All TV information from Matt's College Sports on TV Website.
Longwood visits the quasi-Mighty Gators tonight (Full Court/SUN Sports, 7 EST), but there are a few other interesting matchups I'll be paying attention to this evening. (I may even watch some of the Orange women against Rutgers, CBSCS, 7 EST). UConn-West Virginia won't be on the list since Comcrap still doesn't offer ESPNU, and the mighty MVC combo of Illinois State-Bradley and Creighton-Northern Iowa isn't on the list as the Valley's television package is, again, inadequate. Miami U at Dayton is on locally in Ohio, again, no help to me. And what's up with the Mtn. not pawning off games involving Southern teams to Vs. or CBS College Sports? No LSU-Utah for me either.
Ohio State-Michigan State (ESPN2, 7 EST) and Penn State-Purdue (BTN, 9 EST) - Do I really have to? Haven't we been subjected to Buckeye athletics enough over the past 24 hours? The Bucks need a road win after falling in Minneapolis Saturday. I am curious to see how the suddenly competitive Nittany Lions do against a shorthanded Boiler squad.
Georgia-Georgia Tech (Full Court/NESN/FS South, 7 EST) - Seriously, NESN. Just because BC is in the ACC now doesn't mean you need to subject New England to this game. Georgia is awful. Tech should win this easily, but it's a rivalry game. All bets are off.
Villanova-Seton Hall (Full Court/MASN/MSG, 8 EST) - The Wildcats try to win on the road. The Pirates need to start winning conference games to ensure wins over Xavier and Va. Tech in Puerto Rico mean something later on.
Siena-Kansas (Full Court, 8 EST) - The Sisyphus squad of Albany again tries to claim a big-name scalp on the road.
Texas-Arkansas (ESPN2, 9 EST) - Big game for the Razorbacks. I have them just outside of the bracket, even after their win over OU one week ago. Tonight, the other Big 12 South power visits Bud Walton Arena. If the Hogs pull this off or are close, they should be on the right side of the bubble next week. There are wins to be had in the SEC this year.
Alabama-Clemson (Full Court/SUN Sports/FS South, 9 EST) - The Tigers seek revenge for the hammering their football counterparts took at the hands of the Crimson Tide back in August. Maybe not. But they are looking to remain unbeaten, while the Tide look for a second straight ACC scalp, and a higher-profile one than Georgia Tech.