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Sports TV Schedule For March 13: Selection Sunday, ACC Championship, And More

Yup, today is a huge, huge day for most sports fans. Selection Sunday is upon us, and we finally will be able to fill out our 2011 NCAA Tournament brackets. All that is preceded by several conference title games, a big hockey matchup and more. Here is your complete sports television schedule for March 13.

2011 NCAA Tournament Selection Show: Who will be the four No. 1 seeds? Who's bubble will burst? WHERE WILL HAMPTON BE SEEDED? We finally get all the answers. (6 p.m., CBS)

Duke vs. North Carolina, 2011 ACC Championship Game: The two most storied ACC franchises and the only two teams who are actually any good in the ACC this season will do battle in the conference title game for the 11th time overall an first time since 2001. The winner probably gets a No. 1 seed. (1 p.m., ESPN, FOX)

Richmond vs. Dayton, 2011 Atlantic 10 Championship Game: Bubble teams across the country will be rooting heavily for Richmond to get this win, because if Dayton takes home the crown, Richmond will likely still make the field as an at-large team. (1 p.m., CBS)

Florida vs. Kentucky, SEC Championship Game: Two solid teams do battle in the title game, as most expected they would. Kentucky, though, may be without Doron Lamb, who suffered an ankle injury at the end of the Wildcats' semifinal win over Alabama. (1 p.m., ABC)

Ohio State vs. Penn State, Big 10 Championship Game: The number one team in the land will be heavily favored against the one-man wrecking crew of Taylor Battle, but that's why they play the games. Penn State is on the bubble and would solidify its place in the NCAA Tournament with a win. (3:30 p.m., CBS)

Chicago Blackhawks vs. Washington Capitals: Hey, there's hockey too! The defending Stanley Cup Champions make their only visit to the Verizon Center to take on the streaking Capitals. It's not the same imposing Blackhawks of last year, but it's still a big game. (12:30 p.m., NBC)

Orlando Magic vs. Phoenix Suns: Dwight Howard and the Magic look to top Steve Nash and the Suns in the NBA Sunday Showcase. (3:30 p.m., ABC)

Fab Five: The much-acclaimed ESPN documentary about the Fab Five at Michigan. You won't want to miss this. (9 p.m., ESPN)