Key matchups dominate College Basketball action

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The final weekend of the College Basketball regular season features some great matchups as teams jockey for position for the conference tournaments and the Big Dance.

It gets started Saturday with a Big 12 game between the conference-leading No. 2 Kansas Jayhawks and the No. 24 Missouri Tigers at the Mizzou Arena (12 pm ET, CBS).

This matchup doesn’t have the same impact on the conference standings that other weekend games will, but Kansas (28-2 SU, 13-2 Big 12) has won four straight and will be looking to head into the Big 12 Tournament on a roll while Missouri (22-8 SU, 8-7 Big 12) has stumbled down the stretch and needs to pick up its game.

The most pivotal game of the weekend takes place Saturday night, when the No. 4 Duke Blue Devils visit the No. 13 North Carolina Tar Heels at the Dean E. Smith Center in a battle for first place in the ACC (8 pm ET, CBS).

The surging Tar Heels (23-6 SU, 13-2 ACC) have won six straight with their last defeat coming against the Blue Devils on Feb. 9, a 79-73 road loss. That game is North Carolina's only setback since Jan. 16, as the Tar Heels have won 12 of their past 13. Duke (27-3 SU, 13-2 ACC) has won eight of its past nine.

Get NCAAB Oddsfor this key matchup at betED.com.

On Sunday, another red-hot team, the No. 10 Wisconsin Badgers, face the No. 1 Ohio State Buckeyes at the Value City Arena (4 pm ET, CBS).

The Badgers have won 10 of their past 12, and handed the Buckeyes their first loss of the season in a 71-67 win on Feb. 12.

Check out College Basketball Odds for all the matchups this weekend at betED.com.

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