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It's Super Saturday, and The Verdict Is In: Cruz Surprised

Check back for updates as results come in throughout the evening.

12:00 A.M.

It's official -- Donald Trump has said that it's "probably time" for Marco Rubio to drop out of the race. Rubio -- not Kasich! But don't be fooled, just because Rubio had a bad night does not mean he isn't still a viable contender. This race is still undecided.

And Cruz had a great week.

The final numbers from three states are in, as well. Here they are:

Kentucky: Trump (35.9 percent) -- 16 delegates. Cruz (31.6 percent) -- 14 delegates. Rubio (16.4 percent) -- 7 delegates. Kasich (14.4 percent) -- 6 delegates. (3 delegates remaining)

Kansas: Cruz (48.2 percent) -- 24 delegates. Trump (23.3 percent) -- 9 delegates. Rubio (16.7 percent) -- 6 delegates. Kasich (10.7 percent) -- 1 delegate.

Maine: Cruz (45.9 percent) -- 12 delegates. Trump (32.6 percent) -- 9 delegates. Kasich (12.2 percent) -- 2 delegates. Rubio (8.0 percent) -- 0 delegates.

Louisiana is at 99 percent reporting: Trump (41.5 percent) -- 15 delegates. Cruz (37.8 percent) -- 14 delegates. Rubio (11.2 percent). Kasich (6.4 percent). (17 delegates remaining)

At the end of the night, Cruz has gained 64 delegates, Trump 49, Rubio 13, and Kasich 9. This brings Cruz to 295 delegates, behind Trump's 378. Of the 1,237 delegates needed to win the nomination, Trump now has 30.5 percent, Cruz has 23.8 percent, Rubio has 9.9 percent, and Kasich has 2.7 percent. It's still early, but this is really starting to look like a two-person race between Trump and Cruz.