rachel Nichols
South Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks (12) vs. UCLA Bruins (4) Viejas Arena at Aztec Bowl (San Diego, CA) 710p TBS Andrew Catalon/Mike Gminski/Otis Livingston
West Baylor Bears (6) vs. Creighton Bluejays (3) AT&T Center (San Antonio, TX) 745p truTV Marv Albert/Steve Kerr/Craigh Sager
East Memphis Tigers (8) vs. Virginia Cavaliers (1) PNC Arena (Raleigh, NC) 840p TNT Kevin Harlan/Len Elmore/Reggie Miller/Rachel Nichols
West Gonzaga Bulldogs (8) vs. Arizona Wildcats (1) Viejas Arena at Aztec Bowl (San Diego, CA) 940p TBS Andrew Catalon/Mike Gminski/Otis Livingston