Today’s Live Sports

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  • College Basketball: Michigan at Minnesota

    Michigan at Minnesota

    7:00PM | ESPN

    Michigan at Minnesota. From Williams Arena. John Beilein's Wolverines go for the season sweep over Minnesota after a narrow 59-57 win on Jan. 22. The Golden Gophers are tough at home, having won five of their last six at home by an average of 11 ppg.

  • College Basketball: UCF at Cincinnati

    UCF at Cincinnati

    7:00PM | ESPN2

    UCF at Cincinnati. From Fifth Third Arena. The Bearcats have won nine of their last 10 games and look to keep pace in the conference standings. They host a UCF team that has won four of its last five games behind the play of B.J. Taylor (16.9 ppg).

  • College Basketball: Vermont at Maryland (Baltimore County)

    Vermont at Maryland (Baltimore County)

    7:00PM | ESPNU

    Vermont at Maryland (Baltimore County). From RAC Arena.

  • College Basketball: California at Arizona

    California at Arizona

    9:00PM | FS1

    California at Arizona. From McKale Center. Justice Sueing (15 ppg) and the Golden Bears seek their first Pac-12 conference win of the season against Chase Jeter and the Wildcats, who have won the last six games in the rivalry with California.

  • College Basketball: Connecticut at SMU

    Connecticut at SMU

    9:00PM | ESPN2

    Connecticut at SMU. From Moody Coliseum. Jahmal McMurray (17.7 ppg) and the Mustangs have lost five straight but have never lost to UConn at Moody (5-0). Christian Vital and the Huskies enter trying to win their first conference road game of the season.

  • College Basketball: High Point at Campbell

    High Point at Campbell

    9:00PM | ESPNU

    High Point at Campbell. From Pope Convocation Center.

  • College Basketball: Oregon at Southern California

    Oregon at Southern California

    9:00PM | ESPN

    Oregon at Southern California. From Galen Center. Louis King (12.3 ppg) and the Ducks defeated USC by 21 points on Jan. 13 and have won four of their last six. Bennie Boatwright (18.4 ppg) and the Trojans enter having lost three of their last four.


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