The Latest: 1 vs 2 for spot Final Four

North Carolina coach Roy Williams and players react during the second half of the team's college basketball game against Indiana in the regional semifinals of the men's NCAA Tournament, early Saturday, March 26, 2016, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)
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The Final Four could end up all 1s.

The Elite Eight begins out West, with top-seeded Oregon trying to become the first of four one seeds to make the Final Four. The Ducks face player of the year candidate Buddy Hield and No. 2 Oklahoma in Anaheim, California. Oregon has not been to a Final Four since winning the first NCAA Tournament in 1939.

The first game of the night is scheduled to tip off at 6:09 p.m.

The nightcap is another 1 vs 2 matchup, with maybe the most impressive teams of the tournament so far. Top overall seed Kansas and second-seeded Villanova play in the South regional final at Louisville, Kentucky.

The winners are off to Houston for next week's Final Four.

On Sunday, two more one seeds – North Carolina and Virginia – will play. The only time all one seeds played in the Final Four was 2008.