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The Mustangs head to Tampa with the goal of completing a season sweep over the struggling Bulls. SMU defeated USF by 17 back on January 15, and it wasn't as close as the margin would otherwise indicate.
Having lost five of their last six, the Fighting Irish could use this one for their flagging tourney hopes. However, ND's high-octane offense will be tested by one of the best defensive units it's faced so far this season.
The Bears, losers of four straight and suddenly on the bubble, welcome the struggling Mountaineers to the Ferrell Center. WVU has only defeated Texas Tech and TCU in Big 12 play so far. Speaking of the Red Raiders, they will look to grab only their second road win of the season at the Octagon of Doom, where Kansas State has not lost since Opening Night.
The Red Storm may find it difficult to extend their current winning streak to four, as they face the nation's most efficient offense on its home floor.
The Spartans should again be without Adreian Payne for tonight's showdown. Without him and Branden Dawson, Michigan State may not have the horses to compete with Roy Devyn Marble and Aaron White at Carver-Hawkeye.
The Lobos make their first trip to Logan since the Aggies joined the Mountain West, though UNM shouldn't be intimidated since it's already 4-0 in league road games. Utah State has dropped three in a row, though it did take San Diego State to overtime on Saturday night.
The Tigers, the very last team in this week's bracket, can shore up its position by winning in Fayetteville. In Baton Rouge, the Bayou Bengals could use a victory over the second-place Wildcats for their unimpressive tournament profile; however, they last defeated UK in 2009.
Even though the Ramblers are fresh off a Saturday overtime win over Northern Iowa, the Shockers should shut them down and move to 22-0 tonight.