College basketball schedule: No. 13 Kansas faces No. 19 Florida

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Tuesday night features a clash of top 20 teams looking to make a statement with a quality early-season victory.

On a weeknight featuring four ranked teams in action, the marquee matchup of the night certainly goes to the No. 13 Kansas Jayhawks battling the host No. 19 Florida Gators.

The game airs at 7 p.m. ET on ESPN.

Kansas comes into the game 6-2, but has dropped two of the last three. Bill Self's group started the season with five straight wins including a 94-83 victory over the Duke Blue Devils in Chicago. However, the Jayhawks have lost to the Villanova Wildcats and Colorado Buffaloes in the last 10 days.

Florida is also sitting at 6-2, and in the midst of perhaps its toughest part of the schedule. Billy Donovan scheduled a brutal non-conference slate, and the Gators find themselves playing the second game of three consecutive contests against ranked opponents. In its last game on Dec. 2, UConn beat Florida 65-64.

Here's a look at the rest of tonight's big games:

Boise State at No. 11 Kentucky (9 p.m. ET, ESPN)

No. 20 Gonzaga at West Virginia (9 p.m. ET, ESPN2)

Oakland at Indiana (7 p.m. ET, ESPN2)

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