Illinois at Penn State (6:30 p.m./Big Ten Network)
There are zero other sporting events on, so watch, I guess.
Notre Dame at Villanova (7 p.m./ESPN)
A huge game for both the Irish and the Big East Player of the Year race.
Vanderbilt at Tennessee (7 p.m./ESPNU)
Is this "Rivalry Week" or is that the next three weeks?
Georgia at Florida (7 p.m./CSS/ESPN FullCourt)
The world's most scarcely attended cocktail party.
Connecticut at Providence (7 p.m./SNY/MASN)
Talk is already circling that the final Big East bid will come out of the quartet of Louisville, Cincinnati, Seton Hall and Providence. Go Huskies? Is it that time yet?
Texas A&M at Oklahoma State (7:30 p.m./ESPN2)
Such a big game I could find absolutely no information on it after looking for 20 seconds.
Memphis at Marshall (8 p.m./CBS College Sports)
Marshall is 15-4 but lost to West Virginia and UAB in its last two outings. That wasn't funny.
TCU at Colorado State (8 p.m./The Mountain)
You know what I hate most about The Mountain? The fact that it makes me actually type out "The Mountain."
Ohio State at Iowa (8:30 p.m./Big Ten Network)
I'm on a hot prediction streak in these posts, so here's one for tonight: Turner goes for at least 30.
Florida State at Duke (9 p.m./ESPN)
A rematch of last year's ACC title game, which means absolutely nothing.
Iowa State at Oklahoma (9 p.m./MASN)
I'd prefer not to.
BYU at New Mexico (10 p.m./The Mountain)
BYU finally gets a test. They'll win and people will talk about how maybe they actually are one of the ten best teams in the country, when the reality will remain that they are absolutely not.