College Basketball Viewing Picks for 02/14-15/2015

All Times Eastern

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 14

Studio and Pregame Shows
College GameDay live from Dallas, TX — ESPNU, 10 a.m./ESPN, 11 a.m.
Fox College Hoops Tip-Off — Fox, noon
NCAA Men of March: Bill Self — CBS, 12:30 p.m.
Fox Sports 1 College Hoops Tip-off — Fox Sports 1, 12:30 p.m.
Fox College Hoops Extra — Fox, 2:30 p.m.
SEC Now — SEC Network, 3:30 p.m.
SEC Now — SEC Network, 6 p.m.
College GameDay live from Dallas, TX — ESPN, 8 p.m.
SEC Now — SEC Network, 8:30 p.m.
Inside College Basketball — CBS Sports Network, 10 p.m.
BTN Finale 2014-15 — Big Ten Network, 11:30 p.m.
College Basketball Live — ESPN2, midnight

men’s

noon

North Carolina at Pittsburgh — ACC Network (Tim Brando/Mike Gminski)
Virginia Tech at Clemson — ACC Regional/Fox Sports Net (Wes Durham/Dan Bonner)
Ohio State at Michigan State — ESPN (Bob Wischusen/Dan Dakich)
Georgia State at Texas Tech — ESPN2 (Roy Philpott/Craig Robinson)
Memphis at South Florida — ESPNU (Allen Bestwick/Bob Wise)
Central Connecticut State at Robert Morris — Fox College Sports Atlantic (Paul Dottino/Tim Capstraw//Pat O’Keefe)

12:30 p.m.

St. John’s at Xavier — Fox (Joe Davis/Bob Wenzel)
St. Bonaventure at Dayton — NBCSN (Paul Burmeister/Dalen Cuff)

1 p.m.

Baylor at Kansas — CBS (Spero Dedes/Doug Gottlieb)
Marquette at Creighton — Fox Sports 1 (Kevin Kugler/Nick Bahe)

2 p.m.

East Carolina at Temple — CBS Sports Network (Rich Waltz/Alaa Abdelnaby)
Saint Louis at URI — Cox Ocean State Networks/Fox Sports Midwest (Eric Frede/Abu Bakr)
South Carolina at Kentucky — ESPN (Adam Amin/Dick Vitale//Kaylee Hartung)
Virginia Commonwealth at George Washington — ESPN2 (Bob Picozzi/Jon Crispin)
Tulane at Cincinnati — ESPNU (Jason Benetti/Tim Welsh)
Auburn at Georgia — SEC Regional/Fox Sports Net (Stephanie Ready/Larry Conley)

2:30 p.m.

Florida State at Georgia Tech — ACC Network (Bob Rathbun/Jason Capel)
Wake Forest at Virginia — ACC Network (Tom Werme/Debbie Antonelli)
Delaware at William & Mary — NBCSN (Mike Corey/Ron Thompson)

3 p.m.

Oregon at UCLA — Fox (Gus Johnson/Jim Jackson)
Montana State at North Dakota — Fox College Sports Pacific (Kyle Doperaski/Al Bahe)

4 p.m.

North Carolina State at Louisville — ESPN (Dave Lamont/Kara Lawson)
West Virginia at Iowa State — ESPN2 (Jon Sciambi/Fran Fraschilla)
Mississippi State at Missouri — ESPNU (Mike Morgan/Corey Alexander)
Seton Hall at Providence — Fox Sports Net (Dick Stockton/Vin Parise)
LSU at Tennessee — SEC Network (Tom Hart/Jon Sundvold//Maria Taylor)
St. Mary’s at San Diego — WCC TV (Barry Tompkins/Casey Jacobsen)

5 p.m.

Oregon State at USC — Pac-12 Networks (JB Long/Don MacLean)

5:30 p.m.

Western Kentucky at Marshall — American Sports Network (Dave Amstrong/Blaine Taylor)

6 p.m.

Villanova at Butler — CBS Sports Network (Andrew Catalon/Steve Lappas)
Duke at Syracuse — ESPN (Dan Shulman/Jay Bilas//Shannon Spake)
Wichita State at Illinois State — ESPN2 (Rich Hollenberg/Mark Adams)
Oklahoma State at TCU — ESPNU (Anish Shroff/Reid Gettys)
San Jose State at Wyoming — Root Sports (Northwest/Rocky Mountain/Southwest) (Marc Stout/Dave Bollwinkel)

6:30 p.m.

Florida at Texas A&M — SEC Network (Dave Neal/Darrin Horn//Kayce Smith)

8 p.m.

Middle Tennessee at North Texas — American Sports Network (Dave Barnett/Ben Braun)
Northeastern at North Carolina-Wilmington — American Sports Network (Mike Gleason/Mack McCarthy)
Colorado State at San Diego State — CBS Sports Network (Carter Blackburn/Pete Gillen//Allie LaForce)
Oklahoma at Kansas State — ESPN2 (Mark Neely/Stephen Howard)
Vanderbilt at Alabama — ESPNU (Matt Stewart/Barry Booker)
Texas Tech at Texas — Longhorn Network (Paul Sunderland/Lance Blanks//Jane Slater)

8:30 p.m.

Maryland at Penn State — Big Ten Network (Josh Lewin/Shon Morris)

9 p.m.

Pacific at BYU — BYUtv (Dave McCann/Blaine Fowler//Spencer Linton)
UConn at SMU — ESPN (Dave O’Brien/Doris Burke)
Arkansas at Mississippi — SEC Network (Dave Baker/Daymeon Fishback)

10 p.m.

New Mexico at Nevada — ESPN2 (Kenoa Leahey/Stan Heath)

women’s

noon

Purdue at Rutgers — Big Ten Network (Ed Cohen/Vera Jones)

2 p.m.

Northwestern at Michigan — Big Ten Network (Kevin Lee/Brenda VanLengen)
Marshall at Western Kentucky — Fox Sports Net (Ron Thulin/Christy Winters-Scott)

4 p.m.

Ohio State at Illinois — Big Ten Network (Lisa Byington/Stephanie White)
Tulane at UConn — CBS Sports Network (Brent Stover/Julianne Viani)
TCU at Oklahoma — Fox College Sports Central/Fox Sports Southwest (Chad McKee/Billy Tubbs)
Weber State at Northern Arizona — Fox Sports Arizona/Fox College Sports Pacific joins in progress at 5 p.m. (Jordan Byrd/Beth Hopper)

8 p.m.

Iowa State at Oklahoma State — Fox College Sports Pacific (Mike Wolfe/Casey Kendrick)

Sunday, February 15

Studio and Pregame Shows
BTN Tip-Off Show 2015 — Big Ten Network, 2:30 p.m.
Big Ten Game Break — Big Ten Network, 5 p.m.
ACC Sunday Night Basketball Pregame — ESPNU, 6 p.m.
Fox Sports 1 College Hoops Extra — Fox Sports 1, 6 p.m.
Big Ten Game Break — Big Ten Network, 7:15 p.m.
Inside the Big East — Fox Sports 1, 8:30 p.m.
BTN Basketball & Beyond — Big Ten Network, 10 p.m.

Men’s

12:30 p.m.

Towson at College of Charleston — NBCSN (Mike Corey/Ron Thompson)

1 p.m.

Illinois at Wisconsin — CBS (Ian Eagle/Bill Raftery)

2:30 p.m.

St. Joseph’s at Fordham — NBCSN (Paul Burmeister/Dalen Cuff)

3 p.m.

Illinois-Chicago at Cleveland State — American Sports Network (Dave Armstong/Kevin Lehman)
Iowa at Northwestern — Big Ten Network (Eric Collins/Jon Crispin)

4 p.m.

Bucknell at Army — CBS Sports Network (Jason Knapp/Chris Spatola)
Northern Iowa at Missouri State — ESPNU (Mitch Holthus/Mark Adams)
Stanford at Colorado — Fox Sports 1 (Steve Physioc/Kevin O’Neill)

5 p.m.

Hofstra at Drexel — Comcast SportsNet (California/Chicago/Mid-Atlantic)/SNY/The Comcast Network (Rob Carlin/John Feinstein)

5:15 p.m.

Nebraska at Purdue — Big Ten Network (Cory Provous/Shon Morris)

5:30 p.m.

Virginia Military Institute at The Citadel — American Sports Network (Darren Goldwater/Dean Keener)
Arizona State at Washington — Pac-12 Networks (Jim Watson/Don MacLean)

6:30 p.m.

Miami (FL) at Boston College — ESPNU (Adam Amin/Brad Dougherty)
Arizona at Washington State — Fox Sports 1 (Aaron Goldsmith/Casey Jacobsen)

7:30 p.m.

Minnesota at Indiana — Big Ten Network

8:30 p.m.

Cal at Utah — ESPNU (Roxy Bernstein/Corey Williams)

women’s

noon

St. Joseph’s at Dayton — CBS Sports Network (Ed Cohen/Lisa Byington)
Vanderbilt at South Carolina — ESPNU (Roy Philpott/Brooke Weisbrod)

1 p.m.

Florida State at Virginia — ACC Regional/Fox Sports Net (Tom Werme/Debbie Antonelli)
Delaware at James Madison — American Sports Network (Carl Reuter/Nate Ross)
North Carolina at Louisville — ESPN2 (Pam Ward/LaChina Robinson)

2 p.m.

Army at Bucknell — CBS Sports Network (Kris Attlebury/Leah Secondo)
South Florida at East Carolina — ESPNU (Melissa Lee/Julianne Viani)
St. John’s at DePaul — Fox Sports 1 (Tiffany Greene/Sarah Kustok)
Texas Tech at Kansas State — Fox Sports Net (Ron Thulin/Brenda VanLengen)
Washington State at Utah — Pac-12 Networks (Thad Anderson/Maylana Martin Douglas)
Arizona at Oregon State — Pac-12 Arizona/Pac-12 Oregon (Anne Marie Anderson/Drew Shiller)Arkansas at Auburn — SEC Network (Cara Capuano/Steffi Sorensen)

3 p.m.

Georgia Tech at Miami (FL) — ACC Regional/Fox Sports Net (
Kentucky at Tennessee — ESPN2 (Beth Mowins/Carolyn Peck)
Mississippi at Missouri — SEC Network Plus (Ben Arnet/Gary Link)

4 p.m.

Florida at Mississippi State — SEC Network (Fran Harris/Nell Fortner)

5 p.m.

West Virginia at Baylor — ESPN2 (Bob Picozzi/Gail Goestenkors)

7:30 p.m.

UCLA at Stanford — Pac-12 Networks (Krista Blunk/Mary Murphy)
Arizona State at Oregon — Pac-12 Arizona/Pac-12 Oregon (Ann Schatz/Tammy Blackburn)

9:30 p.m.

USC at Cal — Pac-12 Networks (Guy Haberman/Elise Woodward)

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