Here's the guide to the six NCAA tournament games not missed on Sunday:
(10) Iowa Vs. (2) Tennessee
12:10 pm, CBS
The Last Day of the First With this Big Ten SEC fight, there is a weekend, and no conference was hotter than the Big Ten. The conference went 7-1 in the first round, breaking the Big East record in 2008 and 2011, when most teams reached the round of 32.
(6) Buffalo Vs. (3) Texas Tech
6:10 pm, TNT
This match involves two of the best coaches among the radars in the country, Buffalo's Nate Oats and Texas Bear's Chris Beard. Buffalo lit the scoreboard this year, making it fifth in the nation (84.9), while Texas Tech's stubborn defense keeps opponents at 59.3 points per game (fourth-lowest in the nation). Both Oats and Beard have been rewarded with contract extensions, but this is unlikely to prevent larger programs from being called in the near future.
7:10 PM, TBS
It's a battle of Virginia when these two schools meet in San Jose across the country. Liberty joins the school's history following the first victory in the NCAA tournament, while Virginia Tech is favored due to the return of point guard Justin Robinson from a prolonged absence with a foot injury.
(9) Oklahoma Vs. (1) Virginia
Virginia was terrified by a strong second half by Gardner-Webb – to avoid the incredible feat of becoming the first # 1 seed to have a 16 lost, and then did it again next year. The cavaliers in Oklahoma face a tougher test that overtook Ole Miss on the first lap.
(11) Ohio St. Vs. (3) Houston
The Buckeyes had shot down a hot Iowa St. team that had just won the Big 12 tournament, but with an even tougher test in Houston. The Cougars received 26 points, seven rebounds and six assists from top scorer Corey Davis Jr. v Georgia State and coach Kelvin Sampson is only one victory away from the school's first Sweet 16 since 1984. Victory would also help eliminate the sour taste 
(12) UC Irvine Vs. (12) Oregon
9:40 pm, TBS
There is guaranteed to be a double-digit seed in the Sweet 16, although only one of them could be classified as Cinderella. Oregon struggled most of the season before becoming strong and winning the Pac-12 tournament in an angry situation. Then he knocked out number 5 Wisconsin. UC Irvine had never won an NCAA tournament game in school history before beating the 4th State of Kansas State.