AUSTIN (KXAN) — We’re down to four teams in March Madness, and this tournament has been one of the wildest ones in recent history.

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For the second time in the history of the tournament, a 16-seed topped a 1-seed when Fairleigh Dickinson, who only got into the tournament because Merrimack wasn’t eligible to represent its conference in the postseason, beat No. 1 Purdue in the first round.

No. 9 Florida Atlantic secured its spot in the Final Four over No. 3 seed Kansas State 79-76 on Saturday for the school’s first-ever trip, and No. 4 seed UConn crushed third-seeded Gonzaga 82-54 to advance to the Final Four in Houston.

Fifth-seeded San Diego State topped No. 6 Creighton 57-56 to be the third team and Miami rallied from a 13-point deficit to top No. 2 Texas 88-81.

Below you’ll find the upcoming round’s TV schedule and results from the previous rounds. Click on the hyperlinks to go to that specific game’s boxscore.

All games are available for streaming through the March Madness Live website and app with your television provider’s subscription info.

Here’s the current schedule and results: