Two weeks ago, the field of 68 was set.
Now, as this last Sunday in March concludes, we're already down to four.
March Madness has taken over the 2016 NCAA Tournament and after a chaotic two weeks, Houston, Texas and the Final Four awaits us later this week. The North Carolina Tar Heels, Oklahoma Sooners, Syracuse Orange and the Villanova Wildcats will be vying for immortality at NRG Stadium.
But only one can cut down the nets.
How to watch, listen or stream
Villanova-Oklahoma: 6:09 p.m. ET
Syracuse-North Carolina: Approx. 40 mins. after conclusion of 'Nova-OU
The Final Four AND the National Championship will be televised on TBS Network for the first time ever after a long, toiled history of both events being broadcasted on CBS.
TeamStream, the annual 'homer' broadcasts, will be televised on TNT and truTV.
Games will be aired on your local Westwood One stations. Check your local listings.
You can watch all NCAA Tournament games using the March Madness Live app.
Jim Nantz, Bill Raftery, and Grant Hill will be calling the action from Houston. Tracy Wolfson will be providing sideline reporting duties once again.
We love tables, and so do you. So here's a handy table for all this info:
2016 Final Four, Saturday April 2, 2016
6:09 pm ET
(2) Villanova Wildcats vs.
Where: NRG Stadium (Capacity: 71,795)
Broadcast Team Jim Nantz / Grant Hill / Bill Raftery // Tracy Wolfson
8:49 pm ET
(10) Syracuse Orange vs.