Go time. The Monday through Wednesday break after the first weekend of the NCAA Tournament has come and gone. It's time to play the games.
This year's NCAA Tournament games are being broadcast on CBS and TBS. If you don't have access to a TV, however, no fret. You can watch online by heading to March Madness Live for live streaming or to download the app on your tablet or mobile device.
Coverage begins Thursday night at 7p.m. EDT.
Below is a list of Sweet Sixteen games with time and TV information (All Times EDT):
Thursday, March 28 (Games from Washington and Los Angeles)
Marquette vs. Miami, 7:15p.m., CBS
Arizona vs. Ohio State, 7:47p.m., TBS
Syracuse vs. Indiana, 9:45p.m., CBS
LaSalle vs. Wichita State, 10:17p.m., TBS
Friday, March 29 (Games from Indianapolis and Arlington)
Oregon vs. Louisville, 7:15p.m., CBS
Kansas vs. Michigan, 7:47p.m., TBS
Michigan State vs. Duke, 9:45p.m., CBS
Florida Gulf Coast vs. Florida, 10:17p.m., TBS
And be sure to tune into to PolicyMic for March Madness coverage throughout the NCAA Tournament.