It may be Super Bowl Sunday, but there is some decent college basketball on tube this afternoon before the big game kicks off at 6:30 p.m.
Matthew Mitchell and the Kentucky women play host to LSU at noon on the SEC Network. The Cats are looking to snap a three-game losing streak. They lost at South Carolina on Thursday.
No. 5 Iowa is on the road at Illinois, 1 p.m. on the Big 10 Network. The Hawkeyes need the road win to stay in front of Maryland in the Big 10 race. Iowa is 9-1. Maryland is 10-2. Indiana dropped to 9-2 thanks to an upset loss at Penn State on Saturday.
At 2 p.m. on the CBS Sports Network, No. 12 SMU travels to South Florida. USF coach Orlando Antigua, the former Kentucky assistant, has the Bulls at 5-19 overall and 2-9 in the American Athletic Conference.
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Here’s the list of college basketball games on television for Sunday:
Sunday, Feb. 7
▪ 12:00 - East Carolina at Connecticut (CBS Sports)
▪ 12:00 - LSU at Kentucky women (SEC)
▪ 1:00 - Iowa at Illinois (Big 10)
▪ 1:00 - Miami at Georgia Tech (ESPNU)
▪ 2:00 - SMU at South Florida (CBS Sports)
▪ 2:00 - Saint Louis at St. Bonaventure (NBC Sports)
▪ 2:00 - Auburn at Alabama women (SEC)
▪ 3:00 - Houston at Tulsa (ESPNU)
▪ 4:00 - Utah at Oregon (ESPN2)
How Top 25 fared Saturday
- No. 1 Oklahoma lost to Kansas State 80-69
- No. 2 North Carolina lost to Notre Dame 80-76
- No. 3 Villanova beat Providence 72-60
- No. 4 Maryland beat No. 18 Purdue 72-61
- No. 6 Xavier beat Marquette 90-82
- No. 7 Kansas beat TCU 75-56
- No. 8 Texas A&M lost to No. 25 South Carolina 81-78
- No. 9 Virginia beat Pittsburgh 64-50
- No. 10 Michigan State beat Michigan 89-73
- No. 13 Iowa beat Oklahoma State 64-59
- No. 14 West Virginia beat No. 15 Baylor 80-69
- No. 19 Louisville beat Boston College 79-47
- No. 20 Kentucky beat Florida 80-61
- No. 21 Wichita State lost to Illinois State 58-53
- No. 22 Indiana lost to Penn State 68-63
- No. 23 Arizona beat Washington 77-72
- No. 24 Dayton beat George Mason 98-64