The NC-Double-Eh Schedule - Mar. 7

Today we have more conference tournaments meaning we have more epic battles to get into the NCAA Tournament and we have Rice and Dylan Ennis and a huge women's battle between Utah and Colorado. This will be interesting ...

Here is where the men are playing today ...

1:00pm East Carolina vs. Rice - After two great games before last week where he averaged 16.5 points, Rice guard Dylan Ennis e didn't do so well last week only averaging 2.5. The good news is that his other numbers were solid last week averaging 4 rebounds and 4 assists. He's will you be impress tonight I think.

3:30pm Southern Methodist vs. Marshall

7:00pm Lehigh @ Bucknell

7:00pm Robert Morris @ LIU Brooklyn

9:00pm Arizona State vs. Stanford - Arizona State's Jordan Bachynski had played well in the Sun Devils last two games, both wins. He's averaging 15 points, 5.5 rebounds and 4 blocks per game and he's need to man the middle together other stuff. I'm hoping that he continues the play here.

9:30pm Texas Tech vs. Oklahoma State

And here is where the women are playing today ...

11:00am Alcorn State vs. Southern University

2:30pm Northern Illinois vs. Akron

3:00pm Hawaii vs. Louisiana Tech

6:00pm Texas Tech vs. Texas

7:00pm Cleveland State @ Detroit

8:00pm Colorado vs. Utah - This will be a big game. Both teams will be fighting tooth and nail for this victory. The best part is that the battle in the middle could see Taryn Wicijowski at Utah posting up Colorado's Julie Seabrook, both former members of the elite development school formerly run by Canada Basketball. That clash will be interesting. In my opinion the X-factor will likely be Utah's Michelle Plouffe. For Colorado, it may be a pick your poison situation with these too. .

8:30pm Houston vs. Rice

10:15pm Washington State vs. Oregon State

11:30pm Boise State @ Colorado State

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