NCAA Tournament Schedule 2013: TV Coverage Info for Remaining Day 6 Games

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NCAA Tournament Schedule 2013: TV Coverage Info for Remaining Day 6 Games
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We're now into Day 6 of the 2013 NCAA tournament, and there are still six games left on the television schedule for today's action. 

Ohio State knocked off Iowa State in the first contest of the day, winning by a score of 78-75. Aaron Craft nailed a three-point basket with .05 seconds remaining to seal the victory. 

At the time of this article, top-seeded Indiana is taking on the ninth-seeded Temple Owls. 

Here are the remaining games on Sunday's schedule.

 

Kansas (1) vs. North Carolina (8)

When: 5:15 p.m. ET

Where: Sprint Center, Kansas City, MO

TV: CBS

The Tar Heels will attempt to knock off Bill Self's top-seeded Jayhawks in what promises to be one of the most intense matchups of Day 6. 

Kansas held on to defeat Western Kentucky in the round of 64, winning by a score of 64-57—a smaller margin of victory than was expected. 

North Carolina outlasted Villanova in a high-scoring affair on Friday, winning by a score of 78-71. 

 

Florida (3) vs. Minnesota (11)

When: 6:10 p.m. ET

Where: Frank Erwin Special Events Center, Austin, TX

TV: TNT

The Golden Gophers will look for their second straight upset on Sunday after knocking off UCLA in the late game on Friday night. 

Florida cruised through the round of 64, crushing Northwestern State by 32 points. 

If Minnesota can continue drilling three-point baskets at the same rate it did against the Bruins (56.3 percent), Florida might be ripe for an upset.

 

San Diego State (7) vs. FGCU (15)

When: 7:10 p.m. ET

Where: Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, PA

TV: TBS

Florida Gulf Coast won the biggest upset of the tourney in the round of 64, taking down second-seeded Georgetown on Friday by a score of 78-68. The small school with big aspirations relied on guards Sherwood Brown and Bernard Thompson, who combined to score 47 points.

San Diego State won't be caught unaware. The Aztecs had no trouble with Oklahoma in the round of 64, winning by 15 points.

This upcoming game could turn into a high-scoring affair, and all eyes will be on the Eagles as they attempt to continue their Cinderella story in 2013.

 

Ole Miss (12) vs. La Salle (13)

When: 7:40 p.m. ET

Where: Sprint Center, Kansas City, MO

TV: TRU

A game featuring two teams that upset higher-seeded teams in the round of 64, this contest promises to be highly competitive. 

La Salle is a talented mid-major with the players to make a run at the Elite Eight. Senior guard Ramon Gallaway leads the charge for a team that has been tough to beat all year long.

Ole Miss held Wisconsin to just 46 points on Friday, and it will be interesting to see if La Salle's offense can generate enough points to beat this feisty team. 

 

Miami (2) vs. Illinois (7)

When: 8:40 p.m. ET

Where: Frank Erwin Special Events Center, Austin, TX

TV: TNT

Miami absolutely dominated Pacific in the round of 64, winning by 29 points. Guard Durand Scott was red-hot from the perimeter, hitting five three-point shots and scoring 21 points for the Hurricanes.

Illinois withstood a second-half surge by Colorado on Friday, winning the game by a score of 57-49. The Fighting Illini will need to bring their best game to defeat Miami, and senior guard Brandon Paul will need to have the game of his life.

 

Duke (2) vs. Creighton (7)

When: 9:40 p.m. ET

Where: Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, PA

TV: TBS

These two teams both earned hard-fought victories in the round of 64.

Duke beat Albany by 12 points, thanks to strong performances by guard Seth Curry and forward Mason Plumlee, who combined to score 49 points. 

Creighton held on to beat Cincinnati by four points, as Doug McDermott dominated the paint with 27 points and 11 rebounds. 

This contest will likely come down to the wire, so get your popcorn ready. 

 

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