College Basketball Schedule, TV Times And More: No. 19 UConn Hosts Notre Dame

The weekend's college basketball schedule, complete with channels and times, customized for the Boston sports fan. All times ET.

Most Boston area college basketball teams will be in action this weekend.

Highlighting this weekend's games is the No. 19 Connecticut Huskies vs. the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. The Huskies will host the Irish on Sunday at noon. UConn won the first meeting this season, 67-53, on Jan. 14. The win snapped a 29-game home winning streak for Notre Dame. UConn freshman guard Ryan Boatright has been sitting out since right before that first game against Notre Dame took place as the NCAA checks on his eligibility.

The No. 23 Harvard Crimson will be visitors against Brown on Saturday at 6 p.m.

Here's the schedule of Boston area college basketball teams playing this weekend:

Saturday, 1/28

Hofstra at Northeastern (12 p.m., TV: TCN, CSN New England, MSG+)

Saint Louis at UMass (2 p.m., TV: CSN New England)

Colgate at Holy Cross (5 p.m., TV: CBS Sports Network)

No. 23 Harvard at Brown (6 p.m., TV: None)

Sunday, 1/29

Notre Dame at No. 19 UConn (12 p.m., TV: SNY/ESPN3)

Miami at Boston College (1 p.m., TV: TV38/ESPN3)

For more UConn basketball coverage, visit our team page or our blog The UConn Blog. For more Boston College basketball coverage, visit our team page or our blog BC Interruption.

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