Florida at Kentucky, Saturday at 2 p.m., CBS3:
The Wildcats go for the undefeated regular season, which appears to be just a formality against a Florida team that began the season with a No. 7 ranking but enters this game at .500 (15-15). While the Gators would love to salvage a sorry season with the year's most significant upset, it appears nothing will get in the way of the Big Blue train here.
Michigan State at Indiana, Saturday at noon, ESPN:
The Hoosiers have lost seven of 11 since finding themselves ranked No. 22 on Jan. 26 and need a win here to retain their tenuous hold on the NCAA bubble.
Stanford at Arizona, Saturday at 4 p.m., CBS3:
The Wildcats would appear to have the best shot of overtaking Villanova as a No. 1 seed should the Main Line Cats falter before next Sunday.
Virginia at Louisville, Saturday at 6:30 p.m., ESPN:
The Cardinals' Feb. 7 loss at Virginia began a 4-4 stretch entering this contest, and the home team could sure use a win to take some momentum into the ACC tournament.
Duke at North Carolina, Saturday at 9 p.m., ESPN:
The Blue Devils won a 92-90 decision in their first meeting against the Tar Heels, and a repeat at the Dean Dome will clinch the No. 2 seed in the ACC tourney.
Tulsa at SMU, Sunday at 3 p.m., ESPNU:
The American Athletic Conference showdown in Dallas will determine the regular-season champion, and hurt or help the visiting Golden Hurricane's NCAA chances.
- Joe Juliano