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Programs for ESPNU on Tuesday, January 21, 2020
12:00 AM
College Basketball North Carolina State Wolfpack at Virginia Cavaliers from John Paul Jones Arena Virginia won its last eight meetings with NC State, including a 76-56 win in the 2019 ACC Tournament quarterfinal behind 29 points from Kyle Guy.
2:00 AM
College Basketball Oklahoma Sooners at Baylor Bears from Ferrell Center Baylor has won five of the past six meetings, including a 59-53 victory on Feb. 11, as Devonte Bandoo scored 19 points in 29 minutes off the bench.
3:30 AM
College Basketball Texas Longhorns at West Virginia Mountaineers from The WVU Coliseum Texas has won the past three meetings, including a 75-53 triumph on Feb. 9, as Courtney Ramey tied a career-high with 19 points; West Virginia is 8-0 at home.
5:00 AM
High School Basketball Spalding HoopHall Classic: Rancho Christian Eagles at DeMatha Stags from Blake Arena in Springfield, Mass. USC signee Evan Mobley, the No. 1 ranked recruit in the 2020 ESPN 100, leads Rancho Christian; Earl Timberlake and Hunter Dickinson highlight DeMatha.
6:30 AM
High School Basketball Spalding HoopHall Classic: Sierra Canyon Trailblazers at Paul VI Panthers from Blake Arena in Springfield, Mass. B.J. Boston and Ziaire Williams, both top-15 recruits in the 2020 class, along with Bronny James, lead Sierra Canyon against Jeremy Roach and Paul VI.
8:00 AM
High School Basketball 2018 McDonald's All American Game from Philips Arena in Atlanta Duke signee R.J. Barrett and the East face Duke signee Cam Reddish and the West in the 41st annual showcase of the elite high school talent.
10:00 AM
College Basketball State Farm Champions Classic: Duke Blue Devils vs Kentucky Wildcats from Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis No. 4 Duke welcomes a freshman class of the top three 2018 recruits, led by Zion Williamson; No. 2 Kentucky won the last meeting, 74-63, back in 2015.
11:30 AM
College Basketball Duke Blue Devils at Wake Forest Demon Deacons from Lawrence Joel Coliseum No. 1 Duke (21-1) has won the past eight meetings, including 89-71 and 84-70 last season; Wake Forest (7-6) is coming off a 92-79 loss against Georgia Tech.
1:00 PM
College Basketball Syracuse Orange at Duke Blue Devils from Cameron Indoor Stadium Duke, which is 9-0 at home this season, won both meetings with Syracuse last season, including a 69-65 win in the Sweet 16 of the 2018 NCAA Tournament.
2:30 PM
College Basketball Virginia Cavaliers at Duke Blue Devils from Cameron Indoor Stadium No. 4 Virginia (16-0, 4-0) is holding opponents to 51.7 ppg, best in the nation; No. 1 Duke (14-2, 3-1) is 9-1 at home behind RJ Barrett and Zion Williamson.
4:00 PM
College Basketball Duke Blue Devils at Notre Dame Fighting Irish from Purcell Pavilion at the Joyce Center Duke won its last four meetings with Notre Dame after losing five of the previous six, including an 88-70 win in the 2018 ACC Tournament quarterfinals.
5:30 PM
College Basketball Duke Blue Devils at Pittsburgh Panthers from Petersen Events Center No. 2 Duke (15-2, 4-1), which is third in the nation with 89.2 ppg, won five of its last six vs. Pittsburgh (12-6, 2-3), including an 87-52 road win last year.
7:00 PM
College Basketball Illinois Fighting Illini at Purdue Boilermakers from Mackey Arena No. 21 Illinois (13-5, 5-2) beat Purdue (10-8, 3-4), 63-37, on Jan. 5 behind 16 points and 12 rebounds from Alan Griffin after losing the previous four.
9:00 PM
College Basketball Texas A&M Aggies at Missouri Tigers from Mizzou Arena Texas A&M (8-8, 2-3) won eight of its last 10 meetings with Missouri (9-8, 1-4), including a 68-59 road win last season behind Wendell Mitchell.
11:00 PM
College Basketball Air Force Falcons at Utah State Aggies from Dee Glenn Smith Spectrum Air Force (9-10, 3-4) beat Utah State (14-6, 3-4), 79-60, on Jan. 7 behind 31 points from Ryan Swan after losing four of the previous five meetings.
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