The greatest four days in all of sports wraps up on Sunday with another full slate of NCAA Tournament action.
Iowa and Tennessee get us started with a 12:10 p.m. ET tip on CBS. That’ll be the first of two standalone games before the action really picks up in the early evening. Washington and North Carolina will play shortly after the conclusion of the first game.
Buffalo, Liberty, and UC Irvine are the three mid-majors who will take the court on Sunday. The Bulls play first, matching up with Texas Tech at 6:10 p.m. An hour later, Liberty tips off, and UC Irvine gets the night cap — a game against Oregon that should start around 9:45 p.m.
See below for the full schedule, including TV info and broadcast pairings. If you’re not near a TV (or if you want to fire up that second screen), all games are also available to stream via March Madness Live.