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Wednesday, February 9, 2005
Updated: February 10, 11:31 AM ET
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The maps below detail home market protected games -- areas which will see their home-market games in their entirety. The rest of the country will be part of ESPN2's whiparound coverage, where ESPN2 will take viewers to the best action from different games.

3 p.m. ET (ESPN2)

Regionalization/Home Market Protection: In the home markets of the competing teams, ESPN2 will televise the game of local interest. While constant updates from the other games will be provided, the networks, for the most part, will not switch to another game during live action, thereby establishing home market protection. The games listed below are scheduled to be shown in their entirety in their home-market areas:
Black: Whiparound Coverage: ESPN2 plans to "whiparound" to the best action from different games for viewers in most of the nation. Each window will start with one particular game and the networks plan frequent switches to and updates from other games as action dictates.
  • Duke vs. Maryland
  • Kansas State vs. Oklahoma
  • Vanderbilt vs. Tennessee
  • TCU vs. DePaul
    Satellite subscribers in the regionalized areas will see the game in its entirety on an ESPN alternate channel. DIRECTV will provide the game on channel 210, while the DISH Network will air the game on channel 145.


    5 p.m. ET (ESPN2)

    Regionalization/Home Market Protection: In the home markets of the competing teams, ESPN2 will televise the game of local interest. While constant updates from the other games will be provided, the networks, for the most part, will not switch to another game during live action, thereby establishing home market protection. The games listed below are scheduled to be shown in their entirety in their home-market areas:
    Black: Whiparound Coverage: ESPN2 plans to "whiparound" to the best action from different games for viewers in most of the nation. Each window will start with one particular game and the networks plan frequent switches to and updates from other games as action dictates.
  • UConn vs. Rutgers
  • New Mexico vs. Utah
  • Purdue vs. Minnesota
  • Texas Tech vs. Texas
    Satellite subscribers in the regionalized areas will see the game in its entirety on an ESPN alternate channel. DIRECTV will provide the game on channel 211, while the DISH Network will air the game on channel 146.