NCAAB Tournament Match-ups and Game Times

(Sporting Alert) — Miami (FL) Indiana and Saint Louis all recorded wins in College basketball conference tournament action on Friday.

Live conference tournament action are being broadcast on ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3.com and ESPNU all day Friday.

No. 9 Miami, led by Shane Larkin 20 points, survived the challenges of Boston College in a 69-58 win in the quarterfinals of the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament.

Meanwhile, No. 3 Indiana eased past Illinois 80-64 in the Big Ten tournament quarterfinals, with star player Cody Zeller leading the way with a solid 24 points and nine rebounds performance.

Also recording a comfortable win in the end was No. 16 Saint Louis, who beat Charlotte 72-55 in the quarterfinals of the Atlantic 10 tournament.

Coming up later is the ACC clash between No. 2 Duke and Maryland and this will be live on ESPN and ESPN3.com.

Another clash of interest tonight is that of No. 14 Oklahoma State against No. 11 Kansas State in the Big 12 Conference tournament.

Top 25 Games and Live TV Channels
7:00 PM Maryland vs (2) Duke – ESPN2, WatchESPN.com
(3) Indiana 80, Illinois 64 | FINAL SCORES
TIME (ET)
9:00 PM (24) Notre Dame vs (4) Louisville*  ESPN2, WatchESPN.com
7:00 PM (19) Syracuse vs (5) Georgetown* ESPN2, WatchESPN.com
TIME (ET)
2:35 PM (6) Michigan vs (22) Wisconsin* ESPN2, WatchESPN.com
TIME (ET)
7:30 PM Iowa State vs (7) Kansas* ESPNU, WatchESPN.com
9:00 PM Iowa vs (8) Michigan State* Big Ten Network
(9) Miami (FL) 69, Boston College 58 | FINAL SCORES
TIME (ET)
6:30 PM Nebraska vs (10) Ohio State* Big Ten Network
10:00 PM (14) Oklahoma State vs (11) Kansas State* ESPNU, WatchESPN.com, B12N
TIME (ET)
1:00 PM LSU vs (13) Florida* ESPNU, WatchESPN.com
TIME (ET)
9:00 PM San Diego State vs (15) New Mexico* CBS Sports Network
(16) Saint Louis 72, Charlotte 55 | FINAL SCORES
TIME (ET)
9:00 PM (18) Arizona vs (21) UCLA* Pac-12 Networks
6:30 PM Tulsa vs (20) Memphis* CBS Sports Network
6:30 PM Saint Joseph’s vs (25) Virginia Commonwealth*

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