The Final Four field will be set following the completion of the regional finals on Sunday, March 27. Duke and Villanova have already booked their tickets to New Orleans next Saturday and the winners of the East and Midwest Regions will join them for an opportunity to win a national title. Sunday's games feature a couple of first-timers to the Elite Eight stage against two of the most successful teams in NCAA Tournament history.
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CBS will broadcast both of Sunday's games, which also will be available to stream via March Madness Live and other services.
So if you're wondering, "What NCAA Tournament games are on today?" know this: There are two scheduled for Sunday, March 27.
Note: All times are ET, some start times are approximate.
Midwest Region: No. 10 Miami (26-10) vs. No. 1 Kansas (31-6)
2:20 p.m. on CBS – United Center (Chicago)
Why You Should Watch: Miami is in the Elite Eight for the first time ever thanks to its defense, which harassed Iowa State into a lot of missed shots from long range and 18 turnovers on Friday night. Kansas is a win away from its 16th Final Four appearance in part due it to its own defense, which helped the Jayhawks hold off a scrappy Providence team. Kansas also is the only top seed to make it this far.
5:05 p.m. on CBS – Wells Fargo Center (Philadelphia)
Why You Should Watch: Saint Peter's continued its historical NCAA Tournament run by knocking off Purdue on Friday to become the first-ever 15-seed to make the Elite Eight. Next up for the Peacocks is North Carolina, which is aiming for its 21st Final Four appearance, the most by any team. Will Cinderella keep dancing or will the Heels move on to New Orleans?