The top-seed Kentucky Wildcats (35-2) look to fend off a pesky No. 3-seeded Baylor Bears (30-7) squad in the Elite Eight on Sunday at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta.

The tipoff takes place at about 2:20 p.m. ET. The game will be televised on CBS.

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The Wildcats are coming off a high-scoring win over Indiana on Friday. Kentucky dropped 102 points off 48.4 field-goal shooting, and 94.6 free-throw shooting.

John Calipari's squad is loaded with talent, and it was on full display in the Sweet 16 when Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Doron Lamb, and Darius Morris each went on a scoring barrage off excellent shooting.

The Wildcats haven't just defeated their opponents in the tournament -- they've annihilated them. In the past three games, Kentucky has won by a margin of 14.3 points.

The high-powered offense will be tested against a tough Baylor squad that features some talented players themselves.

The Bears edged a tough Xavier squad on Friday, 75-70. Baylor shot an outstanding 50.9 percent against a rather hard-nosed Musketeers defense.

While Kentucky boasts perhaps the most exciting starting five in the nation, the Baylor starters are also stacked with some scorers, who are beginning to get the recognition they deserve.

Perry Jones III, a probable lottery pick in the upcoming NBA Draft, is coming off a seven-for-eight performance against Xavier. Quincy Acy, who had perhaps the signature play of the tournament with a thundering dunk off an inbounds pass, shot eight-for-11 from the field, and is a force in the paint.

Then there's Brady Heslip. The sophomore guard didn't make much of an offensive impact against Xavier, but against Colorado, the sharpshooter knocked down nine-of-12 three-point shots.

The winner faces Louisville in the Final Four in New Orleans.

PREDICTION: This is clearly Kentucky's most difficult matchup, as the Wildcats will face a Bears' squad that won't be intimidated, and has played efficient basketball in the tournament. Expect a big scoring game from Anthony Davis, who has done a great deal for the Wildcats, but is due for a scoring outburst. The Bears will need get Heslip open to make the three-point shot a legitimate threat, and for Acy to stay out of foul trouble against a particularly strong Kentucky frontcourt. This game will be very close, but Kentucky should come away with the win.

PREDICTED SCORE: Kentucky over Baylor, 88-82