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College basketball on TV on Saturday (March 2)

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Ian Eagle, Bill Raftery, Grant Hill and Tracy Wolfson will be on the call for CBS as No. 4-ranked Kentucky takes on No. 7 Tennessee in Knoxville on Saturday. Tip-off is scheduled for 2 p.m.

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

Saturday, March 2

  • 12:00 - Michigan State at Indiana (Fox)
  • 12:00 - LSU at Alabama (ESPN)
  • 12:00 - Kansas at Oklahoma State (CBS)
  • 12:00 - N.C. State at Florida State (ESPN2)
  • 12:00 - Syracuse at Wake Forest (ACC/CW-Lex)
  • 1:00 - Penn State at Wisconsin (Big Ten)
  • 1:00 - Ole Miss at Arkansas (SEC)
  • 2:00 - Kentucky at Tennessee (CBS)
  • 2:00 - Ohio State at Purdue (ESPN)
  • 2:00 - Butler at Villanova (Fox)
  • 2:00 - Iowa State at Texas (ESPN2)
  • 2:00 - West Virginia at Oklahoma (ESPNU)
  • 2:00 - Illinois State at Southern Illinois (CBS Sports)
  • 2:00 - Pittsburgh at Virginia (ACC/CW-Lex)
  • 3:00 - George Mason at Saint Louis (NBC Sports)
  • 3:30 - South Carolina at Missouri (SEC)
  • 4:00 - Miami at Duke (CBS)
  • 4:00 - UCF at Houston (ESPN)
  • 4:00 - Texas Tech at TCU (ESPN2)
  • 4:00 - Mississippi State at Auburn (ESPNU)
  • 4:00 - VCU at Richmond (CBS Sports)
  • 5:00 - Rutgers at Iowa (Big Ten)
  • 5:00 - La Salle at Saint Joseph’s (NBC Sports)
  • 6:00 - North Carolina at Clemson (ESPN)
  • 6:00 - Bradley at Loyola-Chicago (ESPN2)
  • 6:00 - Utah at Colorado (ESPNU)
  • 6:00 - Vanderbilt at Texas A&M (SEC)
  • 6:30 - Seton Hall at Georgetown (CBS Sports)
  • 8:00 - Baylor at Kansas State (ESPN2)
  • 8:00 - Memphis at Cincinnati (ESPNU)
  • 8:30 - Nevada at Utah State (CBS Sports)
  • 8:30 - Georgia at Florida (SEC)
  • 10:00 - Gonzaga at Saint Mary’s (ESPN)
  • 10:00 - Arizona at Oregon (ESPN2)
  • 10:00 - Colorado State at New Mexico (ESPNU)
  • 10:30 - Boise State at UNLV (CBS Sports)
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John Clay is a sports columnist for the Lexington Herald-Leader. A native of Central Kentucky, he covered UK football from 1987 until being named sports columnist in 2000. He has covered 20 Final Fours and 37 consecutive Kentucky Derbys.


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