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College basketball on television: Feb. 11

Gonzaga coach Mark Few speaks with guard Jordan Mathews during the first half of the team’s NCAA college basketball game against Santa Clara in Spokane, Wash., Saturday, Feb. 4, 2017.
Gonzaga coach Mark Few speaks with guard Jordan Mathews during the first half of the team’s NCAA college basketball game against Santa Clara in Spokane, Wash., Saturday, Feb. 4, 2017. Associated Press

Spero Dedes and Bill Raftery will be on hand in Tuscaloosa as 15th-ranked Kentucky meets Alabama at 1 p.m. on CBS on Saturday.

No. 4 Louisville is expected to have guard Quentin Snider back from a hip injury as the Cardinals play host to Miami at 2 p.m. on ESPN2.

No. 17 Florida, which is tied for first in the SEC with UK and South Carolina, plays host to Texas A&M at noon on ESPN2. Florida is 9-2 in the SEC. Texas A&M is 5-6. South Carolina, also 9-2 in league play, is at Mississippi State at 8 p.m. on ESPN2.

No. 12 West Virginia plays host to Kansas State at noon on ESPN, while No. 3 Kansas visits Texas Tech at 2 p.m. on ESPN. No. 6 Baylor plays TCU at 2 p.m. on ESPNU. Kansas is 9-2 in Big 12 play. Baylor is 8-3. West Virginia is 7-4.

No. 2 Villanova is at No. 24 Xavier at 2:30 p.m. on Fox. Villanova is 10-2 in Big East play. Villanova is 8-3.

And College GameDay is at St. Mary’s where the 20th-ranked Gaels meet No. 1 Gonzaga at 8:15 p.m. on ESPN.

Here’s the full list of college basketball games on television for Saturday:

Saturday, Feb. 11

▪ 12:00 - Texas A&M at Florida (ESPN2)

▪ 12:00 - Minnesota at Rutgers (ESPNU)

▪ 12:00 - North Carolina State at Wake Forest (ACC)

▪ 12:00 - Kansas State at West Virginia (ESPN)

▪ 12:00 - Seton Hall at St. John’s (CBS Sports)

▪ 12:00 - Marquette at Georgetown (Fox)

▪ 1:00 - Kentucky at Alabama (CBS)

▪ 1:00 - Syracuse at Pittsburgh (ACC)

▪ 1:00 - Clemson at Duke (ACC/WKYT-DT2)

▪ 2:00 - Penn State at Illinois (Big 10)

▪ 2:00 - Miami at Louisville (ESPN2)

▪ 2:00 - TCU at Baylor (ESPNU)

▪ 2:00 - Kansas at Texas Tech (ESPN)

▪ 2:00 - Kent State at Toledo (CBS Sports)

▪ 2:00 - Creighton at DePaul (Fox Sports 1)

▪ 2:00 - UMass at Saint Joseph’s (NBC Sports)

▪ 2:30 - Villanova at Xavier (Fox)

▪ 3:30 - Vanderbilt at Missouri (SEC)

▪ 4:00 - Georgia at Tennessee (ESPNU)

▪ 4:00 - Texas at Oklahoma State (ESPN2)

▪ 4:00 - Ohio State at Maryland (ESPN)

▪ 4:00 - Butler at Providence (CBS Sports)

▪ 4:30 - Washington at Utah (Fox Sports 1)

▪ 4:30 - St. Bonaventure at George Washington (NBC Sports)

▪ 5:30 - Boston College at Georgia Tech (Fox Sports South)

▪ 6:00 - Auburn at Ole Miss (SEC)

▪ 6:00 - Iowa at Michigan State (Big 10)

▪ 6:00 - Florida State at Notre Dame (ESPN)

▪ 6:00 - Oklahoma at Iowa State (ESPN2)

▪ 6:00 - Connecticut at UCF (CBS Sports)

▪ 6:00 - Houston at Tulsa (ESPNU)

▪ 8:00 - Stanford at Arizona State (Pac-12)

▪ 8:00 - East Carolina at South Florida (ESPNU)

▪ 8:00 - Davidson at VCU (CBS Sports)

▪ 8:15 - Gonzaga at Saint Mary’s (ESPN)

▪ 8:30 - Arkansas at LSU (SEC)

▪ 10:00 - California at Arizona (ESPN2)

▪ 10:00 - Bradley at Illinois State (ESPNU)

▪ 10:30 - Oregon at USC (Pac-12)

Ken Pomeroy Top 20

  • 1. Gonzaga
  • 2. Virginia
  • 3. Louisville
  • 4. West Virginia
  • 5. Villanova
  • 6. Florida
  • 7. Kentucky
  • 8. Baylor
  • 9. Kansas
  • 10. North Carolina
  • 11. Purdue
  • 12. Wisconsin
  • 13. Florida State
  • 14. Duke
  • 15. SMU
  • 16. Saint Mary’s
  • 17. Wichita State
  • 18. UCLA
  • 19. Oregon
  • 20. Cincinnati

Source: kenpom.com

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