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Friday, October 14, 2011
Where can you watch Midnight Madness?

By staff

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)