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NC State vs. Marquette TV schedule and announcers for Sweet 16 game

DJ Burns, Kam Jones, Mohamed Diarra, and Tyler Kolek will take the court as their teams battle for a spot in the Elite Eight. Who will walk away victorious?

Mar 23, 2024; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; North Carolina State Wolfpack forward Mohamed Diarra (23) dunks.
Mar 23, 2024; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; North Carolina State Wolfpack forward Mohamed Diarra (23) dunks. / Gregory Fisher-USA TODAY Sports
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In two days, the eleventh-seed NC State Wolfpack will try to take down the second-seed Marquette Golden Eagles. 

As fans have fallen in love with the underdog Wolfpack squad and brackets hinge on Marquette’s win, how can you tune in to see the matchup unfold?

The Eagles and the Wolfpack are scheduled to play on March 29 at 7:09 p.m. ET (don’t ask about the specificity of the time, we don’t know).

Marquette and NC State’s game will be broadcast on CBS as well as streamed on NCAA March Madness Live and fuboTV.

How to watch NC State vs. Marquette in the Sweet Sixteen:

Sweet Sixteen announcers for NC State vs. Marquette:

  • Play-by-play: Ian Eagle
  • Analyst: Bill Raftery
  • Analyst: Grant Hill
  • Reporter: Tracy Wolfson

In the First Round, Marquette took down Western Kentucky in an 87-69 victory. The Golden Eagles then defeated the Colorado Buffaloes 81-77 in the Round of 32.

NC State upset the Texas Tech Raiders in round one with an incredible 80-67 defeat. In the Second Round, the Wolfpack ended the Oakland Grizzlies’ Cinderella run with a 6-point victory.

The Wolfpack sits at 24-14 overall, they are just one of four ACC teams in the Sweet Sixteen field. Marquette, led by head coach Shaka Smart, is 27-9 overall and is 2nd in the Big East, only behind No. 1 overall UConn.

The Golden Eagles enter the game as 6.5-point favorites over NC State.

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