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Your Saturday College Basketball Open Thread: 1/3/15

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With the wide majority of college football behind us, we've got lots of college basketball on the airwaves today.

Yep, Baylor in the best game of the day. Go figure, huh?
Yep, Baylor in the best game of the day. Go figure, huh?
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We aren't completely free of college football, though.  ESPN's running the "Birmingham Bowl," which appears to not have a sponsor, and features the powerhouses of East Carolina and Florida.

ESPN2 is going to waste time today with two hours of SportsCenter in the middle of the afternoon for no apparent reason, too.  I don't know about you, but I sure am glad that my favorite team's chances of getting on national TV aren't tied to these nutbirds.

In any case, we've got 24 games with a national broadcast today, including a battle of two ranked teams when Baylor heads to Oklahoma.  If you see anything that catches your eye that's not on this list, be sure to mention how you're watching it in the comments below.

Time Teams Network
10am SMU at Cincinnati ESPN2
11am #6 Villanova at Seton Hall Fox Sports 1
11am Minnesota at #12 Maryland Big Ten Network
11am Kansas State at Oklahoma State ESPNU
12pm Duquesne at Dayton NBC Sports Net
1pm #11 Texas at Texas Tech ESPNU
1pm Connecticut at Florida CBS
1pm Xavier at DePaul Fox Sports 1
1pm George Washington at Saint Joseph's CBS Sports Net
1:15pm Michigan at Purdue Big Ten Network
2pm Rhode Island at Saint Louis NBC Sports Net
2:30pm Illinois at #20 Ohio State ESPN2
3pm Butler at #15 St. John's CBS Sports Net
3pm #22 Baylor at #18 Oklahoma ESPNU
3:30pm Creighton at #25 Georgetown Fox Sports 1
4pm Richmond at Davidson NBC Sports Net
4:30pm #3 Virginia at Miami (FL) ESPN2
5pm Tulane at Memphis ESPNU
6:30pm Penn State at Rutgers ESPN2
7pm #24 Colorado State at New Mexico CBS Sports Net
7pm Oregon State at Oregon ESPNU
7:15pm #19 North Carolina at Clemson ESPN
8:30pm #7 Gonzaga at Portland ESPN2
9pm San Diego State at Fresno State ESPNU