NCAA Tournament Schedule 2013: How to Watch Sunday's Elite 8 Action

Brian MaziqueCorrespondent IIIMarch 30, 2013

ARLINGTON, TX - MARCH 29:  Trey Burke #3 of the Michigan Wolverines reacts after shooting a game tying three pointer in the final seconds of the second half againist the Kansas Jayhawks during the South Regional Semifinal round of the 2013 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament at Dallas Cowboys Stadium on March 29, 2013 in Arlington, Texas.  (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images)
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The final two tickets to the Final Four at the Georgia Dome will be punched on Sunday when the Michigan Wolverines take on the Florida Gators, and the Duke Blue Devils tangle with the Louisville Cardinals.

There are no more pretenders or Cinderella teams remaining in the field. If a team is still playing at this point, you can best believe they are a quality group.

CBS Sports will carry all of the remaining games left in the NCAA tournament until a champion is crowned on April 8.

Here are the times for both of Sunday's Elite Eight games:

2:20 p.m. ET—(4) Michigan vs. (3) Florida

5:05 p.m. ET—(2) Duke vs. (1) Louisville

Each team has had to knock off tough teams to get to this point, but here's a look at the biggest storylines for each matchup.



What Will Trey Burke Do For an Encore?


The Michigan Wolverines couldn't have overcome a 14-point deficit against the top-seeded Kansas Jayhawks without Mitch McGary.

The freshman big man had another solid performance with 25 points and 14 rebounds. He is averaging 23 points and 14 boards over his last two games.

As impressive as he has been, it would have all been for nought were it not for the heroics of Trey Burke.

He nailed the huge three to force overtime and he took over during the extra session. He is also primarily responsible for getting McGary the ball in position to score in the last two games.

What can he do to top his performance in the Sweet 16?



Will the Last No. 1 Seed Fall?

Louisville is the last top seed remaining, and it will have its hands full against the Duke Blue Devils. The Cardinals have defeated their opponents by an average of 21.6 points per game in the tournament.

But they have also had perhaps the easiest path to this point. Duke will present a major challenge because of its size on the inside.

Russ Smith and Peyton Siva will have two near seven-footers to contend with when they penetrate and a team that can really shoot the ball from distance.

This will be an epic battle, and the winner is my pick to take the national championship.


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