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NCAA Tournament Elite Eight 2015: Updated Bracket, TV schedule and Live Streaming for Sunday

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Sunday night we'll see the Final Four field completed with the Regional Final matchups in the South and East Regions.

Three of the most successful programs of the last decade or longer, are all vying for a return trip to the Final Four. The one outlier, Gonzaga, has returned to the Elite Eight for the first time since 1999, and will try to make their first Final Four.

It's strange to see Louisville and MSU matching up while neither are a one or two seed in their bracket. It will be fun to watch Pitino versus Izzo in this game, and which coach will come out on top. In the other game, will Duke finish their run through the South Region and take out Gonzaga, who has been searching for the elusive Final Four for the last 15 years - but have underachieved so often.

For two of these teams, the road to the Final Four will be realized, while the other two teams will fall just shy of their goal of getting to Indianapolis.

To take a look at the madness that has already happened this march, take a look at the updated SB Nation bracket by clicking here.

TV Schedule and details:

Elite Eight Games
Sunday, March 29 (ET)
Tip (ET) Network Site Game Play-by-Play/Analyst//Reporter
2:20 p.m. CBS Syracuse (4) Louisville Cardinals vs. (7) Michigan State Spartans Lundquist/Spanarkel/LaForce
5:05 p.m. CBS Houston (1) Duke Blue Devils vs. (2) Gonzaga Bulldogs Nantz/Raftery/Hill/Wolfson

Mobile Viewing Options (iPhone, Android, etc)

The NCAA March Madness Live app is available in your mobile app store (iTunes/App Store, Google Play, etc).

It's a free app, but it does require TV subscription authentication.

Amazon App Store

Google Play

Apple App Store

Windows Store

Live Streaming via Computer

March Madness Live

Similar process to the mobile apps above, you'll have to login via a provider to watch.