March Madness continues on Sunday as the No. 1-seeded North Carolina Tar Heels (30-5) face the No. 8-seeded Creighton Bluejays (29-5) at Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, NC, in the third round.

The tip off takes place at 5:15 p.m. ET. The game will be television on CBS.

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The Tar Heels will be playing before a pro-UNC crowd in Greensboro, but in the same arena on Friday, they didn't run away with the win over No. 16-seed Vermont until about midway through the second half.

Forward John Henson, who sat out the game against Vermont, will be a game-time decision, though he said his sprained left wrist is feeling better.

With Henson, the Tar Heels have perhaps the best frontcourt in college basketball. Senior big man Tyler Zeller scored 17 ponts, and grabbed 15 rebounds against Vermont, and also blocked four shots. Harrison Barnes also added 14 wins and six boards.

Roy Williams will hope for better production from guard Reggie Bullock, who has converted just five shots in 25 attempts in the past three games. Kendall Marshall, however, has scored in double digits in the last five games.

North Carolina will need to pay tough defense against a high-scoring Creighton squad, which averages 79 points and leads the country in shooting at 50.7 percent.

The Bluejays are led by Doug McDermott, a 6'7 forward who is capable of huge scoring outbursts. The sophomore is averaging 23 points and 8.2 rebounds per game this season, and shooting nearly 61 percent from the field.

Creighton knocked off Alabama in a tight game, in which they overcame an 11-point deficit. The Bluejays will need to be more efficient at the free-throw line against North Carolina than they were in the second round. Head coach Greg McDermott's squad converted just five-of-13 shots from the stripe.

The winner of the game advances to the Sweet 16 and travels to St. Louis to face the winner of the South Florida - Ohio game.

PREDICTION: This will be a very competitive match despite the Tar Heels having a location advantage. Should Henson play, and be effective, the Heels should pull away. But Creighton will likely be on a high after their win over Alabama, and are due to knock down some outside shots. Expect North Carolina to win the rebounding battle, and for a strong finish.

PREDICTED SCORE: North Carolina over Creighton, 71-62