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March Madness 2014: NCAA start times and TV schedule for Sunday

The road to the final four continues with more March Madness and NCAA men's basketball games on Sunday, March 23. As reported by TV By the Numbers on Friday, the third round of college hoops action continues with a full slate of games on CBS, TNT, TBS and truTV.

On March 21, Mercer defeated heavily favored Duke in the second round of the 2014 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament.
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So far, March Madness has been just that – sheer madness. Basketball fans across America have already seen their brackets battered because of more than a few unexpected upsets, including Dayton’s win over Ohio State and Syracuse, North Dakota State Bison’s unexpected victory over Oklahoma, Cincinnati’s loss to Harvard, Seton Hall’s victory over favored Villanova, and the biggest upset so far – powerhouse Duke’s shocking 78-71 loss to Mercer (see above for a video report). As posted by Bleacher Report:

The possibility of sleeper teams upsetting some of the top teams in the country is what makes March mad, and the 2014 NCAA tournament bracket has set up several sleeper teams with opportunities to knock off quality squads.

The courtside drama continues on Sunday as more teams face off with hopes of advancing to the Sweet Sixteen. Below are the tip-off times and TV schedule for Sunday, March 23, 2014.

  • 12:15 p.m.: Kansas vs. Stanford, followed by Wichita State vs. Kentucky on CBS
  • 5:15 p.m.: Iowa State vs. North Carolina on CBS
  • 6:10 p.m.: Tennessee vs. Mercer on TNT
  • 7:10 p.m.: UCLA/Tulsa vs. Stephen F. Austin on TBS, followed by Creighton vs. Baylor on truTV, and Virginia vs. Memphis on TNT

So far, the following teams have advanced to the Sweet 16 in the 2014 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament: Florida, Dayton, Michigan State, Connecticut, San Diego State, Wisconsin, Louisville, and Michigan.

In 2014, all roads lead to the Final Four, which will be played in AT&T Stadium in North Texas. The last four NCAA teams standing are set to take the court on Saturday, April 5, with the NCAA championship game scheduled for Monday, April 7 on CBS.

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