Half the men's Final Four was set on Monday night, as the Houston Cougars and Baylor Bears kept their national championship hopes intact. Now it's on to Tuesday's NCAA tournament matchups, with the top overall seed Gonzaga Bulldogs and an increasingly impressive USC Trojans squad starting things off, and the resilient Michigan Wolverines and upstart No. 11 seed UCLA Bruins following. ESPN.com's college basketball team of Myron Medcalf, Jeff Borzello, John Gasaway and Joe Lunardi discussed what they expect of Tuesday's matchups, including their players to watch from a contest rich in projected future NBA talent, while also taking a peek ahead at this weekend's national semifinals.

Can Houston -- which has taken down a No. 10, a No. 11, a No. 12 and a No. 15 seed on the way to its first Final Four since 1984 -- answer the remaining doubts about its viability in competing for a national championship? Can Baylor make the most of its first Final Four opportunity since 1950? Our team answered those March Madness questions and more as a field now standing at six teams is set to be reduced to four on Tuesday night. Follow this link for Tuesday's NCAA tournament tip times, and visit here to check your March Madness bracket or second-chance March Madness bracket.