The men’s tournament begins with the second round, while the women’s tournament continues the first round on Saturday.

While the afternoon wave of matches mainly includes women’s matches, the evening skews more towards the men. Either way, it’s going to be another busy day of NCAA tournament action from start to finish.

Here’s your complete guide to a long day of watching basketball.

Saturday afternoon

Men’s schedule (all times East)

No. 2 Arizona 78, No. 7 Dayton 68

No. 5 Gonzaga 89, No. 4 Kansas 68

Women’s schedule (all times East)

No. 6 Tennessee 92, No. 11 Green Bay 63

No. 3 UConn 86, No. 14 Jackson State 64

No. 4 Indiana 89, No. 13 Fairfield 56

No. 8 Kansas 81, No. 9 Michigan 72

No. 2 Notre Dame 81, No. 15 Kent State 67

No. 3 NC State 64, No. 14 Chattanooga 45

No. 1 Iowa 91, No. 16 Holy Cross 65

No. 6 Syracuse 74, No. 11 Arizona 69

4:00 PM – No. 5 Oklahoma vs. No. 12 Florida Gulf Coast (ESPNEWS)

4:30 PM – No. 1 USC vs. No. 16 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (ESPN)

4:45 PM – No. 7 Ole Miss vs. No. 10 Marquette (ESPNU)

Saturday evening

Men’s schedule (all times East)

5:30 PM – No. 1 North Carolina vs. No. 9 Michigan State (CBS)

6:10 PM – No. No. 2 Iowa State vs. No. 7 Washington State (TNT)

7:10 PM – No. 11 NC State vs. No. 14 Oakland (TBS/TruTV)

8:00 PM – No. 2 Tennessee vs. No. 7 Texas (CBS)

8:40 PM – No. 3 Illinois vs. No. 11 Duquesne (TNT)

9:40 PM – No. 3 Creighton vs. No. 11 Oregon (TBS/TruTV)

Women’s schedule (all times East)

5:30 PM – No. 8 West Virginia vs. No. 9 Princeton (ESPN2)

7:00 PM – No. 7 Creighton vs. No. 10 UNLV (ESPNEWS)

7:30 PM – No. 4 Gonzaga vs. No. 13 UC Irvine (ESPN2)

9:30 PM – No. 2 UCLA vs. No. 15 California Baptist (ESPN2)

10:00 PM – No. 5 Utah vs. No. 12 South Dakota State (ESPNU)

Live80 updates

  • OU leads 73-70. It’s FGCU ball with 15 seconds left. Last chance for the Eagles.

  • No. 1 seed North Carolina is in trouble early. Spartans on fire!

  • Payton Verhulst hits a 10-footer to give OU the 72-70 lead. 37 seconds left.

  • FGCU goes on a 9-2 run to tie the score at 70-70! Not even a minute to play.

  • Oklahoma might just escape this upset bid

  • UNC-Michigan State is on the road and the Spartans have come out firing.

  • Final: Syracuse 74, Arizona 69

    Dyaisha Fair easily took over the match in the final minutes. With the Dutch trailing 56-51, the Star Guard went on an 11-0 run to end hopes of an upset bid. She finished with 32 points in the win.

  • Oklahoma continues its upset as FGCU closes the third quarter with a big bucket.

  • Syracuse is on an 11-0 run. All from Dyaisha Fair! The Dutch led 72-66 with 32 seconds left.

  • Dyaisha Fair again! She hits another jumper to increase Syracuse’s lead to 70-66. 45 seconds to play.

    28 points for Fair today while the Dutch fight to prevent the unrest.

  • Final: Gonzaga 89, Kansas 68

    The Zags crossed paths in the second half of this one. Anton Watson leads the way with 21 points, but five different Gonzaga players have 11 or more points in the win. They advance to play the winner of Purdue-Utah State.

  • Dyaisha Fair’s clutch 3 gives Syracuse the lead! 68-66 over Arizona with 1:04 to play

  • Arizona women are approaching what would be just the second upset of the tournament

  • Dyaisha Fair is back in the match after being taken off with a possible leg injury. Strap in. The Dutch love to storm back and win thanks to Fair’s deep theatrics. If Arizona makes it, it would be the fifth 11-over-6 match of the week for the women’s and men’s teams combined.

  • Final: Iowa 91, Holy Cross 65

    It wasn’t the cleanest effort from the Hawkeyes, but they get the ‘W’ regardless. Caitlin Clark finished just short of a triple-double with 27 points, 10 assists and eight rebounds in the opener.

  • 4Q: No. 6 Syracuse 51, No. 11 Arizona 51

    Syracuse needs someone who can score in the fourth quarter besides Dyaisha Fair. That’s usually guard Georgia Woolley (13.9 ppg) or guard Alaina Rice (10 ppg). Woolley is 2-2 for six points. Rice hasn’t made a basket in four attempts and is 4-for-8 from the free-throw line, good for four points.

  • Caitlin Clark just got her 10th assist. She needs two more rebounds to score a triple-double

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