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What to watch: 2/5/09


Vanderbilt at Alabama (7 p.m./ESPN)

Anyone remember that stomping the Tide gave us circa 2000 when Rod Grizzard and company ended up with like half of the plays on SportsCenter's top 10? Yeah, that was less than cool.

Temple at Xavier (7 p.m./ESPN2)

Temple's like 'Sconsin in that they're always going to be tough at home uh, on the road, but I'll take the X-men to stay unbeaten in the A-14.

Georgia Tech at Florida State (7 p.m./ESPNU)

I think Florida State's been on the bubble every year of my entire life. I'm four, by the way.

Penn State at Michigan (7 p.m./Big Ten Network)

For the love of god, someone get the Nittany Lions off the Big Ten Network.

Quinnipiac at Sacred Heart (7 p.m./FCS Atlantic/MSG)

Taking on a Division-I men's team should be a tall task for the Valkyries.

It never gets old.

Butler at Detroit (8 p.m./FCS Atlantic)

Wondering how FCS Atlantic can carry a game at seven and eight? Repeat to yourself "it's just a show, I should really just relax."

Western Kentucky at Louisiana Monroe (8 p.m./FCS Atlantic)

OK, now I'm interested.

Arizona at Oregon State (8:30 p.m./FSN)

If 'Zona's going to keep its NCAA Tourney streak alive, then the time to make a move is officially upon it.

Illinois at Wisconsin (9 p.m./ESPN)

Step 1: Wisconsin beats Illinois at home. Step 2: They win a few more games and finish the season with a respectable conference record. Step 3: Everyone given a chance to speak on national television refers to the Badgers as a "sleeper team" in the Big Ten Tournament. Step 4: They lose in the first round of said tournament.

St. John's at Seton Hall (9 p.m./ESPN2)

All the makings of a 12/13 matchup on the first day of the Big East Tournament.

UT-Martin at Austin Peay (9 p.m./ESPNU)


Arizona State at Oregon (10:30 p.m./FSN)

I wish I had James Harden's body, talent and financial prospects.

Gonzaga at Portland (11 p.m./ESPN2)

If Portland wins, well, technically Gonzaga will stay in first place of the WCC and nothing will really change, but both will have one conference loss. So, yeah, this is big.