Baylor (19) at Oklahoma (6)
With Kansas clinching at least a share of the Big 12 title, Baylor and Oklahoma really only have Big 12 and NCAA Tournament seeding to play for. Baylor has been inconsistent lately. The same could be said for the Sooners, who have not been the same since they lost to K-State. On Saturday, Texas defeated Oklahoma and ended the game on a 25-5 run. The Sooners will need to find their stride if they want to make a run for the title in the NCAA Tournament.
Tipoff will be at 7 p.m. today on ESPN 2.
Indiana (12) at Iowa (16)
Indiana has won a share of the Big Ten title in this make-or-break season for head coach Tom Crean. The Hoosiers have been flying under the radar in a tough conference. Iowa has fallen off the deep end as of late. The Hawkeyes were the No. 4 team in the country at one point but are now sitting at No. 16 and might not even get a share of the Big 10 title. They will need a win here if they want to stand a chance.
Tipoff will be at 8 p.m. today on ESPN.
Louisville (11) at Virginia (4)
Virginia and Louisville are both tied for third and are one game back for first in the ACC standings. The winner of this game can still win the conference. Virginia has a chance to take its third straight regular season championship. Louisville really only has the conference championship to play for with the postseason ban.
You can catch tipoff at 7:30 p.m. Saturday on ESPN.
North Carolina (8) at Duke (17)
The second edition of this year’s Tobacco Road matchup should be as good as the first one, and College GameDay will be in attendance. Duke won the first game between the two at North Carolina. The Tarheels have a lot to play for in this game; they can win the ACC outright with two victories and a Miami loss this week. Duke is just playing for good conference and NCAA Tournament seeding at this point after a tough loss Sunday to Pitt. Duke has had issues with injuries this season, which is one of the reasons they are not in the title race anymore.
The Tobacco Road rivalry will tip off at 5:30 p.m. Saturday on ESPN.