Watch Auburn vs. Clemson online: 2018 NCAA Tournament live stream, updates, date, time

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It'll be a Tigers-on-Tigers matchup Sunday when No. 4 seed Auburn meets No. 5 seed Clemson in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Loser keeps its mascot, but heads home. Winner goes to the Sweet 16. The stakes are high for two teams that have been the surprise success stories of their respective conferences.

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About No. 4 seed Auburn

Auburn needed every bit of 40 minutes to outlast No. 13 seed Charleston in the first round, 62-58. The Tigers are getting quality production from Mustapha Heron and Desean Murray, as both combined for 27 points in the Friday win, but they will need Bryce Brown to return to form if they want to knock off Clemson. Brown finished with 10 points on 3 of 11 shooting.

About No. 5 seed Clemson

Shelton Mitchell and Gabe Devoe combined for 45 points in an impressive win over No. 12 New Mexico State. The Tigers lost their star, Donte Grantham, to an ACL injury earlier this season. But it's no fluke that this team is still proving it can go. Brad Brownell's team has the goods to move into the Sweet 16 if they play up to their potential.

So which side of Clemson vs. Auburn do you need to be all over? Visit SportsLine now to get a strong pick from data scientist Stephen Oh, who's nailed his last four picks involving Clemson.

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