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2016 March Madness Live Stream: How to watch/listen Sunday's Elite 8 games

Just because it is Easter and we are eliminated, doesn't mean we can't watch some good basketball.

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Boomer Sooner carries on and Rock Chalk no more.

While OU rolled over Oregon and Coach K's favorite player, the game between 'Nova and Kansas was a tight all the way to the end with Wildcats finally getting those Jayhawks and once again proving that even the president can pick a bracket as well as we can.

While both of yesterdays games we 1's vs 2's tonight will be a little different when 10th seeded Syracuse takes on top seeded Virginia and the 6th seeded Fighting Irish of Norte Dame take on the number one seed from the East, North Carolina. While both of these games seem to be favoring the top seed, you can not count out Mike Brey and that no tie look and The Orange are just LOOKING for more people to apologize to...after continuing to ruin basketball and the tournament for all of us.

TBS is broadcasting both games, meaning you should make sure that you are eating that Easter ham at a house that has a basic cable package. But if you can't be by your couch or Aunt Phyllis cut the cord recently, you can stream the games via the March Madness Live website or on the March Madness Live iOS or Android app, which you can download from both the App Store and the Google Play store. You can also find where to listen to them just below.


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Sunday, Mar. 27 (all times ET):

Mid West Region Regional Final: (United Center, Chicago, Ill.)
No. 1 Virginia vs. No. 10 Syracuse, 6:09 p.m., TBS

East Region Regional Final (Wells Fargo Center, Philidelphia, Pa.)
No. 1 North Carolina vs. No. 6 Notre Dame, 8:49 p.m., TBS