How to Watch Marquette vs. NC State Basketball: Live Stream & TV Channel Info – NCAA Tournament Sweet 16

A Sweet 16 battle features the No. 2 seed Marquette Golden Eagles (27-9) taking the court against the No. 11 seed NC State Wolfpack (24-14) on Friday at American Airlines Center. This NCAA Tournament contest tips at 7:09 PM, with the winner moving on to the South Regional final.

You’ll want to head to CBS for the upcoming game that pits the Golden Eagles against the Wolfpack.

Golden Eagles vs. Wolfpack Game Info

  • Date: Friday, March 29, 2024
  • Time: 7:09 PM ET
  • TV: CBS
  • Live Stream: Stream NCAA men’s basketball on Paramount Plus and Hulu + Live TV
  • Where: Dallas, Texas
  • Venue: American Airlines Center

Golden Eagles Insights

  • On offense, Marquette is putting up 78.6 points per game (59th-ranked in college basketball). It is giving up 69.9 points per contest at the other end of the court (108th-ranked).
  • With 32.7 boards per game, the Golden Eagles are 319th in the country. They give up 35.7 rebounds per contest, which ranks 229th in college basketball.
  • This year, Marquette ranks 29th in college basketball in assists, averaging 16.1 per game.
  • So far this year, the Golden Eagles are committing 9.8 turnovers per game (53rd-ranked in college basketball) and forcing 13.6 turnovers per contest (33rd-ranked).
  • Marquette is sinking 9 treys per game (38th-ranked in college basketball) this season, while owning a 36% three-point percentage (69th-ranked).
  • This year, the Golden Eagles are giving up 8.4 threes per game (304th-ranked in college basketball) and are allowing opposing teams to shoot 33.6% (179th-ranked) from beyond the arc.
  • When it comes to shot breakdown, Marquette has taken 59.2% two-pointers (accounting for 69.5% of the team’s buckets) and 40.8% from beyond the arc (30.5%).

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Wolfpack Insights

  • In 2023-24, NC State is 92nd in college basketball on offense (76.5 points scored per game) and 203rd defensively (72.6 points conceded).
  • On the glass, the Wolfpack are 176th in the nation in rebounds (35.3 per game). They are 243rd in rebounds allowed (35.9 per game).
  • At 12.9 assists per game, NC State is 188th in the nation.
  • In terms of turnovers, the Wolfpack are 22nd-best in the country in committing them (9.2 per game). They are 170th in forcing them (11.3 per game).
  • At 7.1 made 3-pointers per game and shooting 34.7% from downtown, NC State is 219th and 139th in college basketball, respectively, in those categories.
  • In 2023-24, the Wolfpack are 174th in the country in 3-pointers allowed (7.3 per game) and 234th in defensive 3-point percentage (34.3%).
  • NC State attempts 33.4% percent of its shots from behind the 3-point line, and 66.6% percent from inside it. In terms of makes, 25.7% of NC State’s baskets are 3-pointers, and 74.3% are 2-pointers.

Golden Eagles Leaders

  • The scoring leader for the Golden Eagles this season is Kam Jones, who averages 17.1 points, 2.9 rebounds, and 2.5 assists per game.
  • Oso Ighodaro leads Marquette in rebounding, averaging 6.8 per game, while Tyler Kolek leads the team in assists, distributing an average of 7.9 in each contest.
  • Jones leads the Golden Eagles in three-point shooting, knocking down an average of 2.6 shots per game from beyond the arc.
  • Stevie Mitchell is Marquette’s leader in steals, averaging 1.9 steals per game, while Ighodaro leads them in blocks with 1.3 per contest.

Wolfpack Leaders

  • DJ Horne sits at the top of the Wolfpack scoring leaderboard with 16.7 points per game. He also grabs 3.4 rebounds and averages 2.2 assists per game.
  • The NC State leaders in rebounding and assists are Mohamed Diarra with 7.7 rebounds per game (he also adds 6.4 points and 0.6 assists per game) and Michael O’Connell with 3.1 assists per game (he also tacks on 5.7 points and 3.3 rebounds per game).
  • Horne is reliable from distance and leads the Wolfpack with 2.6 made threes per game.
  • Horne (1.3 steals per game) is the steal leader for NC State while Diarra (1.1 blocks per game) is the block leader.
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