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

While the first round of the women's competition continues on Saturday, the second round of the men's competition begins.

While the afternoon games feature mostly women's matchups, the evenings tend toward the men's. Either way, it will be another loaded day of the NCAA Tournament from start to finish.

Here's a complete guide to watching a long day of basketball.

Saturday afternoon

Men's Table (Eastern at all times)

No. 2 Arizona 78, no. 7 Dayton 68

No. 5 Gonzaga 89, no. 4 Kansas 68

Women's Table (Eastern at all times)

No. 6 Tennessee 92, no. 11 Green Bay 63

No. 3 Yukon 86, no. 14 Jackson State 64

No. 4 Indiana 89, no. 13 Fairfield 56

No. 8 Kansas 81, no. 9 Michigan 72

No. 2 Notre Dame 81, no. 15 Kent State 67

No. 3 NC State 64, no. 14 Chattanooga 45

No. 1 Iowa 91, no. 16 Holy Cross 65

No. 6 Syracuse 74, no. 11 Arizona 69

No. 5 Oklahoma 73, no. 12 Florida Gulf Coast 70

when 1 USC 87, no. 16 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 55

No. 7 Ole Miss 67, no. 10 Marquette 55

Saturday evening

Men's Table (Eastern at all times)

5:30 PM – No. 1 North Carolina vs. no. 9 Michigan State (CBS)

6:10 PM – No. 2 Iowa State vs. no. 7 Washington State (TNT)

7:10 pm – no. 11 NC State and no. 14 Oakland (TBS/TruTV)

8 pm – no. 2 Tennessee vs. No. 7 Texas (CBS)

8:40 pm – no. 3 Illinois vs. no. 11 Duquesne (DNT)

9:40 pm – no. 3 Creighton v. No. 11 Oregon (TBS/TruTV)

Women's Table (Eastern at all times)

5:30 PM – No. 8 West Virginia vs. no. 9 at Princeton (ESPN2)

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7 pm – no. 7 Creighton vs. no. 10 UNLV (ESPNEWS)

7:30 pm – no. 4 Gonzaga vs. no. 13 UC Irvine (ESPN2)

9:30 PM – No. 2 UCLA vs. no. 15 California Baptist (ESPN2)

10 pm – no. 5 Utah vs. no. 12 South Dakota State (ESPNU)

live92 updates

  • The Tar Heels and Spartans came back in the second half and MSU held the lead. After a 10-2 run it's now 48-45.

  • Iowa State and Washington State ended the half at 27. Jaylen Wells carried the Cougars with 16 points.

  • On both fronts, crime is now picking up a bit. The Hurricanes tied it at 25 shortly after.

  • Final: Mississippi 67, Marquette 55

    The Rebels pulled away in the fourth quarter. Madison Scott led all scorers with 20 points.

  • The Cougars and Cyclones were in a defensive battle early in Omaha. With just over 6 minutes left in the first half, the Cougars are holding a slight edge, 16-15.

  • Final: No. 1 USC 87, Texas A&M-CC 55

    JuJu Watkins and Mackenzie Forbes both scored 23 runs. That gave the No. 1 Trojans an easy first-round win. USC will face Kansas in the second round on Monday.

  • Halftime: UNC 40, Michigan State 31

    The Tar Heels ended the half on a 23-3 run. The No. 1 seed has taken control in Charlotte.

  • The UNC run is now 20-3. MSU can't stop the bleeding.

  • This game is completely flipped! The Tar Heels went on a 15-0 run.

  • WSU one touchdown to start action against Iowa State and No. 2!

  • Final: Oklahoma 73, Florida Gulf Coast 70

    The Chinese are escaping from a fear. Skyler Vaughn led Oklahoma with 24 points.

  • Michigan State can't miss now!

  • OU leads 73-70. It's the FGCU ball, 15 seconds left. Last chance for the Eagles.

  • No. 1-ranked North Carolina is in early trouble. Spartans on fire!

  • Payton Verhulst hit a clutch 10-footer to give OU a 72-70 lead. 37 seconds left.

  • FGCU went on a 9-2 run to tie it up 70-70! Less than a minute to play.

  • Oklahoma can get away with this upset effort

  • UNC-Michigan State is underway and the Spartans have come out firing.

  • Final: Syracuse 74, Arizona 69

    Dyaisha Fair simply took over the game in the final minutes. With the Orange trailing 56-51, the star guard went on an 11-0 run to end any hopes of a disappointing effort. He finished with 32 points in the win.

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