A No. 3 seed in the NCAA Tournament is a viable goal for 16th-ranked Louisville but it might need to knock off fourth-ranked Pitt in the Yum Center to stay in the running. (2 p.m., CBS-27)
A week of district tournament play has whittled the number of high school teams still playing basketball in Kentucky to 256. Pick up Monday's Herald-Leader to view complete brackets displaying the 128 boys' and 128 girls' teams still in the hunt for their respective Sweet Sixteens as regional play begins.
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Kentucky fans bid farewell to the Wildcats' lone senior, Josh Harrellson, on Senior Night in Rupp Arena. Just like last year, questions linger about which underclassmen will be playing their final home game as well. (Vanderbilt at Kentucky, 9 p.m., ESPN)
Kentucky tips off play in the women's SEC Tournament in Nashville, having won the event only once in its 31-year history (1982). Tennessee has won it 14 times, and the Lady Volunteers are the No. 1 seed again. (Time TBA, Fox Sports South).
The UK baseball team gets a little taste of The Show when it takes part in the Houston College Classic, a six-team round-robin event at Minute Maid Park, the home of the Astros. The Cats play Rice (8 p.m. Friday), Houston (4:30 p.m. Saturday) and Utah (Noon Sunday).
The first three automatic bids to the NCAA Tournament will be decided when the Big South, Atlantic Sun, and Ohio Valley conferences hold their tourney finals. (4, 6 and 8 p.m., ESPN2)