Duke at St. John's (7 p.m./ESPN)
Terrence Williams thinks the Johnnies roll.
Xavier at Charlotte (7 p.m./ESPN2)
Charlotte's had a rough time since the move to the A-10, but I can't help but think that they'd still beat us at least once a year if they were in the Big East.
Minnesota at Michigan (7 p.m./Big Ten Network)
I don't care if it's 65, take the under.
Maine at New Hampshire (7 p.m./NESN/ESPN FullCourt)
ESPN FullCourt works in strange and mysterious ways that I don't think any of us will ever be truly able to understand.
Western Kentucky at Arkansas-Little Rock (8 p.m./FCS Atlantic)
Probably the two best teams in the Sun Belt going at it...in bed...no, no I'm just kidding, they're going at it on a basketball court in a game of basketball.
Wisconsin at Indiana (9 p.m./ESPN)
I'm guessing this one was locked in before the season started.
Rutgers at Villanova (9 p.m./ESPN2)
Smile, Fred Hill, you're on national television.
Tennessee State at Tennessee Tech (9 p.m./ESPNU)
Are we sure this isn't a fake game being filmed for a low-budget movie? Because it sounds like it is, and I'd sure like to spare the folks at ESPNU some serious embarrassment.
St. Bonaventure at George Washington (9 p.m./MASN)
I still haven't forgiven the Bonnies for choking against UK in the 2000 tournament.
Washington State at USC (10:30 p.m./FCS Atlantic)
Tim Floyd hopes President Obama can do something about his team's three-game losing streak.
Hawai'i at Fresno State (11 p.m./ESPN2)
Forget the economy, we need to open up a national dialogue on this mysterious apostrophe in Hawaii. Is it necessary and accurate? Or is it like pronouncing the X in Mexico like the English H? Hawaiians ('ians?) themselves are obviously going to be biased, so let's go ahead and open up the floor to everyone.
Washington at UCLA (11 p.m./FSN)
The Bruins win and you've got a whole mess of teams in a virtual tie for the Pac-10 lead. This one should be worth staying up for.
San Diego at St. Mary's (11 p.m./ESPNU)
The Toreros have lost 6-of-7 and Patty Mills is out with a broken right hand. Not exactly what the folks at ESPNU were hoping for, but they kind of deserve it for the aforementioned Tech/State faux-pas.