Every Night's Best College Basketball Game from Now until the End of the Season

Bo Ryan, Wisconsin among teams looking to put finishing touches on banner season

The first conference tournament game begins a week from Tuesday.

 

Crazy, right?

 

The college basketball season is entering its final stretch with teams trying to seal NCAA bids, clinch top seeds or find something resembling momentum entering the postseason.

 

If you’re just getting started as a viewer in college hoops or if you’ve been watching every game on the edge of your seat, there’s something for you every day from here until the end of the year.

 

Here are the best games you need to watch every night from now until the end of the regular season.

 

All times Eastern

 

Day Date     Time TV
Tue. Feb. 24 7 p.m. ESPN

The Badgers play three of their final four regular season games on the road with a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament on the line.

Wed. Feb. 25 9 p.m. ESPNU

After that team in Lawrence, Baylor and Iowa State may be the Big 12’s best hope to advance deep into the NCAA Tournament.

Thu. Feb. 26 11 p.m. Pac-12 Networks

Stanford has slipped to 8-6 in the Pac-12. The Cardinal could play its way into the NIT with a loss to overachieving Oregon State.

Fri. Feb. 27 10 p.m. ESPNU

This game could be for the top seed in the Horizon tournament, provided Valpo doesn’t clinch Wednesday against Detroit.

Sat. Feb. 28 4 p.m. CBS

True story: Kentucky hasn’t played a ranked team since Dec. 27 against Louisville. That changes against No. 18 Arkansas.

Sun. March 1 7:30 p.m. Big Ten Network

What will Purdue need to do in the Big Ten tournament to clinch an NCAA bid? Perhaps not much if the Boilers can pick up this key road win.

Mon. March 2 9 p.m. ESPN

Two red-hot teams in the Big 12 will try to make a last-ditch effort to deprive Kansas of its 11th consecutive conference title.

Tue. March 3 9 p.m. ESPN

Georgia gave Kentucky trouble in Lexington without Marcus Thornton. Could the win streak end against the full-strength Bulldogs in Athens?

Wed. March 4 7 p.m. ESPN2

Louisville wraps up the regular season against the Irish and Virginia at home ... and without point guard Chris Jones.

Thu. March 5 9 p.m. ESPNU

Davidson pulled itself out of a slump, and VCU can still win without Briante Weber. The Atlantic 10 is crowded at the top.

Fri. March 6 8 p.m. American Sports Network

These are the only two teams in contention for the Ivy’s NCAA bid. Harvard could clinch outright or Yale, which lost to the Crimson on Feb. 7, could force a playoff.

Sat. March 7 9 p.m. ESPN

North Carolina missed a golden opportunity to redefine its season in the first meeting against Duke. What does the matchup have in store?

Sun. March 8 4:30 p.m. CBS

One of the last games of the regular season features Frank Kaminsky and D’Angelo Russell on the same court.

 

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