Well, guess the only ubiquitous thing about all of our brackets is that they are already completely busted. Our sympathies if you picked Illinois to go all the way. Seemingly right on cue, they lost to the in-state sweetheart Loyola Chicago. The Rambler's are feeling that 2018 Final Four magic fueled by Sister Jean. For the sake of the 101-year old Loyola chaplain, everyone and their mother should be rooting for the Ramblers. They take on the PAC-12 champ Oregon State Beavers in the Sweet 16. This is a breakdown of all the games on on fuboTV, which will air on CBS. You can live stream all NCAA Basketball Games on CBS with fuboTV.

How to Watch the Second Round of the NCAA Basketball Tournament

When: Saturday, March 27 - Sunday, March 27
Time: 2:40 p.m. ET
TV: CBS
Live Stream: fuboTV (watch NCAA Basketball Tournament games free with fuboTV)

Second Round - Saturday, March 27

#12 Oregon State vs. #8 Loyola Chicago - 2:40 p.m. ET - CBS - Sweet 16 - Midwest Region

If you don't have any other stake in these teams, another reason to root for Loyola Chicago is this year's breakout tournament star Cameron Krutwig. He may look like your plumber uncle but don't be fooled. This guy can straight ball. He was on that Final Four team and has only progressed his game. Against the Illini in a blowout where Illinois scored less than twenty off their regular-season average, he led his team in points, assists and offensive rebounds. Oh and don't forget he's force on the defensive side of the ball.

The Beavers on the other side will be no slouch themselves. While they didn't have the best showing in conference during the regular season going .500, they know how to turn it on when it matters. Case in point, in their conference tournament and certainly in this tournament where they blasted by #5 Tennessee and #4 Oklahoma State. With their 12th seed and Loyola Chicago always being underestimated, both of these schools will approach this game with an underdog mentality. The only thing we know about this matchup going in is that it's going to be scrappy.

#5 Villanova vs. #1 Baylor - 5:15 p.m. ET - CBS - Sweet 16 - South Region

The first game in the south region in the Sweet 16  on the other hand are between tournament mainstays. Let's talk about the Villanova Wildcats first. By their ranking in this tournament, you might think they are having a down year under legendary coach Jay Wright. But they finished the regular season ranked in the top 20 losing only six games and finished the regular season as the Big East champs. They lost to Georgetown, the eventual conference tournament champs, in the quarterfinals. If they win that tournament we probably wouldn't be speaking of them as huge underdogs against Baylor.

But da Bears, not of the Chicago variety but of Waco, are just having a special season that anyone who faces them are going to be underdogs. Only Gonzaga was better than them in the regular season. But like the Wildcats, Baylor was the Big 12 regular season champs and lost to Oklahoma State in the semis of their conference tournament who got torched by the aforementioned Beavers. Baylor will be favored but if Villanova pulls it out, this will only had to Wright's legacy in a year where he became a hall of fame finalist. Would a win this weekend put him over the edge?

#15 Oral Roberts vs. #3 Arkansas - 7:25 p.m. ET - TBS - Sweet 16 - South Region

#11 Syracuse vs. #2 Houston - 9:55 p.m. ET - TBS - Sweet 16 - Midwest Region

Second Round - Sunday, March 28

#5 Creighton vs. #1 Gonzaga - 2:10 p.m. ET - CBS - Sweet 16 - West Region

The first game on Sunday is against another Big East darling and the best team in the nation. Gonzaga are the OG Loyola Chicago program where they've been able to replicate success year after year in a mid-major program. They're the only team that remained undefeated throughout the entire regular season and really only stumbled for a moment in the WCC tournament against BYU. The Cougars promptly got whooped in the first round. Nothing is a lock in this tournament but the Bulldogs getting to at least the Final Four seems as close as you're going to get.

Creighton is going to need every break they can get. They lost by 25 to Georgetown in the Big East championship. The Hoyas followed that up by giving up almost 100 to the Colorado Buffaloes in the first round of the tourney. Gonzaga's offense will likely be too much even for the high basketball pedigree of Greg McDermott's model program.

#4 Florida State vs. #1 Michigan - 5:00 p.m. ET - CBS - Sweet 16 - East Region

The final Sweet 16 matchup on CBS is between FSU and Michigan. Florida State is coming off a victory over the CU Buffs who learned before their game of the unspeakable tragedy of the shooting at a local grocery store in their hometown of Boulder Colorado. Basketball was understandable the last thing on their minds. Florida State advanced but the tragedy certainly puts basketball in perspective and provides a sense of gratefulness for the sense of normalcy and enjoyment that the game brings.

Back on the court, FSU was the best in the ACC last year before the pandemic shut everything down and they are seemingly in a good place to avenge that lost season. While they didn't win their conference tournament this year, they only lost that game by five to Georgia Tech by five and maintained a top-15 ranking in the regular season this year. Michigan is rebounding after losing in the semis in the Big 10 as they look fitting as a number one seed coming off a gritty win against a good LSU team. This game has the chance to be the closest out of any this weekend.

#11 UCLA vs. #2 Alabama - 7:15 p.m. ET - TBS - Sweet 16 - East Region

#7 Oregon vs. #6 USC - 9:45 p.m. ET - TBS - Sweet 16 - West Region