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March 14 College Basketball Game Thread: At Least There Is Plenty To Watch In The Evening Games

Parker, Randle, Wiggins, and Gordon are all in action.....later tonight.

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It sure would be nice if a major conference decided to have their semifinals in the afternoon today, wouldn't it? As it is, all of the draft's most interesting talent is all playing between the hours of 7:00 and midnight while some less heralded prospects take the court in the early afternoon.

But there is some bubble action in the afternoon. Florida State is firmly on the bubble and would likely secure a berth with a win against Virginia. Meanwhile Missouri is also on the bubble could help its chances by upsetting Florida, although they may also be in need of another win or other bubble teams losing to sneak in the tournament.

If you've been following college basketball at all this season, tonight's games should not need much hyping. In addition for another chance for the Big XII tournament to showcase its awesomeness, Jabari Parker takes the court for Duke tonight.

Here's the major conference schedule for today along with tip times and television information. Feel free to discuss the games in the thread below!

Window #1
ACC Quarterfinals: #9 Florida State vs. #1 Virginia 12:00 (ESPN2)
B1G Quarterfinals: #9 Illinois vs. #1 Michigan 12:00 (ESPN)
SEC Quarterfinals: #8 Missouri vs. #1 Florida 1:00 (ESPNU)

Who to watch: Jordan Clarkson (Missouri), Nik Stauskas (Michigan), Mitch McGary (Michigan), Glenn Robinson (Michigan), Patric Young (Florida)

Window #2
ACC Quarterfinals: #5 Pittsburgh vs. #4 North Carolina approx. 2:00 (ESPN2)
B1G Quarterfinals: #5 Ohio State vs. #4 Nebraska approx. 2:30 (ESPN)
SEC Quarterfinals: #13 South Carolina vs. #4 Tennessee approx. 3:30 (ESPNU)

Who to watch: Lamar Patterson (Pittsburgh), LaQuinton Ross (Ohio State), Aaron Craft (Ohio State), Jarnell Stokes (Tennessee), Jordan McRae (Tennessee)

Window #3
B1G Quarterfinals: #7 Minnesota vs. #2 Wisconsin 6:30 (BTN)
AAC Semifinals: #6 Houston vs. #2 Louisville 7:00 (ESPN2)
ACC Quarterfinals: #7 North Carolina State vs. #2 Syracuse 7:00 (ESPN)
Big East Semifinals: #8 Seton Hall vs. #4 Providence 7:00 (FS1)
Big XII Semifinals: #4 Iowa State vs. #1 Kansas 7:00 (ESPNU)
SEC Quarterfinals: #7 LSU vs. #2 Kentucky 7:00 (

Who to watch: Montrezl Harrell (Louisville), Russ Smith (Louisville), Tyler Ennis (Syracuse), Jerami Grant (Syracuse), Fuquan Edwin (Seton Hall), DeAndre Kane (Iowa State), Andrew Wiggins (Kansas), Wayne Selden (Kansas), Johnny O'Bryant (LSU), Julius Randle (Kentucky), Willie Cauley-Stein (Kentucky), James Young (Kentucky)

Window #4
Pac-12 Semifinals: #5 Colorado vs. #1 Arizona 9:00 (Pac-12 Network)
B1G Quarterfinals: #11 Northwestern vs. #3 Michigan State approx. 9:00 (BTN)
AAC Semifinals: #4 Connecticut vs. #1 Cincinnati approx. 9:00 (ESPN2)
ACC Quarterfinals: #6 Clemson vs. #3 Duke approx. 9:00 (ESPN)
Big East Semifinals: #3 Xavier vs. #2 Creighton approx. 9:30 (FS1)
Big XII Semifinals: #7 Baylor vs. #3 Texas approx. 9:30 (ESPNU)
SEC Quarterfinals: #6 Mississippi vs. #3 Georgia approx. 9:30 (
Pac-12 Semifinals: #6 Stanford vs. #2 UCLA approx. 11:30 (FS1)

Who to watch: Aaron Gordon (Arizona), Nick Johnson (Arizona), Gary Harris (Michigan State), Adreian Payne (Michigan State), Keith Appling (Michigan State), Shabazz Napier (Connecticut), K.J. McDaniels (Clemson), Jabari Parker (Duke), Rodney Hood (Duke), Semaj Christon (Xavier), Doug McDermott (Creighton), Cory Jefferson (Baylor), Dwight Powell (Stanford), Kyle Anderson (UCLA), Zach LaVine (UCLA), Jordan Adams (UCLA)

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