The first three rounds of the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament 2013 have come and went, as the Sweet Sixteen round approaches on Thursday.
CBS Sports has a full list of Men's NCAA scores, but some of the biggest basketball stories center around a No. 13 and No. 15 seed who have broke fans' printable brackets by upsetting top teams.
Louisville and Kansas, the March Madness favorites had no problems in advancing to the Sweet Sixteen round, but some favorites have been knocked off along the way, as the No.15 seed Florida Gulf Coast, the newbie considered now to be America's team eliminated San Diego State Sunday night.
"Our goal was to make history and we did it," FGCU Head Coach Andy Enfield told CBS after the game.
The university only opened 16 years ago and moved up from Division II to the Atlantic Sun Conference in 2007, then endured a four-year transition period before gaining postseason eligibility.
In another shocking upset, No. 13 La Salle University left out the SEC champions, Ole Miss, out of the competition as well, making everyone remember when they used to be one of the best teams in the nation 60 years ago. They enter the Sweet Sixteen for the first time since 1995.
"We talked all week about the great La Salle tradition," Explorers coach John Giannini said. "When you come in, you want to bring that back. These guys are doing it right before our eyes."
Indiana experienced a difficult game with Temple, but eventually came through with a 58-52 victory. Cody Zeller scored 15 points, but Victor Oladipo was the big factor in the final minutes, scoring 16 points, adding 8 rebounds to a few clutch baskets he made, not for the first time this season.
Ohio State was one of the three No. 2 seeds that struggled the most, facing a very challenging and persistent Iowa State team. The Buckeyes came out with a 78-75 victory, with Aaron Craft clenching a game winning three pointer with 0.5 seconds left on the clock. Craft had 18 points and Deshaun Thomas scored 22, facing the Iowa State team that hit 12 of their 25 three point shots and kept up with the Buckeyes until the very end of the game.
See below for the list of the upcoming Sweet 16 schedule:
7:15 p.m. -- CBS -- Marquette vs. Miami, Washington, D.C.
7:47 p.m. -- TBS -- Arizona vs. Ohio State, Los Angeles
9:35 p.m. -- CBS -- Syracuse vs. Indiana, Washington, D.C.
9:57 p.m. -- TBS -- LaSalle. vs. Wichita State, Los Angeles
7:15 p.m. -- CBS -- Oregon vs. Louisville, Indianapolis
7:37 p.m. -- TBS -- Kansas vs. Michigan, Arlington, Texas
9:35 p.m. -- CBS -- Michigan State vs. Duke, Indianapolis
9:57 p.m. -- TBS -- FGCU vs. Florida, Arlington, Texas