What To Watch
Georgetown at Notre Dame, 7 p.m., Monday, ESPN
A matchup of two Big East powers pits Luke Harangody and sharp-shooting Kyle McAlarney against superfrosh big man Greg Monroe (pictured) and sharpshooter DaJuan Summers (he was perfect from the arc in the Hoyas' loss on Saturday).
Ohio State at Michigan State, 7 p.m. Tuesday, ESPN 2
The Spartans are coming off an easy win over Northwestern while the Buckeyes are looking to come back from a tough loss to Minnesota. Evan Turner (pictured) is averaging 16.4 points a game for Ohio State.
Davidson at Duke, 7 p.m. Wednesday, ESPN
Can Duke's renewed focus on defense this season stop the high-scoring Steph Curry (29.9 ppg)? The Blue Devil faithful sure hope Nolan Smith (ankle) is healthy enough to do so when the Wildcats come to Cameron.
Louisville at Villanova, Noon Saturday, ESPN
After Louisville squeaked by Kentucky on Sunday, Edgar Sosa (pictured) may have won his way out of Rick Pitino's doghouse. But he'll have to come up big if the Cards are to overcome Dante Cunningham and the 12-2 Wildcats.
Kansas at Michigan St., 1 p.m. Saturday, CBS
The Jayhawks lost a lot from last year's title team, but they began to look top-25 caliber in a win over Tennessee on Sunday. Sherron Collins (pictured) had 26 points and nine assists in the win.
UCLA at USC, 10:30 p.m. Sunday
O.J. Mayo may be gone and UCLA may be a little down on its luck this year, but that doesn't mean this rivalry doesn't burn strongly. Darren Collison (pictured) is averaging 15 points a game for the Bruins.
UNC at Wake Forest, 7 p.m. Sunday
Well, well the Tar Heels lost -- does that mean they're heading for a losing streak? Probably not, but the Demon Deacons are one of the only remaining undefeated teams. Jeff Teague (pictured) leads Wake Forest with 19.6 points a game.