Tommy Amaker and Harvard stunned the basketball world Thursday with an upset win over New Mexico. (Rick Bowmer/Associated Press)
East Regional 3 Marquette vs. 6 Butler
Tip-off/TV: 7:45 p.m./CBS
Two teams that barely avoided upsets Thursday will be conference rivals next season in the new Big East. Both are tournament-tested, with Marquette relying on Vander Blue (14.4 points) and Butler being led by Rotnei Clarke (16.7 points).
4 Syracuse vs. 12 California
Tip-off/TV: 9:40 p.m./TBS
Syracuse abused Montana in Thursday's biggest blowout, and California upset UNLV. F C.J. Fair leads Syracuse in scoring (14.4) and rebounding (7.0), while junior G Allen Crabbe (18.7 points) leads California.
Midwest Regional 1 Louisville vs. 9 Colorado State
Tip-off/TV: 5:15 p.m./CBS
The Tournament's top seed performed like you'd expect against a 16 seed. The Cardinals will get more of a test from the Rams, who handled Missouri on Thursday.
4 Saint Louis vs. 12 Oregon
Tip-off/TV: 7:10 p.m./TBS
Oregon pulled off the upset over Oklahoma State, but Saint Louis, fueled by the memory of late coach Rick Majerus, will be a tougher task. Leading scorer and rebounder Dwayne Evans (13.7 points, 7.7 rebounds) powers the Billikens. Freshman PG Dominic Artis returned from injury to spark Oregon's rise.
West Regional 6 Arizona vs. 14 Harvard
Tip-off/TV: 6:10 p.m./TNT
Former Michigan coach Tommy Amaker pulled off the Tournament's biggest upset, guiding Harvard past No. 3 seed New Mexico. Arizona easily handled Belmont, part of a strong showing by the Pac-12.
1 Gonzaga vs. 9 Wichita State
Tip-off/TV: 8:40 p.m./TNT
Gonzaga received a scare from Southern before advancing, while Wichita State easily handled Pittsburgh. Fs Cleanthony Early and Carl Hall power the Shockers, while 7-foot junior Kelly Olynyk heads a veteran Zags team.