How to Watch Elite 8 NCAA Tournament Schedule & Preview
The Elite 8 is all set as Oregon State looks to stay at the ball past midnight when they take on Houston. GETTY IMAGES

The clock has struck midnight for the Loyola Chicago Ramblers. Sister Jean's prayers weren't enough as the 12th seed Oregon State Beavers were clutch late enough to punch their first ticket to an Elite 8 game since 1982. If they beat #2 Houston on Monday, they will be making their first Final Four since 1963. They're the first 12th seed to make the Elite 8 since Missouri in 2002. Oh by the way, that Missouri team was the only other 12th seed to make it this far. This is truly a historic run made by Oregon State. However this finishes for the Beavers, they've already defied every expectation set for them to begin the season.

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How to Watch the Third Round of the NCAA Basketball Tournament

When: Monday, March 29 - Tuesday, March 30
Time: 7:15 p.m. ET
TV: CBS
Live Stream: fuboTV (watch NCAA Basketball Tournament games free with fuboTV)

Third Round - Monday, March 29

#12 Oregon State vs. #2 Houston - 7:15 p.m. ET - CBS - Elite 8 - Midwest Region

OSU had the illustrious expectations of finishing 12th in a conference called the Pac-12. All they did was win the entire tournament over fellow tournament contenders like Oregon, USC and Colorado. They will need to rely on their guard Ethan Thompson, who scored 20 points and clinched the game against Loyola Chicago, even more against their upcoming opponents Houston. They are arguably going to face their most difficult competition all season in the Elite Eight.  

They made slight work of No. 4 seed Oklahoma State but the Cougars are just something else. First the Cowboys lost to Texas in the Big 12 Championship. The Longhorns may have won (somehow) their first ever Big 12 title but they immediately lost to No. 14 seed Abilene Christian. Coach Shaka Smart was already on the hot seat never winning a tournament game in Texas and subsequently he is already the new head coach at Marquette. All of that too say, the Cougars actually won their tournament in the AAC and put a halt on another Cinderella dream out in Syracuse.

The Cougars absolutely choked out all offensive momentum of Jim Boeheim's team led by his son Buddy. The Cougars only lost three games this season for a reason and the Beavers will have to step up their offense even more if they're going to keep dancing. OSU has been doubted much more this season than heading into this regional final so it'd be a fool's errand to count them out this late in the season regardless of their seed.

#3 Arkansas vs. #1 Baylor - 9:57 p.m. ET - CBS - Elite 8 - South Region

The late game of the Monday Night Madness commences with a dominant powerhouse and a squad that thrives on a close game. Let's start with the later where Arkansas is coming off two tourney wins that were both decided by two points. The Razorbacks' Sweet 16 appearance against No. 15 Oral Roberts was one for the ages. Arkansas went up two with three seconds remaining. The Golden Eagles just missed a three that would have made them the first No. 15 seed ever to win three games in the tournament since the format expanded in 1985. Only two 15 seeds have only won two games and only nine have won one.

While the Razorbacks' road hasn't been as dramatic, they are still making history of their own reaching their first Elite 8 since 1995. Their reward for making this far will be to face one of the best programs remaining in the tournament. Baylor won the regular season in the Big 12 and is absolutely crushing their competition so far. Their average margin of victory is 15 points. They uncharacteristically only scored 62 against Villanova in the Sweet 16 but more than made up with it on defense. This must be Arkansas' formula to somehow keep the Bears offense in check. The Razorbacks are going to have to turn into some Golden Eagles and create some Cinderella magic of their own to make their first Final Four since 1995.

Third Round - Tuesday, March 30

#11 UCLA vs. #1 Michigan - 7:15 p.m. ET - TBS - Elite 8 - East Region

#6 USC vs. #1 Gonzaga - 9:57 p.m. ET - TBS - Elite 8 - West Region