Mar 17, 2012; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Ohio State Buckeyes forward Jared Sullinger (0) reacts on the bench against the Gonzaga Bulldogs during the first half in the third round of the 2012 NCAA men's basketball tournament at the CONSOL Energy Center. Ohio State won 73-66. Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-US PRESSWIRE
Now that the NCAA Tournament is winding down, fewer teams meaning that there's few games, there's fewer things to watch in sports. However that doesn't mean there isn't something for everyone.
PGA Tour Golf: Arnold Palmer Invitation (2:30 PM, NBC)
After shooting a 65 in the second round, Tiger Woods is tied with Charlie Wi at the top of the leaderboard at the Arnold Palmer Invitation, with a $6 million purse at Bay Hill.
Women's NCAA Tournament: Baylor vs. Georgia Tech (2:30 PM, ESPN)
No. 1 Baylor and Brittney Griner, only the second woman to dunk in an NCAA tournament game, are dominating their opponents, but No. 4 Georgia Tech is no push-over. Today starts the women's sweet-16 portion of the tournament.
NCAA Tournament: Florida vs. Louisville (4:20 PM, CBS)
No. 4 Louisville dispatched No. 1 Michigan State on Thursday by 13 points while No. 7 Florida beat No. 3 Marquette by ten. The winner of this game will be the first team headed to the Final Four.
Horse Racing: Spiral Stakes (5 PM, NBC Sports)
There are those that like horse racing that will probably watch this, with a $500,000 purse. Other than that, I've got nothing.
NASCAR Nationwide Series: Royal Purple 300 (5:30 PM, ESPN)
John Jackson and Tim Schendel are on the front row for the Nationwide race Auto Club Speedway in Fontana. Elliot Sadler, who rolls off 27th, holds a commanding 25-point lead already through four races.
NCAA Tournament: Ohio State vs. Syracuse (6:55 PM, CBS)
Though the Cincinnati Bearcats made a run and took an eventual lead on Thursday, the Ohio State Buckeyes pulled away in the end with a 15-point victory. No. 1 Syracuse escaped with a one-point win over the boring No. 4 Wisconsin. The winner will be the second team in the Final Four this year.