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2016 March Madness Live Stream: How to watch Sunday's Elite 8 games or listen to them on the radio

Two more spots in the Final Four remain. Who will claim them?

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The Sweet 16 was a but of a dud. And though Oklahoma boat raced Oregon for the majority of that one, last night's Kansas-Villanova game proved to be an instant classic.

With the Sooners and Wildcats already having punched their tickets to Houston, which of four ACC teams will join them?

Sunday's first game features No. 1 Virginia trying to get back to the Final Four for the first time in 32 years. In their way, a conference opponent they beat soundly at home earlier in the season, 10th seeded Syracuse. It's a bit surprising to say the least the Orange are where they are as many felt they didn't even belong in the tournament in the first place. None of that will matter if they can shock the Hoos.

In the late game, one-seeded North Carolina tries to win the rubber match against Mike Brey and the No. 6 Notre Dame Fighting Irish. The Irish beat Roy Williams' Tar Heels 80-76 in South Bend in their first meeting with UNC getting revenge in the ACC Tournament with a 31 point beatdown, 78-47. Who'll prevail in the tiebreaker?

TBS is broadcasting both games, meaning you've got to be a cable subscriber to catch the action. If you're aware from the couch but have an active cable subscriber subscription, you can stream the games via the March Madness Live website or on the March Madness Live iOS or Android app, which you can download from both the App Store and the Google Play store. You can also find where to listen to them just below.


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Sunday, Mar. 27 (all times ET):

Midwest Region Regional Final: (United Center, Chicago, IL)
No. 1 Virginia vs. No. 10 Syracuse, 6:09 p.m., TBS

East Region Regional Final (Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, PA)
No. 1 North Carolina vs. No. 6 Notre Dame: 8:49 p.m., TBS