The Oregon Ducks are one of four PAC-12 teams still alive in the 2014 NCAA Tournament, after the first two days. Photo Credit: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

PAC-12 Men’s Basketball What to Watch: NCAA Round of 32 (March 22/23)

Six PAC-12 teams entered the NCAA tournament and after the first two days, four still stand with the chance at next weekend. Here’s your schedule to where your favorite team is playing and what time/network.

Saturday, March 22 –
WEST REGIONAL: 7 Oregon Ducks (24-9) v. 2 Wisconsin Badgers (27-7) 4:45 pm/CBS in Milwaukee, Wisconsin at the BMO Harris Bradley Center. Oregon defeated 10 BYU 87-68 on Thursday afternoon, Wisconsin beat 15 American 75-35. Winner of this game advances to Anaheim for the West Regional finals.

Sunday, March 23 –
SOUTH REGION: 10 Stanford Cardinal (21-12) v. 2 Kansas Jayhawks (24-9) 9:15 am/CBS in St. Louis, Missouri at the Scottrade Center. Stanford defeated 7 New Mexico 58-53 Thursday with Kansas beating 15 Eastern Kentucky 80-69. Winner advances to Memphis for the South Regional finals.

SOUTH REGION: 12 Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks (31-2) v. 4 UCLA Bruins (26-8) 4:10 pm/TBS in San Diego, California at Viejas Arena. UCLA outlasted 13 Tulsa 76-59 while Stephen F. Austin needed OT against 5 VCU winning 77-75. Winner will be in Memphis for the South Regional finals.

WEST REGION: 8 Gonzaga Bulldogs (28-6) v. 1 Arizona Wildcats (30-4) 6:40 pm/TBS also in San Diego. Arizona did enough against 16 Weber State winning 68-59, Gonzaga was a 85-77 winner against 9 Oklahoma State. Winner advances to Anaheim for the West Regional finals

Nine PAC-12 teams will be playing in the postseason between the NCAA, NIT and CBI tournaments. Six bids to the NCAA tournament were handed out on Sunday evening with two more going to the NIT and one will play in the CBI.

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