The first two games of the Elite Eight were played on Saturday, as Oregon (3) defeated Kansas (1) in the Midwest regional finals 74-60, while Gonzaga (1) destroyed Xavier (11) in the West regional finals 83-59.

On Sunday, the South regional finals will see North Carolina (1) vs. Kentucky (2), while the East regional finals will see Florida (4) vs. South Carolina (7).

Gonzaga defeated Xavier

After ending the first half with a 10-point lead on Saturday, Gonzaga came out even stronger in the second half, outscoring Xavier by 14 points for a final score of 83-59.

After losing just one game during the regular season, Gonzaga eased past Xavier for their first-ever Final Four appearance after already defeating West Virginia (4), Northwestern (8) and South Dakota State (16) in the first three rounds.

Nigel Williams-Goss had a stand-out performance for the Gonzaga Bulldogs on Saturday, with 23 points, 8 rebounds and 4 assists.

Oregon defeated Kansas

After a strong first-half performance by the Oregon Ducks, the Kansas Jayhawks were unable to make a comeback in the second half. Playing in Kansas City, the Ducks scored an upset in front of a home crowd for the Jayhawks. Having defeated Michigan (7), Rhode Island (11) and Iona (14) in the first three rounds, Oregon advances to face the winner of North Carolina vs.


Jordan Bell had a phenomenal game for the Ducks on Saturday, with 13 rebounds, 8 blocked shots, 11 points and 4 assists.

South Carolina vs. Florida

After an incredible overtime win against Wisconsin (8) on Friday, Florida moves on to face South Carolina on Sunday for a chance to face Gonzaga in the Final Four. In Sunday's match-up, the Gators will look to KeVaugh Allen to have another amazing night, like he did against Wisconsin when he scored a career-high 35 points.

The Gamecocks will be depending on another big performance from Sindarius Thornwell, who is averaging 21.5 points and 7.2 assists per game for South Carolina.

Kentucky vs. North Carolina

In the only regional final that came down to a No. 1 seed vs. a No. 2 seed, North Carolina (1) faces Kentucky (2) in a match-up between two colleges with a lot of history in NCAA basketball.

If North Carolina advances, it will be their twentieth appearance in the Final Four, their first one dating back to 1946.

The Wildcats have been to the Final Four 17 times. De'Aaron Fox had an incredible game for the Wild Cats on Friday when he scored 39 points, while Justin Jackson was a standout for the Tar Heels with 24 points, 5 boards, and 5 assists.

Where to watch March Madness

The final two games of the Elite Eight take place on Sunday, March 26. South Carolina vs. Florida will air on CBS at 2:20 p.m. EST, live from Madison Square Garden in New York City.

The winner will advance to play Gonzaga on April 1 in the Final Four. Kentucky vs. North Carolina will air on CBS at 5:50 p.m. EST, live from the FedExForum in Memphis, Tennessee. The winner will advance to play Oregon on April 1 in the Final Four.