At Memphis, Tenn.
•No. 11 Dayton vs. No. 10 Stanford, 6:15 p.m. (CBS)
The Flyers are the tournament darling, but just barely by seed over Stanford. Both teams worked hard to get here, with Dayton downing Ohio State and Syracuse and the Cardinal topping New Mexico and Kansas. Guard Jordan Sibert leads Dayton’s balanced scoring attack at 13.1 points. Stanford star Chasson Randle played all 40 minutes in the two victories and averaged 18 points. Cardinal forward Josh Huestis was the defensive stopper, holding Kansas freshman Andrew Wiggins to four points.
•No. 4 UCLA vs. No. 1 Florida, about 8:45 p.m. (CBS)
A rematch of the 2006 national championship game, and both teams are at the top of their game. Florida, led by SEC player of the year Scottie Wilbekin, has won 28 straight. He’s a top defender and figures to have his hands full with UCLA point guard Kyle Anderson, who stands 6 feet 9. The Bruins roared through the Pac-12 Tournament and blasted NCAA foes Tulsa and Stephen F. Austin. A clash of styles here, UCLA likes to run, Florida has held 26 opponents to 61 or fewer points.
Florida 68-62West region
At Anaheim, Calif.
•No. 6 Baylor vs. No. 2 Wisconsin, 6:47 p.m. (TBS)
Wisconsin’s front line of Sam Dekker, Nigel Hayes and Frank Kaminsky will look to solve Baylor’s zone. The Bears figure to get out on Badgers shooters, which might leave the middle open. But Wisconsin has to keep up with Baylor guards Brady Heslip and Kenny Chery, who made nine of 12 three-pointers against Creighton. The Bears have been to the Sweet 16 three times in five years, and reached the Elite Eight in 2010 and 2012.
•No. 4 San Diego State vs. No. 1 Arizona, about 9:17 p.m. (TBS)
They meet again. Arizona handed the Aztecs their first loss, 69-60 in San Diego on Nov. 14. But both teams are different. The Wildcats got 25 minutes from Brandon Ashley, who has been out since January because of a broken foot. Dwayne Polee didn’t play in the game for San Diego State, and he has scored in double figures in the past four games. Both teams play excellent defense, but the Aztecs have the top player, Xavier Thames.
•Pick: San Diego State 69-67