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College basketball on television: Maryland tries to get back on track

Maryland guard Rasheed Sulaimon applauds in the final moments of an NCAA college basketball game against Purdue, Saturday, Feb. 6, 2016, in College Park, Md. Sulaimon contributed a game-high 21 points to Maryland's 72-61 win.
Maryland guard Rasheed Sulaimon applauds in the final moments of an NCAA college basketball game against Purdue, Saturday, Feb. 6, 2016, in College Park, Md. Sulaimon contributed a game-high 21 points to Maryland's 72-61 win. The Associated Press

After back-to-back losses to Wisconsin and Minnesota (yikes), No. 6 Maryland will try to right the ship against visiting Michigan at 1 p.m. on CBS.

Wisconsin knocked off the host Terps 70-57 last Saturday. Then Maryland stumbled at Minnesota, losing 68-63. It was Minnesota’s first win of the Big 10 season.

Meanwhile, Michigan is 19-8 overall and 9-5 in the league after losing 76-66 at Ohio State on Tuesday. That snapped a two-game win streak which included a 61-56 win over No. 18 Purdue.

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

Sunday, Feb. 21

▪ 12:00 - Boston University at Bucknell (CBS Sports)

▪ 12:00 - Seton Hall at St. John’s (Fox Sports 1)

▪ 12:00 - LaSalle at George Washington (NBC Sports)

▪ 1:00 - Michigan at Maryland (CBS)

▪ 2:00 - Northeastern at Hofstra (NBC Sports)

▪ 2:00 - Tulsa at UCF (CBS Sports)

▪ 2:00 - East Carolina at SMU (ESPN News)

▪ 3:00 - Arkansas at Kentucky women (SEC)

▪ 4:00 - San Diego State at San Jose State (CBS Sports)

▪ 4:00 - George Mason at UMass (NBC Sports)

▪ 4:00 - Wichita State at Indiana State (ESPNU)

▪ 6:00 - UAB at Middle Tennessee (CBS Sports)

▪ 6:30 - Boston College at Wake Forest (ESPNU)

▪ 7:00 - Temple at Houston (ESPN News)

▪ 7:00 - Illinois at Wisconsin (Big 10)

▪ 8:30 - California at Washington State (ESPNU)

How Top 25 fared Saturday

  • No. 1 Villanova beat Butler 77-67
  • No. 2 Kansas beat Kansas State 72-63
  • No. 3 Oklahoma beat No. 10 West Virginia 76-62
  • No. 5 North Carolina beat No. 11 Miami 96-71
  • No. 8 Xavier beat Georgetown 88-70
  • No. 13 Iowa State beat TCU 92-83
  • No. 14 Kentucky lost to Texas A&M 79-77 (overtime)
  • No. 15 Dayton lost to St. Bonaventure 79-72
  • No. 16 Oregon beat Oregon State 91-81
  • No. 17 Purdue lost to No. 22 Indiana 77-73
  • No. 18 Louisville beat No. 20 Duke 71-64
  • No. 19 Notre Dame lost to Georgia Tech 63-62
  • No. 24 Texas lost to No. 25 Baylor 78-64
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