College basketball anchors Saturday's schedule, with five ranked teams involved in various matchups. There's also early-morning golf and afternoon soccer. Later on, two of the NBA's best teams do battle in Salt Lake City. In the final matchup, Edmonton hosts Vancouver in a classic Canadian clash.
At South Africa's Alfred Dunhill Championship, Len Mattiace is back up on the board, this time taking on Englishman Robert Rock. Can Len stay ahead of the field, or will the Brit take him down? Stake your claim by 5:10 AM Eastern to be part of the action.
Speaking of England, the EPL showcases Manchester City vs. Everton at 10 AM. With Manchester a heavy favorite, we're giving the draw to Everton to even up the odds.
ESPN's college doubleheader tips off at noon when the #8 Tennessee Volunteers visit the Temple Owls. Our matchup here is a scoring battle between Tennessee's Tyler Smith (fresh off a triple double) and Temple's Dionte Christmas (averaging 19 points per game). 'Tis the season? The second game sends UMass to Kansas City to battle the Jayhawks. For this game Streakers can decide between Ricky Harris and his 21+ points per game, or junior guard Sherron Collins, averaging nearly 18 points.
NCAA Basketball: Xavier @ Cincinnatti
In a matchup that some call the best rivalry there is, the #9 Musketeers make the short trip to take on the Bearcats. Catch the action on ESPN2 at 8 PM. Early Streakers are overwhelmingly siding with Xavier, but Cincinnatti is well-rested and on their home floor.
At 9 PM, the Orlando Magic visit the Jazz. The Magic could be flat after two straight final-seconds thrillers - after beating Portland on Tuesday via a Hedo Turkoglu prayer, Phoenix paid them back in kind Friday night when Grant Hill's layup with 2.7 seconds left gave the Suns a one-point win.
After Friday's first three matchups, Streakers were on a record-breaking pace with a scorching 84% winning percentage. Alas, it was not to continue: Atlanta upset Miami, the Devils outslugged the Rangers, the Bulls fell to the Grizz, and we were back to even. The golf couldn't have been more exciting, as both matchups were one-stroke victories on the final hole - even the scores were the same (68-69). Our newest soccer prop also had some drama, as Ajax scored only 5 minutes past the allotted time.