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NCAA Tournament 2015: Bracket, TV schedule and live streaming for Saturday's Elite 8 games

Thursday, Kentucky scored twice as many points as their opponent. What will happen tonight? Don't miss a second.

Richard Mackson-USA TODAY Sports

Well Oklahoma lost so it's sadness city for me. Arizona is all I have left to root for. The regional finals are upon us. The top two teams in each region will battle it out on the court to determine which four teams will be the Final Four teams. All four of today's teams are a three-seed or higher, Kentucky and Wisconsin both being one-seeds. While all four teams looked impressive in their wins Thursday night, it was certainly Kentucky who made the biggest statement in their 78-39 win over No. 5 West Virginia.

Kentucky is coming off their huge win, and it will take a lot of effort from No. 3 Notre Dame to cool them down. In tonight's other game, the Badgers will take on No. 2 Arizona. Wisconsin won both the Big Ten regular season title and the Big Ten Tournament title. Will they be able to beat the team that knocked out the Buckeyes?

No. 2 Arizona vs No. 1 Wisconsin

Channel: TBS (17/1202 Time Warner Columbus/Delaware)

Time: 4:09 P.M. MT

No. 3 Notre Dame vs No. 1 Kentucky

Channel: TBS (17/1202 Time Warner Columbus/Delaware)

Time: 6:49 P.M. MT

The games will also be available on March Madness Live, though you'll need a TV provider login to watch, since they aren't on CBS. Time to call your parents and get their login info (if you haven't already).