Tuesday’s Elite Eight games in the men’s and women’s NCAA tournaments started slowly but ended with all sorts of drama. UCLA’s men capped the night with a close win over No. 1 seed Michigan that made the Bruins just the second team to advance from the First Four to the Final Four — and the fifth No. 11 seed to do so — and Stanford’s top-seeded women staged a remarkable turnaround from a 12-point halftime deficit to upend second-seeded Louisville, which was outscored 30-13 in the fourth quarter of what turned into a 15-point win for the Cardinal.

Before that, the top-seeded South Carolina women routed No. 6 Texas, and the 30-0 Gonzaga men showed why they were their tournament’s top overall seed in swatting aside No. 6 USC. Gonzaga and UCLA will square off in one national semifinal Saturday, while the other will feature No. 1 seed Baylor against No. 2 seed Houston. Stanford and South Carolina battle on Friday in the women’s Final Four, which will also feature top-seeded Connecticut versus No. 3 seed Arizona.

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What to know about Tuesday’s Elite Eight games