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NCAA Tournament 2014: Schedule And Bracket For Thursday's Sweet 16 Games

It's the second to last night of simultaneous games. Here's a look at the night's South and West region doubleheaders, each of which will feature the bottom half semifinal first.

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Thursday's game/TV schedule

REGION GAME VENUE TIME TV ANNOUNCERS
South (10) Stanford Cardinal vs. (11) Dayton Flyers
KenPom projected score:
Cardinal 69-67
FedExForum
Memphis, TN
7:15 CBS Kevin Harlan, Len Elmore, Reggie Miller, Rachel Nichols
West (2) Wisconsin Badgers vs. (6) Baylor Bears
KenPom projected score:
Badgers 70-68
Honda Center
Anaheim, CA
7:47 TBS Marv Albert, Steve Kerr, Craig Sager
South (1) Florida Gators vs. (4) UCLA Bruins
KenPom projected score:
Gators 71-66
FedExForum
Memphis, TN
9:45 CBS Kevin Harlan, Len Elmore, Reggie Miller, Rachel Nichols
West (1) Arizona Wildcats vs. (4) San Diego State Aztecs
KenPom projected score:
Wildcats 61-56
Honda Center
Anaheim, CA
10:17 TBS Marv Albert, Steve Kerr, Craig Sager

All times are p.m. Eastern

In the very early morning hours on the East Coast, we'll have half of the Elite Eight after the completion of four contests, all of which look to be reasonably compelling. In the South, we are guaranteed to have a double-digit seed playing on Saturday, as either Dayton or Stanford will advance. That winner will take on either Florida or UCLA. The Gators have had the Bruins' number in the NCAA Tournament, defeating UCLA in both the 2006 and 2007 Final Fours and the 2011 Round of 32. West action opens up with what should be an entertaining matchup between an offensively-adept Baylor squad and a Wisconsin team that is fully capable of playing a non-stereotypical fast game. Game two in Anaheim is actually a rematch, and should be played at a much slower pace, as two defensive powers clash -- Arizona and San Diego State. The Wildcats defeated the Aztecs by a 69-60 score all the way back on November 14th.

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