Liberty vs. VMI (Big South Semifinals) (6 p.m./ESPNU)
It's Steph Curry's high-scoring little brother facing off against the most offensively prolific team in the country. This one has the potential to be as entertaining as any mid-major game you'll see over the next 11 days.
Tennessee at South Carolina (7 p.m./ESPN)
I said it's Steph Curry's high-scoring little brother facing off against the most offensively prolific team in the country.
Providence at Villanova (7 p.m./ESPN2)
This one affects who we might see on Thursday. I'm not exactly sure how, but I have no doubt that Phauz does.
St. Joseph's at Temple (7 p.m./CBS College Sports)
I hope CBS is using this channel to work out some kinks because the pre-tourney coverage on the flagship station has been even more atrocious than usual.
Radford vs. UNC-Asheville (Big South Semifinals) (8 p.m./ESPNU)
If Kenny George were healthy then this might have been as watchable as the first semi.
Illinois at Penn State (9 p.m./ESPN)
Are these teams really better than we thought, or is the Big Ten just a lot worse than we thought? I don't care as long as one of them beats Michigan State in Indianapolis.
Dayton at Xavier (9 p.m./ESPN2)
The Flyers haven't swept Xavier since the discovery of fire, but an upset tonight would likely wrap up an at-large bid.
Lipscomb vs. Campbell (Atlantic Sun Quarterfinals) (9:30 p.m./CSS/ESPN FullCourt)
You're allowed to pass over this one.
Louisiana Tech at Idaho (10 p.m./MASN/ESPN FullCourt)
I'd rather not.
California at Arizona (10:30 p.m./FSN)
Is anyone keeping track of who the bubble teams are and aren't in the Pac-10? Are any of these teams good? Where the hell am I?