West Virginia at Pittsburgh (7 p.m./ESPN)
White, Slaton and Devine should be able to spend the second half resting and getting ready for New Orleans.
Clemson at Virginia (7 p.m./ESPN2)
Watch and weep for Sean Singletary.
George Mason at Drexel (7 p.m./ESPNU)
Drexel was so crushed by last year's NCAA Tournament snub that they decided to go ahead and make sure they had absolutely no shot at being on the bubble this March.
Rhode Island at Massachusetts (8 p.m./SNY)
Will Daniels vs. Gary Forbes. Oh yes. Oh hell yes.
Indiana at Illinois (9 p.m./ESPN)
Folks in the know are saying this could end up being nastier than Kevin Love's trip to Eugene. So naturally, you have to watch.
Xavier at St. Louis (9 p.m./ESPN2)
The Billikens are the Cincinnati of the A-10: capable of beating or losing to anyone in the conference on any given night, regardless of where the game is being played.
Murray State at Eastern Kentucky (9 p.m./ESPNU)
Who said Kentucky only has one in-state rivalry?
Oregon at Stanford (10 p.m./Comcast/ESPN Full Court)
UCLA/Wazzou is going to generate more attention, but I think this could end up being the best left coast game of the night...or it couldn't...one of the two though, definitely.
UCLA at Washington State (10:30 p.m./FSN)
The Cougs are the trendy pick despite losing three of four, but I'll say UCLA by seven. Unfortunately, 5 Star Rob has opted not to weigh in as of yet, so it's really anybody's guess.