The first of the two final Elite Eight games is nearly underway.
Six-seed USC will look to continue its incredible run through the tournament with a win over the undefeated, top-seeded Zags. The Trojans have averaged an incredible margin of victory of 21.3 points three games through the tournament, but they will face the toughest challenge yet in Mark Few’s Gonzaga team.
The Bulldogs this tournament have been led by an incredible trio in Drew Timme (20.7 points, 8.3 rebounds per game), Jalen Suggs (10.3 points per game) and Corey Kispert (17 points, five rebounds, one assist and one steal per game).
Gonzaga approaches unstoppable when one or more of them get hot, but will they have trouble taking on the force that is freshman 7-0 forward Evan Mobley? He has averaged a double-double through March Madness and was two rebounds shy against Oregon of his third straight of March Madness. Look for Timme to be his primary defender.
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How to watch Gonzaga vs. USC
Tuesday’s Elite Eight game between Gonzaga and USC is scheduled to tip off at 7:15 p.m. ET (4:15 p.m. PT), followed by Michigan vs. UCLA.
Both games will be broadcast nationally on TBS; Kevin Harlan, Dan Bonner and Dana Jacobson will call USC-Gonzaga, while Brian Anderson, Jim Jackson and Allie LaForce will call UCLA-Michigan. You can stream the game on March Madness Live, the online home of every 2021 NCAA Tournament game.
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