Michigan State at Michigan (7 p.m./ESPN)
The Wolverines have a shot at the upset and a signature win if Manny Harris shows no ill-effects from his latest suspension and Tate Forcier can take care of the ball.
Clemson at Boston College (7 p.m./ESPN2)
If Clemson snaps its two-game skid it will have to have done so without the services of second-leading scorer Demontez Stitt, who is out with a foot injury.
Miami at Maryland (7 p.m./ESPNU)
Two teams on compeltely opposite ends of the momentum spectrum.
Kansas State at Baylor (8 p.m./FSN Regional)
Baylor is insanely fun to watch. I find Frank Martin less enjoyable.
West Virginia at Depaul (8:30 p.m./MASN/SNY/Big East Network)
Depaul is not as good as West Virginia.
Kentucky at South Carolina (9 p.m./ESPN)
I said before the season that Kentucky would lose one SEC game and that it would come at the hands of the Devan Downeys. I also said Syracuse would finish eighth in the Big East.
Rutgers at Marquette (9 p.m./ESPNU)
If Marquette still manages to lose this one by less than five then I'll start to get freaked out.
Northwestern at Minnesota (9 p.m./Big Ten Network)
North Carolina at North Carolina State (9 p.m./Raycom)
Not as cool as you'd think.
Seattle at Washington (10 p.m./FSN)
The Redhawks would probably win the Pac-10.
Air Force at UNLV (10:30 p.m./The Mountan)
It felt so nice to end yesterday's post without a game on The Mountain.