Sweet Sixteen action continues tonight with the last four spots in the regional finals up for grabs in the 2014 NCAA Tournament.
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With Dayton, Florida, Arizona and Wisconsin still dancing after wins Thursday night, the Elite Eight field is nearly set.
In tonight's opener, the Michigan Wolverines face the Tennessee Volunteers, who advanced after upsetting UMass and defeating Mercer. One of the B1G's top offenses, Michigan will be tested by Tennessee's stingy defense.
Iowa State and Connecticut offer an intriguing coaching match-up - the Cyclones' Fred Hoiberg and the Huskies' Kevin Ollie met more than two decades ago on a recruiting trip. They also briefly played together while in the NBA. Iowa State needed a last-second layup to knock off North Carolina, while UConn upset former Big East rival Villanova to return to the Sweet Sixteen.
The Bluegrass State will be glued to their televisions as Kentucky takes on rival Louisville. The last two national champions, Kentucky shocked previously undefeated Wichita State and beat Louisville earlier in the season.
In a clash of styles, the Michigan State Spartans' fast break faces the grinding Virginia Cavaliers. Virginia aims for its 31st win - a school record - while Michigan State can help President Obama win his bracket pool.
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