Maryland at Duke (7 p.m./ESPN)
Screw the spread, the real bet here is Greg Paulus flops vs. Greivis Vasquez turnovers.
St. John's at Cincinnati (7 p.m./ESPN2)
A St. John's win means that UC will have beaten Louisville, Pitt, West Virginia and Syracuse, but been swept by the Red Storm.
Notre Dame at Connecticut (7 p.m./ESPNU)
Just in case you hadn't decided who you were going to root for, here's Uconn's remaining schedule after tonight:
At South Florida
vs. West Virginia
Wisconsin at Indiana (7 p.m./Big Ten Network)
After last week's debacle at Illinois, it has to be refreshing for the Hoosiers to come into a huge conference tilt without any significant outside distractions.
Syracuse at South Florida (7 p.m./SNY/ESPN Plus)
No room to slip up for the bubble-bound Boeheims.
Davidson at UNC-Greensboro (7 p.m./MASN)
Again, if everything else is on commercial and you have this channel, you must watch for at least 45 seconds. Stephen Curry is like basketball crack.
James Madison at VCU (8 p.m./CSS)
The Dukes already upset George Mason, and will look to knock off the other CAA power this evening.
Arkansas at Tennessee (8 p.m./FSN South/Raycom)
Patrick Beverley hawking Chris Lofton is worth watching.
Troy at Western Kentucky (8 p.m./FCS Atlantic)
Courtney Lee. If you don't know the name right now, you will in a month.
Kansas State at Texas Tech (9 p.m./ESPN2)
If Pat Knight snatches his first upset then expect to hear way more about it than you probably should.
Houston at Memphis (9 p.m./CSTV)
Sadly, this might be the second best shot we have to see Memphis State knocked off before the dance.