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NCAA Basketball Schedule, TV Times And More: Boston College Hosts No. 5 Duke, UConn Hosts No. 12 Marquette

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

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

UConn hosts No. 12/13 Marquette at the XL Center on Saturday at noon. The Huskies are looking to move back to .500 in Big East play while Marquette enters the game 10-3 in league play. Both UConn and Marquette enter the game having come off of a win.

Northeastern hosts America East-leader Stony Brook in a Sears BracketBusters matchup at 1 p.m. on Saturday. The Huskies are 4-2 all-time in BracketBusters play and are participating in the BracketBusters event for the seventh straight season. Northeastern will be live streaming the game free of charge.

Boston U. also has a BracketBusters matchup with Loyola (Md.) on Sunday at noon. Boston goes into the game second in America East and is 4-0 in BracketBusters play all-time. Loyola is on a four-game wining streak. Boston won the only meeting between the two schools in 1996.

On Sunday at 6 p.m., Boston College hosts No. 5/4 Duke at the Silvio O. Conte Forum. Boston College is only 3-9 in ACC play this season, but the Eagles already scored a major upset win in their last home game when they defeated Florida State on Feb. 8. Nevertheless, BC will have their work cut out for them against ACC-leader Duke on Sunday.

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

Saturday, 2/18

No. 12/13 Marquette at UConn (12 p.m., TV: ESPN/ESPN3)

Stony Brook at Northeastern (1 p.m., Radio: WRBB 104.9-FM )

Bucknell at Holy Cross (4 p.m., TV: none)

La Salle at UMass (6 p.m., TV: CBS Sports Network)

Yale at Harvard (7 p.m., TV: none)

Sunday, 2/19

Boston U. at Loyola (Md.) (12 p.m., TV: none)

No. 5/4 Duke at Boston College (6 p.m., TV: ESPNU)

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