Eleven college basketball games in 24 hours on the ESPN Family of Networks.
Are you up for it?
Last year, we live blogged each game throughout the day from midnight to midnight and provided commentary, analysis and a couple of picks. Along the way, BTB Forum members participated in our contest and bet every game. (Some even skipped work.)
ESPN’s “24 hours of hoops” schedule has already been announced. It will will begin on Tuesday, Nov. 13, with Gonzaga hosting West Virginia in a midnight matchup. The final game will be between Duke and Kentucky in Atlanta.
We’ll have more details as it gets closer. In the meantime, you can find last year’s forum thread by clicking here.
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Midnight: West Virginia at Gonzaga
2 a.m.: Davidson at New Mexico
4 a.m.: Houston Baptist at Hawaii
6 a.m.: Stony Brook at Rider
8 a.m.: Northern Illinois at Valparaiso
10 a.m.: Harvard at Massachusetts
12 p.m.: Temple at Kent State
2 p.m.: Detroit at St. John’s
4 p.m.: Butler at Xavier
7 p.m.: Michigan State vs. Kansas (Champions Classic, Georgia Dome, Atlanta)
30 minutes following MSU/KU: Duke vs. Kentucky (Champions Classic)