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Your Saturday College Basketball Open Thread: 2/21/15

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A quiet Saturday of college basketball action is still a day full of college basketball action.

God bless Juwan Staten.
God bless Juwan Staten.
Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

The biggest game of the day is between two teams barely in the top 25 when West Virginia travels to Oklahoma State.  That's the only game between two ranked teams with a national broadcast today.  While that doesn't sound super exciting, it is the first game for the Mountaineers since they upset Kansas (KenPom had it 55% for the Jayhawks), so we'll see if they can build some momentum off of that.

There's 14 ranked teams in action today across the board of nationally televised games, and there's four more ranked teams sneaking around amongst other broadcasts, too.  If you find one of those games burning it up or even a game with non-ranked teams, be sure to tell everyone how to watch it in the comments section.

Time Game Network
10am South Florida at East Carolina ESPNU
11am #17 Oklahoma at Texas Tech ESPNews
11am Seton Hall at St. John's Fox
11am Minnesota at #5 Wisconsin ESPN
11am Massachusetts at #25 VCU ESPN2
12pm Kansas State at #20 Baylor ESPNU
12pm Florida at LSU CBS
1pm #14 Iowa State at Texas ESPN2
1pm #23 West Virginia at #22 Oklahoma State ESPNews
1pm Miami (FL) at #12 Louisville ESPN
1pm Dayton at Duquesne NBC Sports Net
1pm Austin Peay at Murray State CBS Sports Net
1:30pm #6 Villanova at Marquette Fox
2pm Penn State at Northwestern ESPNU
3pm TCU at #8 Kansas ESPN2
3pm Clemson at #4 Duke ESPN
3pm Drexel at Northeastern NBC Sports Net
3pm George Washington at Richmond CBS Sports Net
5pm Virginia Tech at NC State ESPN2
5pm UNLV at New Mexico CBS Sports Net
6pm Auburn at #1 Kentucky ESPN
6:30pm Tennessee at Mississippi ESPNU
7pm DePaul at Georgetown CBS Sports Net
7pm Georgia at Alabama ESPN2
8pm UCLA at #7 Arizona ESPN
8:30pm Cincinnati at Houston ESPNU
9pm #3 Gonzaga at Saint Mary's ESPN2