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The Huskies and Mustangs should pick up necessary home wins against a pair of squads who are a combined 0-5 in AAC road games.
Clemson Tigers (13-4, 4-1) at Pittsburgh Panthers (16-2, 4-1), 8 p.m. (ACC Network Regional*/ESPN3)
Notre Dame Fighting Irish (11-7, 2-3) at Florida State Seminoles (12-5, 3-2), 8 p.m. (ACC Network Regional*/ESPN3)
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (10-8, 1-4) at Boston College Eagles (5-13, 1-4), 9 p.m. (ESPNU)
It's a shame that one of the two ACC Network games isn't on ESPNU in place of Georgia Tech-BC. Clemson can take a big step toward next week's bracket with a win at Pitt. (Keep in mind, they'll have a great chance to win in Chapel Hill for the first time ever on Sunday night.) In Tallahassee, Notre Dame can get itself to .500 in the league, while picking up a quality win, if it can score on Florida State's defense.
Last night: Virginia (14-5. 5-1) knocked North Carolina (11-7) to 1-4 in the ACC with a 15-point win in Charlottesville, while N.C. State (12-7, 2-4) overhauled an 11-point Maryland (11-8, 3-3) advantage to beat the Terps in Raleigh.
The Wildcats, winners of two in a row, will attempt to end the surging Longhorns' three-game streak, which would keep them in sole possession of second place in the Big 12 until at least the weekend.
On Saturday, the Bulldogs finally picked up a Big East win, thanks to a huge overtime period against Marquette. They'll look to start a streak against a Providence team that's fresh off an impressive shock win over Creighton.
Last night: On the topic of the Bluejays (16-3, 6-1), they showed no ill effects from Saturday's loss as they unleashed a three-point barrage (which looks, but sadly doesn't sound, curiously like "Wragge") to send Villanova (16-2, 5-1) to its first Big East loss. At the other end of the at-large pool, Georgetown (11-7, 3-4) dropped its third straight and second in a row at home, falling to Marquette (11-8, 3-3) after overtime. Earlier in the day, Xavier (15-4, 5-1) dropped DePaul (10-10. 2-5) to move within a half-game of Creighton in the standings.
The Spartans can set up their half of a clash for first place on Saturday night, when Michigan visits the Breslin Center, by toppling Indiana there tonight. Meanwhile, the Hoosiers will look to sandwich Saturday's bad loss to Northwestern between a pair of Tuesday upsets. Speaking of the Wildcats, they enter tonight's game against the Boilermakers, a moving up in the bubble world, as surprise winners of two of their last three.
A win over the Lobos at the Pit would do wonders for the Broncos' profile, which currently features just one Top 100 win -- Saturday's win over Utah State. A quality win wouldn't hurt the Lobos' case either, especially since there aren't as many opportunities in this season's Mountain West as the 2013 version provided.
Missouri can match its 2013 SEC road win total with a victory over LSU this evening in Baton Rouge, while the Aggies will likely struggle to bounce back from an overtime loss at Mississippi State -- one that cost it a share of first place -- at Rupp Arena.