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Sports TV Schedule For March 12: Where To Watch NCAA Conference Tournaments

Saturday is a huge day for college hoops, as the various big conference tournaments wind down and we inch closer to Selection Sunday, when the NCAA Tournament field is announced. Here's a list of where to watch each of the big conference tournaments today.

ACC Tournament:

North Carolina vs. Clemson: The first ACC semifinal pits a North Carolina team that barely topped Miami in the quarterfinals against a surging Clemson squad looking to nail down its NCAA Tournament bid for good with a win. 1 p.m., ESPN/ACC Network

Duke vs. Virginia Tech: The Hokies barely advanced past Florida State, in a win that likely punched an NCAA Tournament bid after three years of being just outside the NCAA bubble. Duke, meanwhile, could be without ACC Player of the Year Nolan Smith, who suffered a toe injury in the win over Maryland.

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Big East Tournament:

Connecticut vs. Louisville: The Big East Championship game pits Kemba Walker and No. 9 seed Connecticut against No. 3 seed Louisville. The Huskies are looking to knock off their fourth straight ranked opponent and win the title after playing in the opening round, while the Cardinals look to follow up their big win over Notre Dame with a Big East championship. 9 p.m., ESPN

Atlantic 10 Tournament

Dayton vs. St. Joseph's: The No. 9 and No. 12 seeds will do battle after monumental upsets in the quarterfinals. 1 p.m., CBS College Sports

Temple vs. Richmond: The Spiders are probably in the NCAA Tournament, but a win over a ranked opponent like Temple would probably seal the deal. 3:30 p.m., CBS College Sports

MEAC Tournament Final

Morgan State vs. Hampton: Morgan State looks for its third straight MEAC Tournament title, but Hampton is a hot, tough team that routed Norfolk State in the semifinals on Friday. Morgan State got here by upsetting top-seeded Bethune-Cookman in the semifinals. 2 p.m., ESPN2