2012 Atlantic 10 Tournament Championship, St. Bonaventure Vs. Xavier: Game Time, TV Schedule And More

St. Bonaventure and Xavier will meet in the 2012 Atlantic 10 Championship on Sunday in a matchup that could have significant bubble implications. While it's unclear whether or not Xavier is in the field as an at-large, St. Bonaventure almost certainly needs a win and the automatic berth to make the NCAA Tournament. Should the Bonnies win, it's possible another bubble team gets knocked out of contention.

The Bonnies find themselves a player for the A-10's automatic bid after two close wins in the quarterfinal and semifinal rounds. St. Joe's was the first victim, with the Bonnies taking a 71-68 win to move on to the semifinals. On Saturday, St. Bonaventure knocked off UMass, who previously took out top-seeded Temple, to move to within one game of a certain NCAA Tournament bid.

Xavier's road to the A-10 title game almost ended before it began. In the quarterfinals, the Musketeers had to hang on tight for a one-point win over Dayton. But on Saturday, Xavier bounced back strong, cruising to a seven-point win over Saint Louis.

Here is the information for Sunday's Atlantic 10 Championship. The latest bracket can be found here.

Time: 1 p.m. Eastern

TV information: CBS

For more on the Atlantic 10 men's basketball tournament 2012, be sure to check out our StoryStream and SB Nation D.C.'s StoryStream.

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