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

3:15 pm — No. 4 Kansas vs. No. 5 Gonzaga (CBS)

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

3:30 PM – No. 6 Syracuse vs. no. 11 Arizona (ESPN2)

4 PM – No. 5 Oklahoma vs. no. 12 Florida Gulf Coast (ESPNEWS)

4:30 PM – No. 1 USC vs. no. 16 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (ESPN)

4:45 PM – No. 7 Ole Miss vs. no. 10 Marquette (ESPNU)

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)

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Women's Table (Eastern at all times)

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

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)

live65 updates

  • Dyaisha Fair has returned to action after being sidelined with a possible foot injury. Hook. Behind The Orange Fair's deep theatrics, it wants to come back and win. If Arizona loses, it would be the fifth 11-over-6 upset of the week for both the women's and men's teams.

  • Final: Iowa 91, Holy Cross 65

    It's not a pure attempt at hockey, but they get the 'W' regardless. Caitlin Clark finished just short of a triple-double in the opener with 27 points, 10 assists and eight rebounds.

  • 4Q: No. 6 Syracuse 51, no. 11 Arizona 51

    Besides Dyaisha Fair in the fourth quarter, Syracuse needs someone to step up and score. It's usually Georgia Woolley (13.9 ppg) or guard Alana Rice (10 ppg). Woolley was 2-2 for six points. Rice hasn't made a basket in four attempts and is 4 of 8 from the free throw line for four points.

  • Caitlin Clark had her 10th assist. She needs two more rebounds to get a triple-double

  • Jax is now lit. They extended it to an 18-point edge over Kansas.

  • Gonzaga went on a 13-0 run to open an 11-point lead

  • FGCU girls 2nd year in a row 12 vs. 5 Can you pull an upset?

  • The 2nd half is underway for Zags-Jayhawks and the action isn't slowing down!

  • Clark is up to 21 points, but hasn't had a solid shooting day. He was 5-of-14, and 3-of-7 from 3-point range. The senior is clearly frustrated, and a 22-point lead doesn't mean this game is safe for the Hokies. Iowa has given up some big leads, which is sure to be on Clark's mind today.

  • The Hawkeyes are up 22, but clearly aren't playing their best basketball. Clark is closing in on a triple-double, but also has six turnovers and three fouls in the game.

  • Final: Indiana 89, Fairfield 56

  • Final/OT: Kansas 81, Michigan 72

    The Jayhawks owned the overtime period and ran away from the Wolverines. They will play USC in the second round.

  • After Syracuse lost its first game of the ACC Tournament, Felisha Leggett-Jack said her team “has to figure out how to play on this stage.” No. No. 6 Orange 37-32 11 came back inside Arizona's five, but 13 turnovers are hard to overcome.

  • Clark had some highlight-reel plays in the first half, including this pull-up 3 from deep.

  • Halftime: Kansas 44, Gonzaga 43

    An electric first half is in the books in Salt Lake City. Hunter Dickinson's 13 points led Kansas. Braden Huff scored 11 for the Jacks.

  • The Hawkeyes would go into the half with a 48-30 lead. It was a slow start but they found their rhythm in the second quarter.

    Clark's stats: 13 points, 7 assists, 5 rebounds

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