Despite the dearth of local men's teams in the tourney, the Bay Area is still part of the tournament, hosting some pretty sweet regional games for both the Sweet 16 and the Elite Eight, including the "game of the tournament so far," the third-seeded Gonzaga Bulldogs featuring the nation's leading scoring and diabetic, Adam Morrison, going up against college basketball's blue bloods, the second-seeded UCLA Bruins. The Zags face the Woodens tonight in the nightcap game at the Oakland Arena, following the game between the number-one seed Memphis Tigers and tournament Cinderella, the Bradley Braves. Bradley, a 13-seed out of the Missouri Valley Conference has already taken down Kansas out of the Big 12 Conference and Pittsburgh from the Big East.

Bradley-Memphis tips off at 4:27 PM; Gonzaga-UCLA will probably start around 7:00 PM. Chances are you can't get a ticket (or afford one), so if you want to catch the action, tune in to CBS. The winners of tonight's games play on Saturday in the O-rena.