Only one is left standing.

Despite having nine teams in the NCAA Tournament this year, Michigan was the only one to survive through the weekend. The Wolverines are headed to the Sweet 16 after wins over Texas Southern and LSU while the other 13 teams from the league watch from home.

Shortly after Michigan’s 86-78 victory over LSU, the opponent, tip-off time and broadcast information was released for the Sweet 16 game next weekend. The Wolverines will play No. 4 seed Florida State on Sunday, March 28 with tip-off coming at 5 p.m. ET. Coverage is coming on CBS.

The game will be played at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.

Florida State reached the Sweet 16 after wins over UNC Greensboro and Colorado in the first two rounds of the NCAA Tournament. The Seminoles are 18-6 on the season while the Wolverines enter at 22-4.

The winner of the Michigan-Florida State game will then play the winner of UCLA-Alabama with a trip to the Final Four on the line.