College Basketball Viewing Picks for 02/21-22/2015

Men’s Schedule courtesy of Matt’s College Sports on TV
Men’s Announcing assignments courtesy of Eye on Sky and Air Sports
Women’s Schedule and Announcing assignments courtesy of Eye on Sky and Air Sports

Saturday, February 21

Men’s

11 a.m.

South Florida at East Carolina — ESPNU (Jason Benetti/Tim Welsh)

noon

Georgia Tech at North Carolina — ACC Network (Wes Durham/Mike Gminski)
Pittsburgh at Syracuse — ACC Network (Tim Brant/Dan Bonner)
Minnesota at Wisconsin — ESPN (Bob Wischusen/Dan Dakich)
UMass at Virginia Commonwealth — ESPN2 (Bob Picozzi/Jon Crispin)
Oklahoma at Texas Tech — ESPNews (Doug Bell/Rich Zvosec)
Seton Hall at St. John’s — Fox (Joe Davis/Donny Marshall)
Texas A&M at South Carolina — SEC Network (Roy Philpott/Jon Sundvold)

12:30 p.m.

Elon at Delaware — American Sports Network (Jason Knapp/Emmett Davis)

1 p.m.

Florida at LSU — CBS (Ian Eagle/Clark Kellogg)
Kansas State at Baylor — ESPNU (Anish Shroff/Reid Gettys)

2 p.m.

Austin Peay at Murray State — CBS Sports Network (John Sadak/Chris Walker)
Miami (FL) at Louisville — ESPN (Tom Hart/Doris Burke)
Iowa State at Texas — ESPN2 (Jon Sciambi/Fran Fraschilla)
West Virginia at Oklahoma State — ESPNews (Allen Bestwick/Bryndon Manzer)
Butler at Xavier — Fox Sports Net (Justin Kutcher/Tarik Turner)
Dayton at Duquense — NBCSN (Ryan Burr/David Kaplan)

2:30 p.m.

Villanova at Marquette — Fox (Tim Brando/Jim Jackson)
Missouri at Vanderbilt — SEC Network (Dave Neal/Daymeon Fishback)

3 p.m.

Louisiana Tech at Old Dominion — American Sports Network (John Castleberry/Tim Scarborough)
Penn State at Northwestern — ESPNU (Clay Matvick/Sean Harrington)

4 p.m.

Notre Dame at Boston College — ACC Regional/Fox Sports Net (Tom Werme/Bobby Cremins)
George Washington at Richmond — CBS Sports Network (Dave Ryan/Steve Wolf)
Clemson at Duke — ESPN (Dave O’Brien/Dick Vitale)
TCU at Kansas — ESPN2 (Mark Neely/Stephen Howard)
Eastern Washington at Northern Arizona — Fox College Sports Atlantic/Fox Sports Arizona (Mitch Strohman/Dave Brown)
Drexel at Northeastern — NBCSN (Steve Schlanger/Dalen Cuff)
Arkansas at Mississippi State — SEC Regional/Fox Sports Net (Dave Baker/Larry Conley)

5:30 p.m.

Southern Mississippi at Charlotte — American Sports Network (Mike Gleason/Mack McCarthy)

6 p.m.

UNLV at New Mexico — CBS Sports Network (Andrew Catalon/Steve Lappas//Jenny Dell)
Virginia Tech at North Carolina State — ESPN2 (Dave Lamont/Jim Calhoun)
Air Force at Colorado State — Root Sports (Rocky Mountain/Southwest) (Drew Goodman/Marty Fletcher)

6:30 p.m.

Cal at Stanford — Pac-12 Networks (Ted Robinson/Mike Montgomery//Ashley Adamson)

7 p.m.

St. Bonaventure at St. Joseph’s — A-10 Network (Ed Cohen/John Griffin)
College of Charleston at James Madison — Comcast SportsNet (California Plus/Mid-Atlantic/Northwest/Philadelphia) (Al Koken/Charlie Woollum//Brian Jackson)
Auburn at Kentucky — ESPN (Mark Jones/Sean Farnham//Kaylee Hartung)

7:30 p.m.

Tennessee at Mississippi — ESPNU (Doug Sherman/Kara Lawson)

8 p.m.

East Tennessee at Chattanooga — American Sports Network (Darren Goldwater/Dean Keener)
DePaul at Georgetown — CBS Sports Network (Brent Stover/Alaa Abdelnaby//Evan Washburn)
Georgia at Alabama — ESPN2 (Rich Hollenberg/Darrin Horn)

9 p.m.

New Mexico State at Grand Canyon — American Sports Network (Daron Sutton/Tom Kuyper)
UCLA at Arizona — ESPN (Dan Shulman/Jay Bilas//Shannon Spake)

9:30 p.m.

Cincinnati at Houston — ESPNU (Brett Dolan/Paul Binacardi)

10 p.m.

Gonzaga at St. Mary’s — ESPN2 (Beth Mowins/Stan Heath)

11 p.m.

Colorado at Oregon State — Pac-12 Networks (Aaron Goldsmith/Matt Muehlebach)

Women’s

noon

Nebraska at Indiana — Big Ten Network (Eric Collins/Christy Winters-Scott)
Iowa State at West Virginia — Fox Sports Net (Ron Thulin/Brenda VanLengen)

2 p.m.

Michigan at Minnesota — Big Ten Network (Kevin Kugler/Shelley Till)

3 p.m.

Middle Tennessee at Western Kentucky — Fox College Sports Atlantic (Randy Lee/Hal Schmitt)
UConn at Tulsa — SNY (Eric Frede/Meghan Culmo//Kerith Burke)

4:30 p.m.

Texas at Texas Tech — Fox College Sports Pacific (Robert Giovanetti/Andy Penney//Courtney Davis)

7 p.m.

Iowa at Ohio State — Big Ten Network (Lisa Byington/Debbie Antonelli)

8 p.m.

TCU at Baylor — Fox College Sports Central (John Morris/Jim Haller)

Sunday, February 22

Men’s

noon

Lafayette at Lehigh — CBS Sports Network (Jason Knapp/Chris Spatola)

1 p.m.

Furman at North Carolina-Greensboro — American Sports Network (Darren Goldwater/Dean Keener)
Ohio State at Michigan — CBS (Kevin Harlan/Bill Raftery)
Western Kentucky at Middle Tennessee State — Fox Sports Net (Ron Thulin/Mike Jarvis)

2 p.m.

Memphis at Central Florida — CBS Sports Network (Kris Attlebury/Marc Jackson)

2:30 p.m.

La Salle at Saint Louis — NBCSN (Steve Schlanger/Ben Howland)

3 p.m.

Iowa at Nebraska — Big Ten Network (Kevin Kugler/Shon Morris)
Utah at Oregon — Fox Sports 1 (Aaron Goldsmith/Sean Elliott)

3:30 p.m.

Cleveland State at Milwaukee — American Sports Network (Tim Neverett/Kevin Lehman)

4 p.m.

Tulane at UConn — CBS Sports Network (Rich Waltz/Doug Gottlieb//Jamie Erdahl)
Evansville at Wichita State — ESPNU (Mitch Holthus/Mark Adams)

4:30 p.m.

William & Mary at Hofstra — NBCSN (Mike Corey/Ron Thompson)

5:15 p.m.

Indiana at Rutgers — Big Ten Network (Cory Provous/Stephen Bardo)

6 p.m.

Temple at Tulsa — CBS Sports Network (Carter Blackburn/Pete Gillen)

6:30 p.m.

Southeast Missouri State at Eastern Illinois — American Sports Network (Dave Armstrong/Rich Zvosec)
Florida State at Virginia — ESPNU (Adam Amin/Len Elmore)

7:30 p.m.

Michigan State at Illinois — Big Ten Network (Eric Collins/Bob Wenzel)

8:30 p.m.

Washington at Washington State — ESPNU (Roxy Bernstein/Corey Williams)
USC at Arizona State — Pac-12 Networks (Ted Robinson/Don MacLean)

Women’s

noon

Duke at North Carolina State — ESPN2 (Brenda VanLengen/Debbie Antonelli)
Temple at South Florida — ESPNU (Melissa Lee/Sue Bird)

1 p.m.

Florida State at Boston College — ACC Regional/Fox Sports Net (Tom Werme/Bobby Cremins)
Yale at Columbia — American Sports Network (Leah Secondo/Nate Ross)

2 p.m.

Rutgers at Michigan State — ESPN2 (Pam Ward/Stephanie White)
LSU at Arkansas — ESPNU (Roy Philpott/Brooke Weisbrod)
Oregon State at Utah — Pac-12 Oregon/Pac-12 Mountain (Jim Watson/Rosalyn Gold-Onwude)
Missouri at Vanderbilt — SEC Network (Cara Capuano/Steffi Sorensen)
Auburn at Georgia — SEC Network Plus (Kalen Frady/Brittany Northcutt)

3 p.m.

North Carolina at Miami (FL) — ACC Regional/Fox Sports Net (Jenn Hildreth/Chelsea Shine)
Old Dominion at Louisiana Tech — Fox Sports Net (Matt Martucci/Sarah Kustok)
Mississippi State at Alabama — SEC Network Plus (Mick Gillespie/Rick Moody)

4 p.m.

Cal at Stanford — ESPN2 (TBD/Mary Murphy)
Washington at Washington State — Pac-12 Networks (Scott Reiss/Elise Woodward)
Arizona at UCLA — Pac-12 Arizona/Pac-12 Los Angeles (Krista Blunk/Tammy Blackburn)
Florida at Texas A&M — SEC Network (Fran Harris/Nell Fortner)

6 p.m.

Arizona State at USC — Pac-12 Networks (Anne Marie Anderson/Cindy Brunson)

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Ken has been covering the sports media in earnest at his own site, Fang's Bites since May 2007 and at Awful Announcing since March 2013. He provides a unique perspective having been an award-winning radio news reporter in Providence and having worked in local television. Fang celebrates the three Boston Red Sox World Championships in the 21st Century, but continues to be a long-suffering Cleveland Browns fan.

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