The Round of 64 is over, and now only 32 teams remain. Ohio State has advanced and will play No. 2 Arizona today at 5:15 p.m. on CBS. The Buckeyes are no strangers to the Sweet Sixteen; since our run to the National Championship game in 2007, we've made it past the Round of 32 four times.
Today's games will be broadcast on CBS, TBS, and TNT. (You can go back to not remembering that truTV is a thing now.) The Time Warner Columbus/Delaware channels are 10/1010 (CBS), 17/1202 (TBS), and 30/1203 (TNT), with the games also available on March Madness Live. The Buckeyes playing on CBS is good for the people of Ohio who don't have cable, since CBS games are available to stream online whether you have a cable subscription or not; TBS and TNT require a cable provider login.
While no one else from the Big Ten is playing today, the state of Ohio is well represented, with Ohio State, Cincinnati, and Xavier all taking to the court. (Some people aren't fans of Cincy, but hey, geography is what it is.)
The nifty chart below will tell you everything you need to know to enjoy a day of basketball. The action starts at 12:10 p.m.
|Saturday, March 21, 2015||Time (ET)||TV|
|(4) UAB vs (11) UCLA||12:10 PM||CBS|
|(8) Cincinnati vs (1) Kentucky||2:40 PM||CBS|
|(10) Ohio State vs (2) Arizona||5:15 PM||CBS|
|(14) Georgia St vs (6) Xavier||6:10 PM||TNT|
|(8) NC State vs (1) Villanova||7:10 PM||TBS|
|(5) Utah vs (4) Georgetown||7:45 PM||CBS|
|(5) Arkansas vs (4) North Carolina||8:40 PM||TNT|
|(6) Butler vs (3) Notre Dame||9:40 PM||TBS|