2024 NCAA Men's Tournament scores, games, updates: Follow Friday's March Madness action live

The madness continues on Friday as the other 32 teams compete for a spot in the second round.

No. 1 overall seed UConn begins its title defense against No. 16 Stetson. Fellow No. 1 seeds Purdue and Houston are also in the running.

Here's the full Friday schedule as the NCAA tournament resumes.

Friday afternoon

No. 9 Northwest 77, no. 8 Florida Atlantic 65

No. 3 Baylor 92, no. 14 Colgate 67

No. 5 San Diego State 69, no. 12 UAB 65

No. 2 Marquette 87, no. 15 Western Kentucky 69

No. 1 Yukon 91, no. 16 Stetson 52

No. 6 Clemson 77, no. 11 New Mexico 56

4:15 PM – No. 4 Auburn vs. no. 13 Yale (DNT)

4:30 PM – No. 7 Florida vs. no. 10 Colorado (TBS)

Friday evening

6:50 pm 8 Nebraska Vs. when 9 Texas A&M (TNT) .

7:10 p.m No. 4 Duke vs. No. 13 Vermont (CBS)

7:25 p.m No. 1 Purdue vs. No. 16 Grambling State (TBS)

7:35 p.m No. 4 Alabama vs. No. 13 College of Charleston (truTV)

9:20 p.m No. 1 Houston vs. No. 16 Longwood (TNT)

9:40 pm – no. 5 Wisconsin vs. no. 12 James Madison (CBS)

9:55 pm – no. 8 Utah State vs. no. 9 TCU (TBS)

10:05 PM — No. 5 St. Mary's vs. no. 12 Grand Canyon (truTV)

live55 updates

  • Yale came out of the gap on a tear!

  • Colorado's K.J. Simpson ties things up just before the half. The Buffs and Gators trade an offensive slugfest.

  • Final: Clemson 77, New Mexico 56

    The Tigers beat the Lobos early and easily won the West Region. They will face Baylor in a high-scoring second round matchup.

  • Final: UConn 91, Stetson 52

    The defending champs have no problem getting Stetson in the first round. Donovan Klingen led the Huskies in the win with 19 points and 8 rebounds.

  • Tigers are now settling down. Johnny Broom has 13 points and 6 rebounds with 3 minutes left in the half.

  • Colorado and Florida go back and forth.

  • The Tigers looked more comfortable midway through the second half.

  • March Madness: Auburn's Chad Baker-Masara ejected less than 5 minutes into Tigers' first-round game

    (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

    (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

  • Jonny Broom fires early for the Tigers.

  • Auburn vs. Yale is the same trend. The Tigers tore through the SEC tournament. Auburn is led by Johnny Broom who averages over 16 points and 8 rebounds per game. The Tigers are making nearly 55% of their 2-point shots with 18 assists, which ranks seventh in the nation.

  • Why is UConn a dream opponent to face in the NCAA tournament? Because its practitioner is never satisfied.

    With the Huskies leading Stetson 52-19 at halftime on Friday afternoon, Dan Hurley walked off the floor angry at how his team finished the first half. When asked by CBS Sideline reporter Tracy Wolfson why he was shaking his head, Hurley spoke like a coach after falling behind by 33 runs.

    According to ESPN Stats & Info, UConn's halftime lead is the largest in program history and the second largest in the NCAA Tournament in the last 20 years. The Huskies led 46-10 at one point before allowing Stetson to finish on a 9-7… oh… run.

  • Unfortunately only the blowers are going on. UConn beats Stetson, Clemson pulls away from New Mexico. Let's see if the Lobos can recover and come back.

  • Final: Marquette 87, Western Kentucky 69

    The Golden Eagles waited until the final 10 minutes, but when they showed up, they made it all happen. Cam Jones led the way with 28 points.

  • Final: SDSU 69, UAB 65

    Aztecs escape after late scare from Blazers. Jaedon LeDee led the way with 32 points and 8 rebounds.

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