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College Basketball Schedule, TV Times And More: Baylor Is Looking To End Their Two-Game Losing Streak

Baylor is looking to rebound after losing back-to-back games against Kansas State and Kansas, and will likely knock Baylor out of the top 10 when the latest rankings come out. Their first game is against Oklahoma who has struggled in conference play and has a 2-4 record so Baylor should be able to bounce back in the win column. The game against Texas could be different, because Texas has the potential to be a really good team. They nearly beat Kansas on Saturday, but they have also lost their last three games and also were defeated by Iowa State.

TCU will be battling for conference standings position when they take on Air Force in a winnable game, but later in the week they take on New Mexico at the Pit which will likely result in a loss.

SMU is in the same position as TCU as they are just an average team in their league, but SMU has a chance to move into the top-third of Conference USA when they take on Tulane and Tulsa this week.

Tuesday Jan. 24

Baylor Bears at Oklahoma Sooners 8 p.m. ET (ESPN3)

Iowa St. Cyclones at Texas Longhorns 9 p.m. ET (Longhorn Network)

Wednesday Jan. 25

Air Force Falcons at TCU Horned Frogs 7:30 p.m. ET (The Mtn.)

SMU Mustangs at Tulane Green Wave 8 p.m. (C-USA Network)

Saturday Jan. 28

Texas Longhorns at Baylor Bears 1 p.m. ET (CBS)

Tulsa Golden Hurricane at SMU Mustangs 3 p.m. ET (Fox Sports Net)

TCU Horned Frogs at New Mexico Lobos 6 p.m. ET (The Mtn.)

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