Where can you watch Midnight Madness?

ESPNU Midnight Madness tips off the basketball season with more schools than ever before, including both the men’s (UConn) and women’s (Texas A&M) defending national champions. Beginning at 9 p.m. ET, a four-hour special on ESPNU will preview top college programs in whip-around coverage of 11 basketball events across the nation. In addition, seven sites will be featured live on ESPN3, starting at 7 ET.

The events being broadcast on ESPN3 are linked below for easy viewing. Here's the full lineup:

-- Connecticut with Mark Brown and Doris Burke (ESPN3 at 7 ET)

-- Louisville with Bob Valvano (ESPN3 at 7 ET)

-- North Carolina with Stuart Scott (ESPN3 at 7:30 ET)

-- Kentucky with Jimmy Dykes (ESPN3 at 7:30 ET)

-- St. John's with Tony Luftman (ESPN3 at 7:30 ET)

-- Syracuse with Rich Hollenberg and Tim Welsh (ESPN3 at 8 ET)

-- Duke with Lou Canellis and Bill Raftery (ESPN3 at 8 ET)

-- Texas A&M with Dave Armstrong and Carolyn Peck (ESPN3 at 1 a.m. ET)

-- Baylor with Fran Fraschilla (only on ESPNU)

-- Kansas with Sean Farnham (only on ESPNU)

-- Creighton with Stephen Bardo (only on ESPNU)

-- Michigan State with Dan Dakich (only on ESPNU)

-- ESPNU Midnight Madness whip-around show (9 p.m. ET to 1 a.m. ET)