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Highlighting the biggest mid-major games from CBS Sports’s loaded TV schedule

Here are the games to circle on your calendar.

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CBS released it’s full college basketball broadcast schedule Monday morning, which is always a delight for fans looking for an opportunity to watch their team in the spotlight.

In addition to the usual dose of Power 5 conferences, CBS and CBS Sports Network will also air games from the Atlantic 10, CAA, Conference USA, Missouri Valley, MAC, Mountain West, NEC, Patriot League, Southland and West Coast Conference.

Here are some of the biggest games to mark on your calendar.

Nov. 5: Utah at Nevada, CBSSN
Nov. 8: Auburn vs. Davidson, CBSSN
Nov. 8: ECU vs. Navy, CBSSN
Nov. 13: Oklahoma State at Charleston, CBSSN
Nov. 16: USC at Nevada, CBSSN
Nov. 20: BYU at Boise State, CBSSN
Nov. 22: LSU vs. Utah State, CBSSN
Nov. 24: LSU vs. Rhode Island, CBSSN
Nov. 29: VCU vs. Purdue, CBSSN
Dec. 3: Vermont at Cincinnati, CBBSN
Dec. 3: Bradley at Memphis, CBSSN
Dec. 21: Dayton vs. Colorado, CBSSN
Jan. 4: San Diego State at Utah State, CBSSN
Jan. 8: Davidson at Rhode Island, CBSSN
Jan. 10: Buffalo at Miami OH, CBSSN
Jan. 11: Rhode Island at VCU, CBSSN
Jan. 14: VCU at Dayton, CBSSN
Jan. 16: Old Dominion at Western Kentucky, CBSSN
Jan. 18: Saint Mary’s at Pepperdine, CBSSN
Jan. 20: Bucknell at Colgate, CBSSN
Jan. 22: UNLV at Nevada, CBSSN
Jan. 28: Richmond at VCU, CBSSN
Jan. 30: Charleston at James Madison, CBSSN
Jan. 30: Pepperdine at BYU, CBSSN
Feb. 6: Louisiana Tech at Western Kentucky, CBSSN
Feb. 11: Rhode Island at Dayton, CBSSN
Feb. 13: Marshall at UTSA, CBSSN
Feb. 18: Dayton at VCU, CBSSN
Feb. 22: Loyola Chicago at Missouri State, CBSSN
Feb. 22: Rhode Island at Davidson, CBSSN
Feb. 29: Utah State at New Mexico, CBSSN