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2015 NCAA Tournament: Elite Eight TV schedule, live stream and how to watch Saturday's games

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And then there were eight.

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There were no true upsets on Friday night as the Sweet Sixteen came to a close. Gonzaga got their revenge on UCLA, Louisville took care of business against NC State, Michigan State proved why you don't bet against Tom Izzo in March while Duke took down Utah. Now, we've got four more games this weekend to determine who will punch a ticket to the Final Four in Indianapolis (or Annapolis, if you got stuck carpooling with Charles Barkley).

Saturday's TV Schedule

March 28, 2015 Time (PT) TV
No. 1 Wisconsin vs. No. 2 Arizona 3:09 p.m. TBS
No. 1 Kentucky vs. No. 3 Notre Dame 5:49 p.m. CBS

If you're away from your TV, you can stream the games on your mobile device or on your laptop. Just log in with your cable provider, and stream away.

Arizona is, of course, the last Pac-12 team standing, to no surprise. I've said all along that the Wildcats are the only team that can beat the Wildcats. See what I did there? That's called a safe prediction. No, but seriously, I stand by my pick for Arizona to take down Kentucky. Y'all can blast me on Twitter if it doesn't happen. But first, Sean Miller and the Wildcats will be looking for revenge against Wisconsin, the very same team that took down Arizona in an overtime thriller in last year's Elite Eight.

Notre Dame is a talented basketball team, but I have a feeling Kentucky has another whooping up their sleeve. I expect Kentucky to win easily to advance to the Final Four to face Arizona.