College basketball schedule: Memphis gets a rematch with Oklahoma State at Old Spice Classic

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Oklahoma State blew out Memphis on Nov. 19 and the Tigers have revenge on their minds at the Old Spice Classic.

Oklahoma State beat Memphis 101-80 on Nov. 19, and the game wasn't even that close. The Cowboys led by as many as 34 behind 39 points from Marcus Smart, and the blowout is still fresh in Tigers' memories.

Fortunately for Memphis, it will have a chance to avenge that loss on Sunday, this time with a championship on the line. The two teams will face off in the Old Spice Classic championship game in Orlando, highlighting a big day for the Top 25.

Here are all the games to watch. All times Eastern:

No. 12 Wichita State vs. Saint Louis (1 p.m., CBSSN)

Fresh off a CBE Classic championship, the Shockers take on fellow mid-major power Saint Louis in what should be a fun matinee. The two teams are a combined 13-1 to start the year, with the lone loss a six-point defeat for the Billikens against No. 10 Wisconsin. Dwayne Evans has scored at least 11 points in every game for Saint Louis so far this season, while Ron Baker's 41 percent shooting from three leads the Shockers. The Billikens most recently beat Old Dominion to capture third place in the Cancun Challenge.

Hardin-Simmons vs. No. 18 Baylor (3 p.m.)

Hardin-Simmons is a Division III school off to an 0-3 start. It will also be playing its second game in as many days. Baylor is a top-20 Division I school that beat Hardin-Simmons by 69 points last year for the most lopsided win in school history. This one seems fair. I'd imagine Hardin-Simmons is getting a pretty hefty check to drive the three hours to Waco for this one.

No. 16 North Carolina vs. UAB (6 p.m.)

On the surface, this matchup might not raise many eyebrows. But this should be a good challenge for a North Carolina team that has plenty of reasons to be concerned so far this season. The Tar Heels have lost to Belmont at home and struggled against Holy Cross and Richmond. This will be their first true road game of the season, with a nationally televised showdown with No. 1 Michigan State looming. For UAB, keep an eye on Chad Frazier. The junior guard has scored more than 30 points twice this season.

George Washington vs. No. 20 Creighton (Wooden Legacy Third-Place Game, 6:30 p.m., ESPNU)

Creighton was upset by San Diego State on Friday and will try to bounce back against a solid George Washington team. The Colonials lost to Marquette in the semis but beat a struggling Miami team the day before. They have yet to beat a team as talented as Creighton, however. Doug McDermott is the nation's third-leading scorer and has become a household name. But the Bluejays are more than just one player. Devin Brooks, Ethan Wragge and Austin Chatman also post double-figure scoring averages for Creighton.

No. 5 Oklahoma State vs. No. 21 Memphis (Old Spice Classic Championship, 7:30 p.m., ESPN2)

Somehow, Butler was able to slow down Oklahoma State's explosive offense in the semis, but still, the Cowboys found a way. Oklahoma State scored just 69 points -- 24 points less than its previous season-low -- but was saved by a pair of missed free throws from the Bulldogs in the closing seconds. The Tigers reached the title game with a seven-point win over LSU. Austin Nichols led Memphis with 19 points and eight rebounds.

Coppin State vs. No. 11 Gonzaga (8 p.m.)

Coppin State has already visited a west-coast gym and come away with an unexpected win. The Eagles beat Oregon State by five three weeks ago, before returning home to get blown out by Wagner. The Oregon State win is the only one against Division I competition for Coppin State, and its hard to come up with a reason why the Eagles would have a shot against Gonzaga. The Bulldogs are coming off two wins in Maui, highlighted by that 34-point performance from Kevin Pangos against Arkansas.

Providence vs. No. 3 Kentucky (at Brooklyn, N.Y., 8:30 p.m.)

Kentucky gets to bring Big Blue Nation to New York City on Sunday with a primetime game against the Friars. Though geographically Providence is much closer to Barclays Center, expect this to be like a Kentucky home game. The well-traveled Wildcat faithful will get to see a Kentucky team that has proven it could play with the best teams in the country, but also struggled against some lesser competition. The Wildcats will have their hands full against all-Big East first team honoree Bryce Cotton, who has gone from roll player to superstar in his four-year career at Providence.

No. 25 Marquette vs. San Diego State (Wooden Legacy Championship, 9:30 p.m., ESPN2)

The late-night game on ESPN2 looks like it will be a great one. San Diego State will try and knock off its second Big East team at the Wooden Legacy, while Marquette plays to avoid its third loss in eight games this season. Senior Davante Gardner dropped 20 on George Washington in the Golden Eagles' semifinal game, while Xavier Thames' 26 points lifted the Aztecs to the mild upset over Creighton.

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