Sweet 16 2014: Updated Bracket, Schedule, Live Stream and Odds for Round 4

Sean ODonnellContributor IIIMarch 24, 2014

ORLANDO, FL - MARCH 22:  Scottie Wilbekin #5 of the Florida Gators reacts with Casey Prather #24 after making a three-pointer in the second half against the Pittsburgh Panthers in the second half during the third round of the 2014 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament at Amway Center on March 22, 2014 in Orlando, Florida.  (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
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The 2014 NCAA tournament has been chock-full of surprises. If most of the teams comprising the Sweet 16 are still alive on your bracket, pat yourself on the back. It's been a wild journey to this point, and it only stands to get crazier.

One top-seeded team has already bit the dust, and more may be soon to follow. Each of the tournament's remaining teams is on a massive hot streak, and all have legitimate shots to go the distance.

The Sweet 16 figures to deliver the most intense action to date. If earlier rounds gave any inclination of what's to come, we are certainly in for a treat. Let's take a look at all of the essential need-to-know information as we head into the tournament's fourth round.


All Your Bracket Essentials


Sweet 16 Schedule

Can No. 8 Kentucky pull off the upset over struggling No. 4 Louisville? Does Michigan State have the necessary firepower to get past a stout Virginia defense? Will any more top-seeded teams fall before the Elite Eight?

All of these questions will be answered during the Sweet 16. Every single game has its own underlying storyline. None of these games should be missed.

Be sure to note the time and channel for each upcoming contest to ensure you don't miss a moment of the action.

Each Sweet 16 game can be live-streamed on NCAA.com.


Updated Bracket

The full 2014 NCAA tournament bracket can be viewed on CBSSports.com.


Updated Odds

Curious what the current odds are for your favorite team—or bracket champion—to go the distance? Here's a look at the updated odds for the remaining 16 teams in this year's NCAA tournament.

Las Vegas clearly has a couple of big-time favorites; however, as we know, anything can happen in March Madness.