The NCAA Men's Tournament 2013 has reached the highly anticipated Sweet Sixteen round.
All eight games will be played on March 28 and 29. The games will be aired on both CBS and TBS.
The NCAA hosts its March Madness Live website as well as a mobile app for Android and iOS to stream each game. Any game broadcasted on CBS is free of charge to stream online. To watch games on TNT, TBS, or truTV, viewers will get four hours of free of uninterrupted streaming before having to confirm with their with cable providers.
Radio streaming of each game is free through obtaining the March Madness Live on both the web and on the mobile app.
Satellite radio users can tune in to Sirius XM Radio for national feeds on channels 85, 91, 190, 191 and 192.
Sports fans were forced to reorganize their NCAA Bracket 2013 as top-seeded teams, such as Gonzaga and Georgetown were upsetted by underdog teams such as Florida Gulf Coast University, Wichita State and Lasalle University. The final Associated Press Top 25 poll of 2012 was released back on Dec. 31, yet only two teams from that list made it to the Sweet 16 round.
Wichita State, who defeated Gonzaga in the second round of the tournament received only 11 votes.
"They never quit," Wichita State coach Gregg Marshall said after win, via The Associated Press. "You know we got the big lead, Gonzaga makes a great run as a No. 1 team in the country would, and these guys dig down."
The Miami Hurricanes and Marquette Golden Eagles will kick of the top 16 round, as the battle with ACC versus Big East bragging rights on the line.
The No. 1 seed of the NCAA 2013 Louisville Cardinals won the Big East regular season and conference tournament title. They will face No. 12 Oregon.
Oregon won the Pac-12 tournament title and have bypassed Oklahoma State and Saint Louis en route to the Sweet 16.
Kansas, one of the March Madness favorites easily advanced to the Sweet Sixteen round, but other favorites were eliminated 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.
La Salle University will enter the tournament for the first time since 1995 and head coach John Giannini said his team deserves the right to be in tournament as every other team.
"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."
See below for a full 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