NCAA Basketball Tournament 2014 Dates, Times, Bracket, Scores, TV Schedule [UPDATED]

March 21, 2014 Updated: March 24, 2014    

The NCAA basketball tournament in 2014 has featured many upsets already.

No. 11 seed Dayton took out No. 6 Ohio State, No. 12 Harvard beat No. 5 Cincinnati, and No. 10 Stanford took out No. 2 Kansas–none of the upsets could top Mercer beating Duke, though.

The third round continues on March 23. Games will be broadcast on various TV stations and available on live stream on NCAA.com.

The Sweet Sixteen takes place on March 27-28 while the Elite Eight takes place on March 29-30.

The Final Four will happen on April 5 and the National Championship will cap off the tournament on April 7.

See the updated schedule below:

Third Round Results

South

1. Florida vs 9. Pittsburgh — Florida won 61-45

11. Dayton vs 3. Syracuse — Dayton won 55-53

10. Stanford vs 2. Kansas — Stanford won 60-57

12. SF Austin vs 4. UCLA — UCLA won 77-60

West

12. North Dakota State vs 4. San Diego State — San Diego State won 63-44

7. Oregon vs 2. Wisconsin, March 22 — Wisconsin won 85-77

6. Baylor vs 3. Creighton, March 23 — Baylor won 85-55

1. Arizona vs 8. Gonzaga, March 23 — Arizona won 84-61

East

12. Harvard vs 4. Michigan State — Michigan State won 80-73

7. Connecticut vs 2. Villanova — Connecticut won 77-65

6. North Carolina vs 3. Iowa State — Iowa State won 85-83

8. Memphis vs 1. Virginia — Virginia won 78-60

Midwest

5. Saint Louis vs 4. Louisville — Louisville won 66-51

7. Texas vs 2. Michigan — Michigan won 79-65

1. Wichita State vs 8. Kentucky — Kentucky won 78-76

11. Tennessee vs 14. Mercer — Tennessee won 83-63

Sweet Sixteen Schedule

South

1. Florida vs 4. UCLA, March 27, CBS, 9:45 p.m.

10. Stanford vs 11. Dayton, March 27, CBS, 7:15 p.m.

West

1. Arizona vs 4. San Diego State, March 27, TBS, 10:17 p.m.

2. Wisconsin vs 6. Baylor, March 27, TBS, 7:47 p.m.

East

1. Virginia vs 4. Michigan State, March 28, TBS, 9:57 p.m.

7. Connecticut vs 3. Iowa State, March 28, TBS, 7:27 p.m.

Midwest

4. Louisville vs 8. Kentucky, March 28, CBS, 9:45 p.m.

2. Michigan vs 11. Tennessee, March 28, CBS, 7:15 p.m.

Second Round Results

South

1. Florida vs Albany — Florida won 67-55

2. Kansas vs 15 Eastern Kentucky –Kansas won 80-69

3. Syracuse vs 14. W. Michigan — Syracuse won 77-53

4. UCLA vs 13. Tulsa — UCLA won 76-59

5. VCU vs 12. SF Austin, March 21 — SF Austin won 77-75

6. Ohio State vs 11, Dayton — Dayton won 60-59

7. New Mexico vs 10. Stanford — Stanford won 58-53

8. Colorado vs 9. Pittsburgh — Pittsburgh won 77-48

West

1. Arizona vs 16. Weber State — Arizona won 68-59

2.Wisconsin vs 15. American — Wisconsin won 75-35

3. Creighton vs 14. UL-Lafayette — Creighton won 76-66

4. San Diego State vs 13. New Mexico State — San Diego State won 73-69

5. Oklahoma vs 12. North Dakota State — North Dakota State won 80-75

6. Baylor vs 11. Nebraska — Baylor won 74-60

7. Oregon vs 10. BYU — Oregon won 87-68

8. Gonzaga vs 9. Oklahoma State — Gonzaga won 85-77

East

1. Virginia vs 16 Coastal Carolina — Virginia won 70-59

2. Villanova vs 15. UW-Milwaukee — Villanova won 73-53

3. Iowa State vs 14. NC Central — Iowa State won 93-75

4. Michigan State vs 13. Delaware — Michigan State won 93-78

5. Cincinnati vs 12. Harvard — Harvard won 61-57

6. North Carolina vs 11. Providence — North Carolina won 79-77

7. Connecticut vs 10. Saint Joe’s — Connecticut won 89-81

8. Memphis vs 9. George Washington — Memphis won 71-66

Midwest

1. Wichita State vs Cal Poly, March 21 — Wichita State won 64-37

2. Michigan vs Wofford — Michigan won 57-40

3. Duke vs 14. Mercer — Mercer won 78-71

4. Louisville vs 13. Manhattan — Louisville won 71-64

5. St. Louis vs 12. NC State — Saint Louis won 83-80

6. UMass vs 11. Tennessee — Tennessee won 86-67

7. Texas vs 10. Arizona State — Texas won 87-85

8. Kentucky vs 9. Kansas State — Kentucky won 56-49