2013 NCAA Tournament: March Madness Schedule for Sunday

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Teams, times, networks, announcers and bits of knowledge to prep for the fourth day of the Tournament

<p> 2013 NCAA Tournament: March Madness Schedule for Sunday</p>

The NCAA Tournament has moved into the weekend where tickets to the Sweet 16 will be punched. Now that we’re into the Sunday's slate of games, hopefully you don't have to sneak away from work to catch the action.

Here’s everything you need to know for Sunday’s  games, including the TV schedule, the network, announcers, predictions and bits of knowledge for all eight games to finish off the weekend.

From Friday and Saturday's action:
D.J. Stephens' block of the tournament

Florida Gulf Coast upsets Georgetown

Henderson carries Ole Miss

La Salle sets up unlikely matchup

SUNDAY NCAA TOURNAMENT VIEWERS GUIDE
All times p.m., Eastern

No. 10 Iowa State vs. No. 2 Ohio State
Time and TV: 12:15, CBS
Site and region: Dayton, Ohio, West
Announcers: Jim Nantz, Clark Kellogg
What to watch: Both teams feature matchup problems. Deshaun Thomas for Ohio State and Georges Niang for Iowa State are 6-foot-7 forwards who can stretch the floor with their ability to shoot from the perimeter. Niang scored 19 points on 9-of-13 shooting against Notre Dame. Thomas scored 24 points against Iona, including 3 of 3 from beyond the arc.
Game in a Tweet: Ohio State has the longest active streak of reaching the Sweet 16 (three in a row).
Prediction: Ohio State

No. 9 Temple vs. No. 1 Indiana
Time and TV: 2:45, CBS
Site and region: Dayton, Ohio, West
Announcers: Jim Nantz, Clark Kellogg
What to watch: Khalif Wyatt, one of the most underrated players in this field, gave us a great round of 64 storyline. With his thumb on his non-shooting hand wrapped up after a painful injury, Wyatt scored 31 points with five assists and three steals -- while reaching the free-throw 10 times for the sixth consecutive game.
Game in a Tweet: Yogi Ferrell led Indiana in scoring for the first time this season with 16 against James Madison.
Prediction: Indiana

No. 8 North Carolina vs. No. 1 Kansas
Time and TV: 5:15, CBS
Site and region: Kansas City, South
Announcers: Marv Albert, Steve Kerr
What to watch: Sloppy Kansas needed a standout game from Jeff Withey to overcome 17 turnovers, 0 of 6 three-point shooting to defeat No. 16 seed Western Kentucky.
Game in a Tweet: Roy Williams is 0-2 against his old team with both losses in the NCAA Tournament.
Prediction: Kansas

No. 11 Minnesota vs. No. 3 Florida
Time and TV: 6:10, TNT
Site and region: Austin, Texas, South
Announcers: Tim Brando, Mike Gminski
What to watch: Andre Hollins is coming alive in the postseason again for Minnesota. He had 28 points, nine rebounds and five assists against UCLA. Is he ready for a matchup against Florida’s defensive stopper Scottie Wilbekin?
Game in a Tweet: Tubby Smith is 14-10 against Billy Donovan but has lost his last seven in the matchup.
Prediction: Florida

No. 15 Florida Gulf Coast vs. No. 7 San Diego State
Time and TV:
7:10, TBS
Site and region: Philadelphia, South
Announcers: Kevin Harlan, Len Elmore and Reggie Miller
What to watch: San Diego State is the last hope for the Mountain West in the Sweet 16 with Colorado State, New Mexico and Boise State all losing this season. The Mountain West has four Sweet 16 teams in conference history (San Diego State in 2012, BYU in 2011, UNLV in 2007 and Utah in 2005).
Game in a Tweet: No. 15 seeds have lost by 1, 9, 11, 12, 13 and 34 in the second round.
Prediction: San Diego State

No. 13 La Salle vs. No. 12 Ole Miss
Time and TV: 7:40, truTV
Site and region: Kansas City, West
Announcers: Marv Albert, Steve Kerr
What to watch: Who’s hot and who’s cold: La Salle was 18 of 31 from the field in the first half against Kansas State and 3 of 18 in the second. Marshall Henderson started 1 of 13 against Wisconsin, finished 5 of 8.
Game in a Tweet: Ole Miss seeking second regional semifinal in history, La Salle seeking first since 1955.
Prediction: La Salle

No. 7 Illinois vs. No. 2 Miami
Time and TV: 8:40, TNT
Site and region: Austin, Texas, East
Announcers: Tim Brando, Mike Gminski
What to watch: Illinois will ride the Brandon Paul roller coaster to the end. The guard went 3 of 12 from the floor against Colorado but sealed game with a three-pointer and near-perfect free throw shooting late.
Game in a Tweet: Miami sophomore Shane Larkin matched Pacific as a team in assists (nine) Friday.
Prediction: Miami

No. 7 Creighton vs. No. 2 Duke
Time and TV: 9:40, TBS
Site and region: Philadelphia, Midwest
Announcers: Kevin Harlan, Len Elmore and Reggie Miller
What to watch: Seth Curry is averaging 20.3 points in four postseason game (ACC and NCAA tournaments). Creighton has trouble guarding just about everyone, how will Bluejays handle Duke’s guard?
Game in a Tweet: Your Player of the Year frontrunners from December (Doug McDermott, Mason Plumlee) meet in March.
Prediction: Duke

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