Tennessee Volunteers Vs. No. 8 Connecticut Huskies, 2:00pm Saturday, CBS: Bruce Pearl returns to the bench as this game is not part of his SEC mandated eight game suspension for lying to NCAA investigators. The Volunteers to this point have had a roller coaster of a season playing well enough to beat then ranked No. 4 Pittsburgh then playing badly enough to lose to the likes of Charlotte. The Huskies are ranked No. 8 and are led by Player of the Year candidate Kemba Walker who is averaging 25 points per game.
Boston College Eagles Vs. Florida State Seminoles, 7:00pm Saturday, ESPNU: When the Eagles and Seminoles clash in Tallahassee on Saturday, both teams will be looking to get a leg up on the other in the ACC standings. Currently the Eagles and Noles are tied for the top spot in the ACC along with Duke with 4-1 records. Florida State already has knocked off Duke this season and will be trying to slow down Boston College's scoring sensation Reggie Jackson.
No. 12 Kentucky Wildcats Vs. South Carolina Gamecocks, 6:00pm Saturday, ESPN: Kentucky will be looking to bounce back from Tuesday's loss in Alabama as they complete a two game road trip in Columbia where they will take on the Gamecocks. South Carolina currently finds itself at the top of the SEC Eastern division with a 3-1 record which places them a half game ahead of Florida.
Saturday January 22nd
Georgia Tech Vs. Virginia - 12:00pm, ESPN3
Mississippi Vs. LSU - 1:30pm, ESPN3
Tennessee Vs. No. 8 Connecticut - 2:00pm CBS
No. 21 Saint Mary's Vs. Vanderbilt - 2:00pm
Clemson Vs. Maryland - 2:30pm
No. 5 Duke Vs. Wake Forrest - 4:00pm, ESPN
Mississippi State Vs. Georgia - 4:00pm, ESPN3
Alabama Vs. Auburn - 6:00pm, ESPN3
No. 12 Kentucky Vs. South Carolina - 6:00pm, ESPN
Boston College Vs. Florida State - 7:00pm, ESPNU
Longwood Vs. Virginia Tech - 7:00pm
Arkansas Vs. Florida - 8:00pm, ESPN3
Sunday January 23rd
Miami Vs. N.C. State - 12:00pm