Two teams punched their tickets to the Final Four of the NCAA Tournament and two more will join Houston and Baylor on Tuesday night as Elite Eight action wraps up from Indianapolis. Will the favorites rule the left side of the bracket like they did on the right side? We'll find out soon.

No. 1 overall seed Gonzaga will be put to the test in its West Regional final vs. No. 6 seed USC to kick off Tuesday's doubleheader. The Trojans have not only been one of the most efficient, on-fire teams in the tournament, either. They're equipped with the No. 1 2-point defense in college basketball, a fun-as-hell twist that'll be up against Gonzaga and its No. 1-rated 2-point offense.

Half the Final Four is set. Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander recap Monday night's action on the latest episode of Eye on College Basketball.

In the other national quarterfinal, one of the top teams all season long looks to make good on its run -- even without one of its stars. No. 1 seed Michigan takes the floor looking to advance to the Final Four for the third time in eight years and first since 2018. The Wolverines have put things together, even without the services of Isaiah Livers as he nurses a foot injury. Standing in their way is No. 11 seed UCLA, who will try to match VCU in 2011 as the only team to make the Final Four after playing in the First Four.

Our team of writers has sized up both matchups and come up with picks both straight up and against the spread. You can find all our records for the tournament picking games by clicking here. Odds via William Hill Sportsbook

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(6) USC vs. (1) Gonzaga

Time: 7:15 p.m. ET | Location: Lucas Oil Stadium Equality (North)
TV: TBS | Live stream: March Madness Live

Only one of Gonzaga's 29 wins all season were by fewer than double digits. So you can see why our team is split here picking against the spread with the Zags favored by *only* nine points. I'm taking the points with USC, given its favorable matchup against the best 2-point scoring team in college hoops and with its length. But the best team in college hoops blowing this one out and making a statement wouldn't totally be a surprise either. Prediction: Gonzaga 78, USC 72 -- Boone

(11) UCLA vs. (1) Michigan

Time: 9:57 p.m. ET | Location: Lucas Oil Stadium Equality (South)
TV: TBS | Live stream: March Madness Live

Michigan has not played an NCAA Tournament game with minutes leader Isaiah Livers, who this week was ruled out for the remainder of the season. And yet ... Michigan keeps rolling. It has wing depth for days and NBA-caliber wing depth, at that, with Franz Wagner. I'm laying the points with the Wolverines here. Their defense really has not skipped a beat and I like how they match up with the Bruins' best playmakers. Prediction: Michigan 74, UCLA 65 -- Boone