College sports sure do love giving names to things. "Rivalry week", "bracket buster weekend", "improper benefits," I could go on, but lets just chat about the games down in the comments, huh?
Marquette at UConn gets us started on ESPN, while Wichita State at Davidson and Louisville at DePaul can be seen on ESPN2 and ESPN3, respectively.
Depending on where you are you'll either get UNLV at New Mexico or UCLA at St. John's on CBS. Florida State at N.C. State and Maryland at Virginia will be on ESPN3. Tennessee at Alabama (1:30 p.m.), Kansas State at Baylor (1:45 p.m.), Oklahoma at Iowa State (1:45 p.m.) and LSU at South Carolina 1:45 p.m.) also can be found on ESPN3.
Missouri at Texas A&M is on ESPN Akron at Oral Roberts is on ESPN2. Georgia Tech at Virginia Tech and Western Carolina at Elon both tip off at 3:00 p.m. on ESPN3.
There are a boatload of games at four. Highlights include: Ole Miss at Kentucky on ESPN3, Clemson at North Carolina on ESPN and Nevada at Iona on ESPN2.
St. Mary's at Murray State is on ESPN and Florida at Arkansas will apparently be on one of the three ESPN's. Georgetown at Providence will be on ESPN3 at 7:00 p.m.
Texas Tech at Kansas and Mississippi State at Auburn can be found on ESPN3 while Gonzaga at San Francisco and Arizona State at Washington State will be shown on ROOT sports. Western Kentucky at South Alabama is on Fox College Sports (8:05 p.m.)
Ohio State at Michigan is on ESPN and Notre Dame at Villanova is on ESPNU/ESPN3. Wyoming at Colorado State is on the Mountain West Network and U.C. Santa Barbara at Utah State is on ESPN3 (9:05 p.m.) Long Beach State at Creighton is on ESPN2 at 10 p.m.