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Your Saturday College Hoops Open Thread: 1.24.15

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A big time stacked day of college hoops awaits you.

Isaiah Taylor and the Longhorns host the day's best game.
Isaiah Taylor and the Longhorns host the day's best game.
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We've got 26 games with a national broadcast for you today, and that's not even close to as many as could fit into the schedule.  ESPN will be running the X Games after 8pm, ESPN2's got the Australia Open at the same time, and, because I'm an equal opportunity shouter, NBC Sports Network has 3 hours of collectible cars starting at 3pm.

Priorities, people.

As always, all times are Central, and if you have a local broadcast of an exciting game, be sure to point it out in the comments section.

Time Teams Network
11am Oklahoma State at Kansas State ESPN2
11am Tulsa at East Carolina ESPNews
11am DePaul at Xavier Fox Sports 1
11am #25 Iowa at Purdue Big Ten Network
11am Rutgers at Penn State ESPNU
11am #1 Kentucky at South Carolina ESPN
11am Charleston at Drexel NBC Sports Network
1pm #11 Kansas at #17 Texas CBS
1pm TCU at #18 West Virginia ESPNU
1pm Florida State at #15 North Carolina ESPN
1pm Arkansas at Missouri ESPN2
1pm Northeastern at William & Mary NBC Sports Network
1:15pm Illinois at Minnesota Big Ten Network
1:30pm Georgetown at Marquette Fox Sports 1
3pm #9 Iowa State at Texas Tech ESPNU
3pm Miami (FL) at Syracuse ESPN2
3pm UCLA at Oregon CBS
3pm Michigan State at Nebraska ESPN
5pm #19 Oklahoma at #21 Baylor ESPN2
5pm Houston at SMU CBS Sports Network
5pm LSU at Vanderbilt ESPNU
6pm #6 Wisconsin at Michigan ESPN
7pm Memphis at Tulane ESPNU
7pm Utah State at UNLV CBS Sports Network
9pm San Diego State at Colorado State ESPNU
11pm Arizona State at Stanford ESPNU