CBS has announced the specific tip-off times of all Sweet Sixteen games. Using our five-star rating, we rank the games according to their "Must-watch" status.
These are games that feature one of:
Too Close to Call
Click on each team for complete analysis, stats, and more. Also check our future round TV Times. Coverage maps will be posted when they're released.
THURSDAY - MARCH 27th
Can't imagine ratings will be high here, but these two teams are playing great ball
Key Player: Alex Ruoff needs to knock down threes for WVU
I want to root for the underdog here.. but UNC is too good
Key Player: Aaron Baynes can't equal Hansbrough's production, but needs a good effort
UCLA's stumbles against A&M only make this more of a blowout
Key Player: Chase Stanback. Might be scrub minutes time again
The first genuinely great game of the Sweet Sixteen
Key Player: With Chris Lofton struggling, Vols offense has been mediocre
FRIDAY - MARCH 28th
If Davidson can beat G'Town, why not Wisconsin?
Key Player: Stephen Curry, who else?
Along with UL/Tenn, the only other game featuring two Final Four quality teams
Key Player: Connor Atchley will have his hands full with Brook Lopez
Nova's had a nice run, but Kansas has too much talent
Key Player: Reynolds always plays big, but VU needs Corey Fisher to show up
If Neitzel hits his threes, the Spartans always have a chance
Key Player: As noted, MSU won't keep pace unless Neitzel is bombing away