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Florida vs. Pittsburgh live stream, game start time, odds revealed in tournament

The Florida Gators play the Pittsburgh Panthers in the third round of the 2014 NCAA Tournament.
The Florida Gators play the Pittsburgh Panthers in the third round of the 2014 NCAA Tournament.Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images

Florida vs. Pittsburgh live stream and TV start time have been revealed for the 2014 NCAA Tournament. The Florida vs. Pittsburgh game odds are also out there, allowing fans to see how this one is predicted to turn out. According to an updated report from ESPN on Saturday morning (March 22), the odds are currently in favor of the Gators to win this third round game. They are five-point favorites and the game line has an over/under of 124 points. On paper that appears to be pretty low scoring for these teams and suggests defense will set an early tone.

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To get to this point in the tournament, the Gators beat Albany 67-55 in the second round. It wasn't a very close game once the Gators started rolling and it showed that the team was ready to make a long run in the tournament this year. As the No. 9 seed, the Panthers absolutely destroyed the No. 8 seeded Colorado Buffaloes. The game was never even in contention and the Panthers raced to a 77-48 victory. It was one of the most one-sided games that the tournament has seen this year and it showed that the team is definitely ready to put up a fight in the South Region.

The Florida vs. Pittsburgh live stream coverage will be up on the main March Madness page for the site. The winner of the game will move on to play the winner of the UCLA vs. SF Austin game within the bracket. That game will take place in the Sweet Sixteen and help decide which team advances to the final bracket game within the South Region. The Panthers vs. Gators game is at 12:15 p.m. ET on Saturday (March 22) with CBS broadcasting it from the tip off to the final buzzer. The secondary game between the Bruins and Lumberjacks won't take place until Sunday (March 23) at 7:10 p.m. ET.