What to watch as you realize that two futures are melting into one...
Buffalo Sabres @ Montreal Canadiens -- 6:30 PM, Versus -- Buffalo is in tenth place in the East, four points back of the playoffs. If they played in the West, Buffalo would be third-to-last in the entire conference.
Dallas Stars @ Edmonton Oilers -- 8:00 PM, FS Southwest -- It's cold out there, so the Stars will probably fatten up on the worst team in the NHL.
UEFA Champions League: AC Milan vs. Tottenham Hotspur -- 1:30 PM, Fox Soccer Channel -- Soccer War: I'm on Team Ibrahimovic.
UEFA Champions League: Valencia vs. Schalke 04 -- 1:30 PM, Fox Sports Houston -- In honor of Valentines Day, I'm going to give someone a Tim Hoogland.
Maryland Terrapins @ Virginia Tech Hokies -- 7 PM, ESPN3.com -- This is what the kids at the table call a "bubble burster." Don't ask why though.
Villanova Wildcats @ Seton Hall PIrates -- 7 PM, ESPN3.com -- Ah, Seton Hall. That team is going to tear up the CBI this year!
St. John's Red Storm @ Marquette Golden Eagles -- 8 PM, ESPNU -- Yes, the best game broadcast on ESPN is going to be on ESPNU and involve that massively overrated Red Storm team. Yep.
George Mason Patriots @ Va. Commonwealth Rams -- 6 PM, ESPNU -- What have you done for me lately, George Mason?
Butler Bulldogs @ Wis.-Green Bay Phoenix -- 7 PM, ESPN3.com -- The fifth-best game on a four game night.
Michigan St. Spartans @ Ohio St. Buckeyes -- 8 PM, ESPN -- I'd like to say this is going to be a good game, but Sparty just ain't that good, kids.
Texas Tech Red Raiders @ Missouri Tigers -- 6 PM, ESPN2 -- Today is "sacrificial lamb to good teams at home" night on the ESPN family, apparently.
Ohio Bobcats @ Buffalo Bulls -- 6:30 PM, ESPN3.com -- DJ Cooper is pretty lonely this year. I don't think there are any NCAA tourney runs coming up this time around, guys.
Mississippi St. Bulldogs @ Kentucky Wildcats -- 6 PM, ESPN -- To shreds you say? How about his wife? To shreds you say?
Wake Forest Demon Deacons @ North Carolina Tar Heels -- 7 PM, ESPN3.com -- Tim Duncan and Chris Paul are a long way away. So is Skip Prosser.