College basketball picks: 2019 March Madness bracket expert predictions for second round Sunday
Against-the-spread and straight up picks as the second round of the 2019 NCAA Tournament continues
The first weekend of the 2019 NCAA Tournament is about to wrap up. After eight teams punched their tickets to the Sweet 16 on Saturday, eight more will do the same on Sunday with some great matchups set to take place. Three No. 1 seeds are in action in Duke, North Carolina and Virginia. The Blue Devils and Zion Williamson face off against one of their most formidable opponents yet in 7-foot-6 Tacko Fall and UCF.
Plus, at least one Cinderella will make its way to the second round when No. 12 seed Oregon takes on No. 13 seed UC Irvine, while another No. 12 seed (Liberty) will look to pull the upset on No. 4 seed Virginia Tech.
You will have the opportunity to increase your lead -- or catch up -- in your bracket pool and cash some tickets along the way on Sunday. Our CBS Sports experts have picked all eight games, both against the spread and straight up so you can get started on the road to the March of your dreams. If you're looking for a full March Madness schedule with tip times, TV assignments and live streaming options, . No more wasting time -- let's get to it!
(2) Tennessee vs. (10) Iowa
(9) Washington vs. (1) UNC
(9) UCF vs. (1) Duke
(6) Buffalo vs. (3) Texas Tech
So which teams advance today? And which schools will ruin your bracket? Visit SportsLine now to get college basketball picks for every game from Vegas insiders and an advanced computer model, and find out!
(12) Liberty vs. (4) Virginia Tech
(9) Oklahoma vs. (1) Virginia
(11) Ohio State vs. (3) Houston
(13) UC Irvine vs. (12) Oregon
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