Updated 2013 NCAA Tournament Bracket: Final Four Taking Shape

While the first slate of games in the Elite 8 featured programs from all over the map, like big name schools like Syracuse to cinderella’s like Wichita State, the second slate of games features powerhouses across the board.

From Michigan to Duke and Louisville and Florida, Sunday’s Elite Eight showdowns feature some pretty impressive and historic names. Duke and Louisville are mainstays in the NCAA March Madness tournament, while Florida and Michigan are familiar with deep success but don’t have histories riddled with it.

It’s hard to determine which game will be the most entertaining. In our matinée game, the Florida Gators are looking to keep their dreams alive but the upstart Michigan Wolverines, hot off a thrilling win over No. 1 Kansas, are looking to relive the Fab Five glory days of yesteryear’s success. But the matchup between titans in the Midwest region is undeniable. Duke and Louisville are synonymous with March Madness and the game gives us another aspect of the tournament we love.

While the tournament is known for buzzer beaters and cinderella teams like Wichita State, it also affords us a chance to see titans battle with one another on the grandest stage in college basketball with everything on the line.

Who will join Wichita State and Syracuse in the Final Four? We will find out after tomorrow’s slate of games.

Here is the schedule for tomorrow’s action:

SUNDAY, MARCH 31 (3:00 PM-11:00 PM, ET)
Tip (ET) Network Site Game Play-by-Play/Analyst//Reporter
2:20 p.m. CBS Arlington, TX Florida vs. Michigan Marv Albert/Steve Kerr//Craig Sager
5:05 p.m. CBS Indianapolis, IN Louisville vs. Duke Jim Nantz/Clark Kellogg//Tracy Wolfson

Be sure to stay tuned to FanSided.com throughout the entire tournament as we keep you up to date with the latest results.

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