The 2014 NCAA Tournament live stream and TV schedule is down to the Sweet 16. When teams make it this far you can throw out the records, trends and most everything else you can think of because this is where the rubber meets the road. From here on out the teams that advance will be the ones who execute the best, make their free throws and do all the little things during the course of the game that don't always show up in the box score. The first game tonight's NCAA live streaming action is a classic David vs Goliath match-up. Well, okay actually it is a David vs. David contest!
According to a SB Nation report on March 27, two of the biggest bracket busters of this year's NCAA Tournament will collide when Dayton faces Stanford Thursday. The Flyers are flying high after knocking off Ohio State and Syracuse on their way to the Sweet 16. Dayton has proven that they can play with the big boys. Win or lose, one thing is for sure, the Flyers won't be intimidated by Stanford.
Stanford defeated New Mexico in Round 1 and then defeated the No. 2 seeded Kansas Jayhawks 60-57 to earn their spot in the Sweet 16.
It's not too often that a No. 11 and No. 10 seed face each other in the Sweet 16, but this year the tourney has been full of surprises.
Las Vegas odds makers have Stanford listed as a 3 point favorite with the over under number set at 133.
If there is any justice in the basketball world, this game should be a thriller, maybe even a double-overtime thriller! Both of these teams are playing great right now making this a hard game to pick.
Dayton has been an underdog the entire tournament, and is once again. The Flyers are tough and love the underdog roll. It's hard to get off a hot horse. I predicted the Flyers to beat Ohio State and they will do the same to Stanford.
Pick: Dayton +3
Fans can catch this game on CBS nationally and streaming live online at NCAA.com/march-madness beginning at 7:00 p.m. EST Thursday.