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TV Schedule: College Basketball Saturday Headlined By Top-25 Clashes of Ohio State-Wisconsin, Pittsburgh-Villanova and Syracuse-Louisville

We present your Arizona sports TV schedule, times and channels listed. Note: all times MST. Feel free to click on any team's name for further insight, schedules, recaps, and scores, plus an active team blog filled with like-minded fans and analysis.                 

12:00 p.m., ESPN: NCAA-B, (1) Ohio State @ (14) Wisconsin. Ohio State is trying to become the first Division I team in 35 years to have an undefeated season. With seven more wins, they will attain this feat. The Buckeyes, however, face a tough challenge tonight. The Badgers are 13-0 at home this season, and the Buckeyes have lost eight straight games at Madison. The Badgers also sport the Big Ten's best defense. Tonight's game should be close and interesting throughout.

7:00 p.m., ESPN: NBA, (4) Pittsburgh @ (10) Villanova. Pittsburgh has had a personal vendetta against Villanova since the two teams met in the 2009 NCAA Tournament (in the Elite Eight round) Villanova broke the hearts of Pittsburgh fans on a late Scottie Reynolds bucket with 0.5 seconds left to win a thrilling game 78-76. You can bet that the Panthers will seek revenge in the form of a road win at Villanova tonight.

Other fun games to check out tonight, including Kentucky-Vanderbilt, after the jump.

February 12th, 2011


10:00 a.m., ESPN: NCAA-B, (13) Syracuse @ (15) Louisville. Louisville has been overwhelmed by injuries all season, but they are finally getting healthier. The Cardinals will have sophomore starting power forward Rakeem Buckles and freshman starting center Gorgui Dieng back for this game. They will be tested by a strong Syracuse front court featuring the Big East's leading rebounder, senior forward Rick Jackson, who grabs 11.4 rebounds per game.

11:00 a.m., CBS: NCAA-B, (18) Kentucky @ (24) Vanderbilt. Kentucky and Vanderbilt are tied at second in the SEC standings with 5-4 conference records (Florida is first at 8-2). The Wildcats have struggled on the road this season with a 3-5 record, and they can gain some momentum going into the season's final stretch with a win tonight.