Friday Gametimes, TV Listings


NCAA Tournament action resumes Thursday evening, with Regional Semifinal action in the West and Midwest Regions. By the end of the night Friday, only eight teams will still be standing with a shot at the national championship.

Five ACC schools are among the 16 still standing. Two play Thursday evening, and three on Friday, including a head-to-head matchup between an original league member in NC State, and the league’s newest member in Louisville.

Listed below are all the matchups, gametimes, and TV listings for the ACC Sweet 16 games. All games are listed in eastern standard time. Play resumes the evening of Thursday, March 26, running through the evening of Sunday, March 29, when the Final Four will be set.

 

THURSDAY, MARCH 26

 

Midwest Regional Semifinal (Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland Ohio) — Notre Dame (No. 3 seed) vs. Wichita State (No. 7 seed)     7:15 pm     CBS

  • The Fighting Irish would play the winner of Kentucky/West Virginia Saturday, March 28 if they defeat the Shockers

 

West Regional Semifinal (Staples Center, Los Angeles, California) — North Carolina (No. 4 seed) vs. Wisconsin (No. 1 seed)     7:47 pm     TBS

  • The Tar Heels would play the winner of Arizona/Xavier Saturday, March 28 if they defeat the Badgers

 

FRIDAY, MARCH 27

 

East Regional Semifinal (Carrier Dome, Syracuse, New York) — Louisville (No. 4 seed) vs. NC State (No. 8 seed)     7:37 pm     TBS

  • The Cardinals or Wolfpack will play the winner of Michigan State/Oklahoma Sunday, March 29 in the East Regional final

 

South Regional Semifinal (NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas) — Duke (No. 1 seed) vs. Utah (No. 5 seed)     9:45 pm     CBS

  • The Blue Devils would play the winner of UCLA/Gonzaga Sunday, March 29 if they defeat the Utes

 

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