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|Games to Watch|
Louisville at Memphis, Wednesday
Ancient rivals will go their separate ways when Conference USA fractures in 2005, which means this could be the last time the Cardinals play in Memphis. Considering that someone once threw a switchblade on the floor during a Cardinals-Tigers game at the old Mid-South Coliseum, Louisville might not miss it much. Calipari and Pitino can compare tailors before tipoff.
Marquette at DePaul, Saturday
Golden Eagles looking to sustain momentum gained in Freedom Hall upset last week. Blue Demons looking for quality wins to help stay on the periphery of the NCAA Tournament picture.
South Carolina at Kentucky, Saturday
Gamecocks finally threw in a clunker, giving up 79 points at Ole Miss last week. A win here would be huge in Carolina's bid to win the East for the first time since 1997.
Georgia Tech at Tennessee, Saturday
Volunteers have been infinitely better at home than on the road and have yet another opportunity against a ranked team, following narrow losses in Thompson-Boling to Kentucky and Louisville and a narrow win over Florida.
Mississippi at Mississippi State, Saturday
Another game that definitely fits the Rivalry Week motif. Ole Miss is playing better, but State is playing best of anyone in the league right now.