THE FACEOFF: 2014 NCAA Lacrosse Tournament Quarterfinals

USA TODAY Sports

Do you need an infographic to prepare for the upcoming weekend of tournament action? Yes.

The NCAA Tournament rolls along with the quarterfinal round this weekend. After a first round filled with upsets, the bracket is scrambled with some new faces in the quarterfinal stage. All four games this weekend pit seeded teams against unseeded squads, and there's plenty of potential for Cinderella stories making it to Memorial Day Weekend.

The final stops before Baltimore are ahead, with Hofstra and Delaware hosting the quarterfinals. The bottom half of the bracket plays Saturday at Hempstead while the top half will be in Newark on Sunday. It should figure to be one fun weekend of lacrosse to watch.

THE FACEOFF is here, once again in its special NCAA Tournament format, to give you the low down. We've got a look at what occurred last weekend (lots and lots of blood) and a glimpse at what's ahead (probably more blood). We've even got some nice graphs and leaderboards for you to take a gander as well. So, let's get right to it with your quarterfinal edition of THE FACEOFF:

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(Click it to make it grow almost as high as the action. A full, updated tournament bracket can be found here.)

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