March Madness schedule 2013: Oregon, Cal play in San Jose

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The HP Pavilion hosts two more tournament games on Saturday, including the Oregon Ducks and California Golden Bears.

The third round of the NCAA Tournament continues on Saturday with third-round action. The HP Pavilion in San Jose will host a pair of tournament games, including two Pac-12 teams.

The No. 12 Oregon Ducks will look to upset the No. 4 Saint Louis Billikens in the first game. The game will tip off at 4:10 p.m. PT. Oregon easily handled No. 5 Oklahoma St. Cowboys 68-55 in their second-round game, while the Bilikens ran away from New Mexico St. Aggies 64-44.

The No. 12 California Golden Bears will play in the late game, as they play the No. 4 Syracuse Orange. That game is scheduled to start at 6:40 p.m. PT. The Golden Bears pulled the upset in the second round against the No. 5 UNLV Runnin' Rebels, winning 64-61. Syracuse blew out their first-round opponent, the No. 13 Montana Grizzlies 81-34.

Check out SB Nation's March Madness Hub for all the latest news, scores and opinions on the NCAA Tournament.

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