NCAA Tournament Games, Scores, Updates: Follow Sunday's March Madness action live

The Elite Eight continues Sunday, with two games in the men's and women's brackets as teams jockey for the final four spots.

As Zach Eddy and top-ranked Purdue face No. 2 Tennessee, then-No. 11 NC State no. 4 should be a great performance as he tries to continue his magical run against Duke. On the women's side, the undefeated no. 1 South Carolina poses its biggest challenge yet to No. 3 will face off at Oregon State, and the no. 3 NC State faces No. 1-ranked Texas.

Get ready for another fun day of college hoops.

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Women's Table (Eastern at all times):

No. 1 South Carolina 70, no. 3 Oregon State 58

No. 3 NC State 76, no. 1 Texas 66

Men's Schedule:

No. 1 Purdue 72, no. 2 Tennessee 66

5:05 PM – No. 4 Duke vs. No. 11 NC State (CBS)

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  • Two free throws by DJ Horne gave NC State a 36-35 lead with 12:59 to play.

  • NC State cut Duke's lead to 33-29 with 15:11 left. After the Wolfpack struggled to get anything going in the first half, they made some baskets at the rim in this half.

  • Duke led NC State 27-21 at halftime. The Wolfpack are shooting just 27% from the field and Duke is at 31%. The two teams combined for 17 of 60 from the field. Oops.

    Each team has two key players with two faults. NC State's Mohamed Tiara and DJ Burns and Duke's Kyle Filipowski and Tyrese Proctor.

  • NC State can't buy a basket right now. With 90 seconds left in the first half, the Wolfpack have made just one of their last nine attempts.

  • Mohamed Tiara picked up his second foul for NC State. DJ Burns is out of the game as he rebounds with two fouls of his own.

  • NC State ran out of time with 7:07 left to give Duke a 21-14 lead. Jared McCain had 11 of the Blue Devils' 21 points and Duke is playing some great defense as well.

  • DJ Burns missed back-to-back shots at the basket, then picked up a cheap foul after the second miss. It was his second mistake. There is 9:47 left in the first half.

  • Duke had three turnovers in the first 8:10 of the game, but NC State led 12-9 with 11:50 to go in the first half.

    DJ Burns was 3 of 4 for NC State. The remaining team is 1 of 8.

  • DJ Burns had six of NC State's top eight points. The Wolfpack put Duke up 8-7 with 13:25 to play.

  • Final: NC State 76, Texas 66

    The Wolfpack are going to the Final Four for the first time since 1998. They will face South Carolina on Friday. NC State's Asiaha James led the way with 27 points, 6 rebounds and 4 assists.

  • That won't happen tonight in Texas. They're going to play a foul game here, but NC State doesn't need to worry.

  • Still an 8-point margin (72-64) with 1:32 left. The Longhorns need to stop badly.

  • It's time to see which ACC team will join Purdue, UConn and Alabama in the Final Four. Will it be Duke or NC State?

  • Asia James may have stuck a fist in Texas. It was his seventh 3-pointer.

  • The Longhorns are still at it, but they're running short on time. The deficit is 8 and just over 5 minutes left on the clock. Madison Booker has 15 points, 5 rebounds and 5 assists, but Texas needs to get them over the finish line here.

  • 3Q result: NC State 57, Texas 48

    The Longhorns lead, but it's still a nine-point game going into the final quarter.

  • Final: Purdue 72, Tennessee 66

    Zach Edey scored 40 points and grabbed 16 rebounds. He went to the free throw line 22 times and made 14.

    It was the third Final Four trip for the Boilermakers and the team's first since 1980.

  • It is final. Purdue 72, Tennessee 66.

    Purdue is headed to the Final Four a year after losing in the first round to the Boilermakers

  • Dalton Knecht's block by Zach Edey could have sealed it for Purdue with less than a minute left.

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