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NCAA basketball schedule: Wichita State, Oregon put unbeaten seasons on the line

Two unbeatens look to extend their season-long winning streaks, while Florida finishes 2013 at home.

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It's a quiet Sunday in college basketball, but two of the game's eight remaining unbeaten teams will be in action, looking to close 2013 on a high note.

Neither Wichita State nor Oregon should be threatened on Sunday, but after the holiday layoff and with conference play looming, good teams are always in danger of a letdown.

Here's a full look at the day's slate of games. All times Eastern:

Davidson vs. No. 10 Wichita State (3 p.m.)

Wichita State will probably not play another ranked team this regular season, and some are saying the Shockers could finish it undefeated. While that might be getting a little too far ahead, Wichita State should not struggle much against Davidson, barring a disappointing effort. The Wildcats are just 4-8, though they have beaten Georgia and Charlotte. They've also lost three in a row despite pushing the unpredictable North Carolina Tar Heels to overtime.

Morgan State vs. No. 12 Oregon (Pac-12 Network, 3 p.m.)

Oregon, the No. 1 scoring team in the country, also shouldn't have a problem keeping its undefeated season alive. The Ducks are averaging over 90 points per game and face a team that is just 3-8. Oregon is led by Joseph Young, who is flirting with a 20 point per game scoring average, while Mike Moser mans the middle, putting up 14.6 points and 7.5 rebounds a night. Things will get tougher for Oregon after this game. The Ducks travel to Utah to face a surprising Utes team that has rushed out to an 11-1 start.

Savannah State vs. No. 13 Florida (ESPN3, 3 p.m.)

Since losing to UConn on Dec. 2, Florida has won three straight, two of those games coming against ranked opponents. Next, the Gators seek their fourth victory in a row, this one coming against a struggling Savannah State team. The Tigers are just 2-10 this season, 0-10 against Division I competition. Senior Casey Prather has led Florida through the non-conference slate. He's posted 18.5 points per game, up more than 12 points from his average last year.

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