Sorry for being brutally honest here, but I am seeing the same things over and over and just would like to say something. Sorry for those of you I piss off, but this needed to be said.
For everyone who keeps asking about what Riot will do with the evidence in regards to TSM/AZF... You do realize the result will probably depend on what information they find? If they decide there was no cheating-- no action would be taken. If they decide there was a chance of cheating, but it can't be confirmed with what all they have- they may redo them, they may let them go. If they decide their was cheating, they could redo the matches, penalize AZF, or flatly DQ them. Once they have gone through all their 'evidence' in regards to the matter in question, they will announce the action that will (or won't) be taken. Let them focus on the task at hand and quit badgering them with questions they very well may be unable to answer at this point in time. They will announce it hopefully by Wednesday.
And for all those QQ'ing about the time being bad for them. The players are currently in LA, California.
The best time the venue could do is 5 pm (as was stated). Do you really want the players starting at oh, midnight or 1 am because that's what benefits YOU to watch the games live? Or do you want your favorite players and teams well-rested and well-prepared for the matches by playing at a reasonable hour for the time zone they will be playing in? I understand that the time is not ideal for all viewers; the players understand that the time isn't the most optimal for their fans either. Fans are important, yes, but without the players this tournament wouldn't exist. Ask yourself what is best for the players before complaining about what is best for yourself and your work/school schedules. No matter what time they start, someone would have a bad time to watch live. Your options would basically be watching tired, ill-rested players gaming at an hour that benefits you, OR, as it stands now, you can watch well-rested, prepared players by either jeopardizing your own sleep/work schedules by watching it live, or accepting that this is the best that could be done in the situation and treat the posted replays as live viewings at a time that IS convenient for you.
Riot has a LOT going on right now with having to reschedule and plan the final playoff matches, look into and address all accusations of cheating, and prepare for the World Championship Finals this weekend. They are doing their best. They are providing answers as soon as they have enough information to do so. (That's better than not answering at all.) They are stressed enough and probably still kicking themselves over what happened on Day 3. Please respect their continued hardwork thus far and give them a break.
Hang in there, Riot. You will get through this alive!