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March Madness 2014: Bracket, TV schedule and live streaming options for Sunday's games

62 down, five to go.

You know what must be done, Kentucky.
You know what must be done, Kentucky.
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Just five college basketball games left in the 2013-2014 men's basketball season. We know half of the Final Four, but who will meet them in the respective national semifinals?

Tom Izzo looks to make sure the 13-14 Spartans aren't the first senior class that missed out on a Final Four in forever, while Kevin Ollie seeks to cement the status of post-Jim Calhoun UConn.

In the evening's other game, much hated Michigan aspires to make a second straight Final Four (which they haven't done since the Fab Five) while Kentucky continues coming together at the most opportune time. To advance, however, they'll have to do so without talented big man Willie Cauley-Stein.

Below is your Elite Eight GameThread. GIFs, jokes, and whatever you fancy. Game on.

SB Nation 2014 NCAA March Madness Coverage

Elite Eight game times, TV schedule

Region Game Venue Time TV Announcers
East (4) Michigan St. vs (7) Connecticut Madison Square Garden, New York, NY 2:20p CBS Verne Lundquist, Bill Raftery, Allie LaForce
Midwest (2) Michigan vs (8) Kentucky Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, IN 5:05p CBS Jim Nantz, Greg Anthony, Tracy Wolfson