It's Saturday again, so that means we've got a fresh Open Thread for you to discuss the day's games in. Things kick off with College GameDay live from...
This can't be right.
Yep. ESPN is broadcasting College GameDay live from the Petersen Events Center in Pittsburgh, PA. Ok, Pitt's the host. Fine. I'm sure that their opponent is going to give them a hand in making this a slightly less depressing feature matchup.... Nope. They're playing Louisville. The teams in the feature game on ESPN tonight are a combined 2-10 in conference play. Hooboy.
Let's see what else we've got on the schedule, shall we? These are all nationally televised games with their Central Time Zone start times. If you find a regionally televised barnburner, be sure to let us all know!
Maryland at Temple, 10am, ESPNU
Alabama at #2/2 Kentucky, 11am, CBS
Purdue at #9/9 Michigan State, 11am, ESPN
Xavier at Dayton, noon, ESPN2
Villanova at St. John's, noon, ESPNU
#5/5 Missouri at #3/3 Baylor, 1pm, ESPN
#20/19 Michigan at Arkansas, 1pm, CBS
Indiana State at #19/18 Creighton, 2pm, ESPN2
Cincinnati at West Virginia, 2pm, ESPNU
Florida State at #4/4 Duke, 3pm, ESPN
#7/7 Kansas at Texas, 3pm, CBS
#13/11 Connecticut at Tennessee, 3pm, CBS (check your local listings for these last two, huh?)
Iowa State at Texas Tech, 4pm, ESPN2
Massachusetts at Richmond, 4pm, CBS Sports Network
#1/1 Syracuse at Notre Dame, 5pm, ESPN
LIU Brooklyn at Wagner, 6pm, ESPNU
#18/15 Mississippi State at Vanderbilt, 6pm, ESPN2
#6/6 Ohio State at Nebraska, 7pm, Big Ten Network
#12/10 Murray State at SIU-Edwardsville, 8pm, ESPNU
New Mexico at #14/20 UNLV, 9pm, CBS Sports Network
Long Beach State at UC-Santa Barbara, 10pm, ESPNU