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The television slate is complete for the final season of Bracket Busters. The list is not without its star matchups for teams that need one more win to prove something to the committee.
We will have more on these games later tonight, but we would be remiss if we didn't post the televised Bracket Buster games as the event moves into its final season.
Not that it is ending a bit too soon, although you are already well aware of our feelings on that topic.
Obviously the highlight of the weekend's games will be Creighton heading to St. Mary's which should prove to be a showdown of not just powerhouse mid-majors for the NCAA Tournament, but could be a crucial seeding opportunity for the Gaels.
Other games that have some important implications include Ohio's trip to Belmont, Montana against Davidson in a battle of stellar guards, and Detroit's trip into Wichita State.
Here is the complete lineup for the televised Bracket Buster games, courtesy of our friends at ESPN:
Friday, Feb. 22
North Dakota State at Akron, ESPN2, 7 ET
Stephen F. Austin at Long Beach State, ESPNU, 9 ET
Saturday, Feb. 23
Iona at Indiana State, ESPNU, 11 a.m. ET
Eastern Kentucky at Valparaiso, ESPNU, 1 ET
Canisius at Vermont, ESPN3, 1 ET
Pacific at Western Michigan, ESPN3, 2 ET
Montana at Davidson, ESPNU, 3 ET
Northwestern State at Niagara, ESPN3, 3 ET
Detroit at Wichita State, ESPN/2, 4 ET
Creighton at Saint Mary's, ESPN/2, 6 ET
South Dakota State at Murray State, ESPN2, 8 ET
Denver at Northern Iowa, ESPN3, 8 ET
Ohio at Belmont, ESPN2, 10 ET