The NCAA 2013 March Madness College basketball tournament resumes on Thursday with the first of the Sweet 16 round of games to be played.
Sixty-four teams have been frantically whittled down to just 16 and now those remaining are vying for a spot in the March Madness Elite Eight.
The Sweet 16 round will take place over the course of two days on Thursday and Friday with four games taking place each evening.
The action will tip off with one of the biggest clashes when No. 2 seeded Miami take on No. 3 seeded Marquette in Washington D.C. at 7.15 p.m. ET.
That game is too close to call, with both sides having the armory to be capable of winning. It should be the perfect way for March Madness to get back in the swing of things after a few days without games.
Just after that game gets started a second game will get underway at 7.47 p.m. ET. Ohio State vs Arizona will be taking place in Los Angeles, California in what should be another electrifying game between the No. 2 and No. 6 seeds.
Other games taking place later on Thursday are Indiana vs Syracuse at 9.45 p.m. ET and Wichita State vs La Salle at 10.17 p.m. ET.
Another four games will take place on Friday night, and all the action from every single game can be seen on TV through either TBS or CBS.
Of course following this Sweet 16 round, there will still be the Elite 8, Final Four, and the Championship Game to follow.
To help you with your viewing, a full NCAA 2013 bracket is shown above (please click to expand it bigger), and the Sweet 16 schedule and TV information is shown below (all times are ET).
In addition, every game can be watched online through free live stream on the official NCAA live link by clicking here.
THURSDAY, March 28
Miami vs Marquette (7.15 p.m.) CBS
Ohio St. vs Arizona (7.47 p.m.) TBS
Indiana vs Syracuse (9.45 p.m.) CBS
Wichita St. vs La Salle (10.17 p.m.) TBS
FRIDAY, March 29
Louisville vs Oregon (7.15 p.m.) CBS
Kansas vs Michigan (7.37 p.m.) TBS
Duke vs Michigan St. (9.45 p.m.) CBS
Florida vs FGCU (9.57 p.m.) TBS