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Programs for ESPNU on Monday, January 20, 2020
12:00 AM
College Wrestling Penn State Nittany Lions vs Rutgers Scarlet Knights from REC Hall No. 2 Penn State won its Jan. 12 match vs. Michigan State, 25-12; No. 22 Rutgers has won the past five meetings and last defeated No. 15 Northwestern, 30-9.
2:00 AM
College Basketball California Golden Bears at UCLA Bruins from Pauley Pavilion UCLA has won the five previous meetings with Cal, including a 75-67 overtime victory on Feb. 13, as Chris Wilkes scored 27 points and grabbed 10 rebounds.
3:30 AM
College Basketball East Carolina Pirates at Cincinnati Bearcats from Fifth Third Arena ECU (8-9, 2-2) beat Cincinnati (10-7, 3-2) last season, 73-71, behind Jayden Gardner, who leads the AAC with 21.2 ppg, after losing 12 of the first 13 meetings.
5:00 AM
College Basketball Loyola Chicago Ramblers at Illinois State Redbirds from Redbird Arena Illinois State snapped a four-game losing streak to Loyola Chicago with a 65-57 triumph on Feb. 2, as Milik Yarbrough scored 21 points.
6:30 AM
High School Basketball Spalding HoopHall Classic: Montverde Academy Eagles at IMG Academy Ascenders from Blake Arena in Springfield, Mass. Oklahoma State signee Cade Cunningham, the No. 2 recruit in 2020, leads Montverde; Duke signees Jalen Johnson and Mark Williams lead IMG Academy.
8:00 AM
College Basketball Houston Cougars at Wichita State Shockers from Charles Koch Arena Houston (13-4, 3-1) won its last three meetings with No. 16 Wichita State (15-2, 3-1), including a 79-70 win last season behind 20 points from Corey Davis Jr.
9:30 AM
College Basketball Northern Iowa Panthers at Bradley Braves from Carver Arena Northern Iowa (15-2, 3-1) beat Bradley (13-5, 4-1), 69-64, on Jan. 4 behind 35 points from AJ Green, who is second in the MVC in scoring with 19.4 ppg.
11:00 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.
12:30 PM
Spalding HoopHall Classic Studio
1:00 PM
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.
2:30 PM
Spalding HoopHall Classic Studio
3:00 PM
High School Basketball Spalding HoopHall Classic: Bishop Gorman Gaels at Oak Hill Academy Warriors from Blake Arena in Springfield, Mass. Stanford signee Noah Taitz leads Bishop Gorman; LSU signee Cameron Thomas, the No. 20 recruit in the 2020 class, highlights Oak Hill Academy.
4:30 PM
SEC Storied Coach Bernie (Repeat) New Kentucky head coach Rick Pitino hired Bernadette Locke, only the second female assistant in Division I history, to rejuvenate a probation-ridden team.
5:00 PM
High School Basketball Spalding HoopHall Classic: Montverde Academy Eagles at McEachern Indians from Blake Arena in Springfield, Mass. Oklahoma State signee Cade Cunningham, the No. 2 recruit in 2020, leads Montverde; Auburn signee Sharife Cooper, the No. 19 recruit, highlights McEachern.
6:30 PM
The Falls (Repeat)
7:00 PM
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.
9:00 PM
E:60 Pictures Paradise - From the Ashes (Repeat) An in-depth newsmagazine features a talented pool of reporters and producers from ESPN, presenting profiles, investigations and cutting-edge stories.
9:30 PM
E:60 Pictures Fight On: The Jake Olson Story (Repeat) An in-depth newsmagazine features a talented pool of reporters and producers from ESPN, presenting profiles, investigations and cutting-edge stories.
10:00 PM
SEC Storied Scramblin' Fan (Repeat) Fran Tarkenton went with his heart when he decided on Georgia over Georgia Tech and Auburn, as the QB would go on to lead the Bulldogs to an SEC title in 1959. Jay Jackson (Director)
11:00 PM
SEC Storied Maravich (Repeat) Pete Maravich is regarded as the greatest scorer in college basketball history, but inner struggles would lead him down a different path after his NBA career. Fritz Mitchell(Director)
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