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2015 NCAA Tournament: Sweet Sixteen TV schedule, live stream and how to watch Friday's games

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We're down to 12 teams remaining. Tonight, the Elite Eight field will be finalized with four more games, including the highly anticipated rematch of Gonzaga and UCLA. Where's Gus Johnson?

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Thursday's Sweet Sixteen action featured No. 1 Kentucky making No. 5 West Virginia look like a local YMCA team while No. 6 Xavier hung tough with No. 2 Arizona before the Wildcats pulled away. We also saw No. 1 Wisconsin hold off No. 4 North Carolina while No. 3 Notre Dame held off No. 7 Wichita State. Tonight' we've got four more games on the slate before this weekend's Elite Eight.

Friday's Sweet Sixteen TV Schedule

March 27, 2015 Time (PT) TV
No. 11 UCLA vs. No. 2 Gonzaga 4:15 CBS
No. 8 NC State vs. No. 4 Louisville 4:37 TBS
No. 1 Duke vs No. 5 Utah 6:45 CBS
No. 3 Oklahoma vs. No. 7 Michigan State 7:07 TBS

If you don't have access to a TV, or need something to keep your attention away from the creepy dude on the bus sitting across from you, you can stream the games on your mobile device and online. Again, these require cable logins, so if you need to bribe a friend, remember that thin mint Girl Scout cookies work best.

I have Gonzaga, Louisville, Duke and Michigan State advancing tonight. But if UCLA wants to make another 17-point comeback and create another heartbreak city scenario all over again, I'd be cool with that too. After watching Kentucky last night, I realized picking Arizona to beat them on their way to a national championship was a horrible decision.