Wisconsin at Purdue (7 p.m./ESPN)
A huge game in the race to finish directly behind Michigan State.
Seton Hall at South Florida (7 p.m./ESPN2)
ESPN2? Really? All right, your world.
St. John's at Pittsburgh (7 p.m./ESPNU)
Well, at least your still one of the hottest topics in the league, Pitt.
Duquesne at Xavier (7 p.m./CBS College Sports)
I guess Memphis isn't playing tonight.
Georgia State at Old Dominion (7 p.m./MASN/ESPN Plus)
I really, really, really hope the Colonial quarters and semis are televised somewhere. There are at least five teams in this league capable of winning a game in the NCAA Tournament.
North Texas at Western Kentucky (8 p.m./FCS)
The 'Tops have dropped four straight after a 4-0 start in The Belt.
USC at Oregon State (8:30 p.m./FSN)
OH. MY. GOD. The nickname of one of these teams is BEAVERS, and the other is TROJANS. HOLY. SHIT. Somebody should make a joke about that. Somebody should make a joke about that right now.
Mississippi State at Arkansas (9 p.m./ESPN)
Not your fault, Pelph. You did the right thing and you'll do well at your next gig.
Ole Miss at Auburn (9 p.m./ESPNU)
Ole Miss has lower-seeded team getting massacred in the first round of the dance written all over them.
UCLA at Oregon (10:30 p.m./FSN)
Left coasters should be thankful for the east coast bias, because the Pac-10 is awful, it's unbelievably awful, and that fact hasn't received nearly enough attention thus far this year.
Gonzaga at Santa Clara (11 p.m./ESPN)
There's no reason for Santa Clara to not be this non-competitive in the WCC. Steve Nash, for God's sake. Throw it out there.
Portland at San Francisco (11 p.m./ESPNU)
WCC'ers apparently hate this TV deal, and I still have no idea why. I mean I'm typing a sentence about a Portland/San Francisco college basketball game. I just did it.