March Madness continues on Sunday as the No. 1-seeded Michigan State Spartans (28-7) face the No. 9-seeded Saint Louis Billikens (26-7) at Nationwide Arena in Columbus, OH in the third round.

The tip off takes place at 2:45 p.m. ET. The game will be television on CBS.

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The Spartans are coming off a thumping of LIU Brooklyn, 89-67. Head coach Tom Izzo's squad is also coming off wins over two-ranked opponets: Ohio State and Wisconsin.

Michigan State may be peaking at the right time, and have a star player in Draymond Green, who had sub par performances against Ohio State and Wisconsin, and then broke out against LIU on Friday with a triple-double.

Another Spartan who had an outburst on Friday was Adreian Payne, who scored 16 points on eight-of-11 shooting. Izzo could use that type of performance again from the sophomore big man as the tournament progresses.

In fact, Izzo may need multiple players to have strong offensive performances against a hard-nosed team like Saint Louis.

Perhaps the best defensive team in the nation, Saint Louis slowed Memphis to just 54 points on Friday, and on 38.9 percent shooting.

Kwamian Mitchell came up big in the win over Memphis. The 5'10 junior guard scored 22 points on nine-of-14 shooting, and has had 12-straight games of scoring in double digits.

Head coach Rick Majerus may need a similar performance from Mitchell, and perhaps more effort from his frontcourt, if the Billikens hope to continue their tournament run.

The winner of the game advances to the Sweet 16 and travels to Phoenix to face the winner of the Louisville - New Mexico game.

PREDICTION: Michigan State should do a better job of controlling the tempo than Memphis, and the Spartans defense should be able to contain Mitchell. Still, Saint Louis is a very smart team, and they will find a way to stick around. However, Michigan State's athleticism will likely be the difference in the second half.

PREDICTED SCORE: Michigan State over St. Louis, 66-58