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NC-Double-Eh Schedule - Jan 21

There are lots of Canadians playing tonight south of the border in the NCAA.  Find out where and when right here ...

As always, check out the highlighted games because these are the ones you need to watch if you can.  All games are Eastern Standard Time and check in with our Twitter account for any live weblinks to the games.


Jan 21

7:00pm Binghamton @ Hartford – with Binghamton bringing up the bottom of the America East Conference, they are really just playing spoiler from here on in.  Coach Mark Macon (yes that Mark Macon) has given the green light for Chretien Lukusa on the offensive end so this may be a game to watch.

7:00pm Stony Brook @ Vermont – after only the second game this season where he didn’t score in double-digits, expect a big outing for Maurice Joseph against a tough conference rival.

7:00pm Maine @ Albany

7:00pm Samford @ Elon

7:05pm Wofford @ Citadel

7:30pm Robert Morris @ Fairleigh Dickinson

7:30pm Wagner @ Long Island – we have a battle of former high school teammates here:  Kyle Johnsono for LIU and Tyler Murray for Wagner.  This should be good whoever wins the game.

7:45pm Central Connecticut State @ Sacred Heart

8:00pm Robert Morris (Ill) @ SIU-Edwardsville

8:00pm IPFW @ South Dakota State

8:00pm Western Kentucky @ Troy

8:15pm Campbell @ Belmont

9:00pm IUPUI @ Southern Utah

9:00pm Pepperdine @ (15) Gonzaga – anytime the Zags play, you should really try to catch it.  Sacre is the starting center so he gets his minutes, but of the three other Canadians, anyone of them can have a big game. 

10:00pm Loyola Marymount @ Portland

10:00pm Louisiana Tech @ San Jose State – Ashaolu has seemed to hit the wall in the last few games but don’t expect that to be long lasting.  Playing a tough team like San Jose State, he should snap out of it.

10:30pm Washington State @ USC

10:35pm Long Beach State @ UC Irvine

12:05pm New Mexico State @ Hawaii – if you are up late enough to catch this game, you’ll be watching a steadily improving big man in Hawaii’s Paul Campbell and a very good but relatively unknown guard in New Mexico State’s Hernst Laroche.  Should be a good game.