March Madness 2019: Schedule, Results & Where to Watch: Saturday, March 23rd

The relentless March Madness schedule will continue over the weekend
The relentless March Madness schedule will continue over the weekend
Modified 23 Mar 2019

Matches Of The Day

The First Round of March Madness is now complete, and the next two days of Second Round matchups should provide a series of much tighter matchups. Gonzaga will take the court again following their demolition of FDU, although they will face stiffer competition in the form of Baylor, who set a school record with 16 3-pointers as they defeated Syracuse 78-68 in the first round. 

Elsewhere, Kentucky will take on a Wofford team that is amidst a 21-game winning streak. During their run, the Bulldogs have recorded their first-ever NCAA Tournament victory, and they will fancy their chances at causing a major shock against one of the pre-tournament favorites. 

Where To Watch Information

Maryland vs. LSU - 12.00 pm ET - CBS

Wofford vs. Kentucky - 2.30 pm ET - CBS

Florida vs. Michigan - 5.00 pm ET - CBS

Murray State vs. Florida State - 6.00 pm ET - TNT

Baylor vs. Gonzaga - 7.00 pm ET - TBS

Minnesota vs. Michigan State - 7.30 pm ET - CBS

Villanova vs. Purdue - 8.30 pm ET - TNT

Auburn vs. Kansas - 9.30 pm ET - TBS

Games can also be streamed on the March Madness website (Membership required)

Yesterday's results

Iowa 79 - 72 Cincinnati 

Oklahoma 95 - 72 Mississippi 

Northern Kentucky 57 - 72 Texas Tech

UC Irvine 70 - 64 Kansas St.

Colgate 70 - 77 Tennessee 

Gardner-Webb 56 - 71 Virginia 

Arizona St. 74 - 91 Buffalo

Oregon 72 - 54 Wisconsin 

Washington 78 - 61 Utah St. 

North Dakota St. 62 - 85 Duke

Georgia St. 55 - 84 Houston 

Liberty 80 - 76 Mississippi St. 

Iona 73 - 88 North Carolina

UCF 73 - 58 VCU

Ohio St. 62 - 59 Iowa St.

Saint Louis 66 - 52 Virginia Tech

Best Performer Of The Day (22nd March)

Duke recorded a comfortable opening round win
Duke recorded a comfortable opening round win

Entering this year's tournament, all eyes have been on Duke. The team is among the most hyped in college history and both Zion Williamson and RJ Barrett are projected to be top-three picks.

The first chance to see the duo came last night as Duke faced North Dakota State, and despite a slow start from the Blue Devils, Williamson and Barrett combined for 51 points as the top-seeds destroyed their first opponents of the tournament. 

Published 23 Mar 2019
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