Elite 8 Bracket: Updated Schedule and Viewing Info Following Sweet 16 Day 1

Sean ODonnellContributor IIIMarch 28, 2014

MEMPHIS, TN - MARCH 27: Kendall Pollard #22 and Devin Oliver #5 of the Dayton Flyers celebrate after defeating the Stanford Cardinal 82-72 in a regional semifinal of the 2014 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament at the FedExForum on March 27, 2014 in Memphis, Tennessee.  (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)
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Four of the final eight teams are now set following the conclusion of Thursday's Sweet 16 action.

The 2014 NCAA tournament has been thrilling to this point, and more action-packed contests are sure to come. There are only 12 teams left standing heading into Friday, and upon the day's end that number will dwindle down to eight.

Not a moment should be missed, as these teams strive to earn the coveted title of national champions. With that in mind, be sure to keep up with the latest bracket, schedule and viewing information as March Madness continues.

All Your Bracket Essentials:

Let's take a look at all of the essential, need-to-know information as we head into Day 2 of the Sweet 16 matchups.

 

Thursday's Results

A thrilling day of basketball concluded on Thursday with four exciting contests taking place.

No. 1 Florida continued its dominating ways, defeating UCLA by a score of 79-68. Dayton continues to be the tournament's Cinderella story, as the 11 seed defeated Stanford 82-72 and moves on to a showdown with the Gators in the Elite Eight.

No. 1 Arizona was given a bit of a scare by No. 4 San Diego State on Thursday. The Aztecs led at the half, but the resilient Wildcats earned a solid come-from-behind victory in the end. They will move on to face a surging Wisconsin team that dismantled No. 6 Baylor by a score of 69-52.

 

Updated Schedule

All of the 2014 NCAA tournament action can be live streamed on NCAA.com.

 

Updated Bracket

Is your bracket busted yet? If not, give yourself a big pat on the back. This tournament has produced some incredibly unexpected results—a trend that is sure to continue in the coming days.

As you follow your favorite team and keep tabs on your own bracket, you can follow along with live scores and updates on CBSSports.com.