March Madness 2014 Elite 8 Live Stream, TV Schedule: Watch Online NCAA 2014 Basketball (Printable Bracket)

The March Madness Elite 8 schedule continues on Sunday with two more mouthwatering games, following a dramatic day on Saturday. The NCAA 2014 Elite 8 kicked off on Saturday and saw games between Florida and Dayton, as well as Wisconsin and Arizona.

On Sunday four more teams will be competing to try and snap up the last two spots in the Final Four, and at this stage of the tournament it's difficult to predict who will come out on top. Sunday's March Madness 2014 games will include Michigan State vs Connecticut, and Michigan vs Kentucky. The action gets started at 2.20 p.m. ET, with the second game of the day scheduled to start soon after the first is completed at about 5.05 p.m. ET.

A full schedule of Sunday's Elite 8 games is shown below, detailing how to watch the games live on TV, and which networks will be showing each game. Each can also be watched online through free live stream by clicking here.

(Photo: Reuters/Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports)Ohio State Buckeyes guard Shannon Scott beats Michigan Wolverines guard Spike Albrecht (2) to a loose ball in the semifinals of the Big Ten college basketball tournament at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.

The fairytale story of the Dayton Flyers came to an end on Saturday night as No. 1 seeds, the Florida Gators, dominated the game winning 62-52.

The game was tight for long periods, but as the action moved towards its climax, Florida upped a gear and tightened its defense significantly to pull away from Dayton.

The Gators were able to nearly shut down the Flyers offense completely for a stretch, and when the game ended, Dayton had only managed to score a season-low points haul of 52.

In Saturday's other game, a dramatic game between No. 1 seeds Arizona and No. 2 seeds Wisconsin ended in a breathtaking manner. Many had predicted there was little between these two teams and that's how it proved.

At the end of the first half, Arizona had their noses in front 28-25, but a tense back and forth between the teams saw the second half end three points in Wisconsin's favor, leaving the teams deadlocked and heading for overtime.

Overtime was no less dramatic, and a single point separated the teams at the end, with Wisconsin claiming the win 64 to 63.

That win sparked wild celebrations from the Wisconsin fans as they booked their place in the Final Four, and move to just one win away from the dream Championship game.

An NCAA 2014 Tournament printable bracket can be found by clicking here. In addition, the March Madness 2014 full TV schedule and start times for Sunday's Elite 8 Round can be seen below:

Sunday March 30, 2014 (All Times E.T.)

No. 4 Michigan State Spartans vs. No. 7 Connecticut Huskies
2.20 p.m.

No. 2 Michigan Wolverines vs. No. 8 Kentucky Wildcats
5.05 p.m.