Federer/Del Potro off the board 10:35 a.m. ET
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The Streak quiets down on Monday, but there are still nine matchups on our slate. It's primarily basketball, with one soccer match and a new kind of tennis proposition.
The footie stays in Italy - this time it's Serie B as Treviso visits Ancona. Treviso gets the Draw.
The first of two ESPN college basketball games starts at 7:00 p.m. when Big East contenders Marquette and Notre Dame clash in South Bend. The outcome will depend on whether Marquette's talented guards can overcome the Irish' strength down low.
NCAA men's basketball - Oklahoma Sooners at Oklahoma State Cowboys
Blake Griffin leads Oklahoma to Stillwater where the Sooners take on the undersized Cowboys. Early Streakers favor Oklahoma by a more than 100-1 margin, but the sportsbooks see the game as quite a bit tighter as they currently make Oklahoma only a two point favorite. The crowd will be loud - will that carry the Cowboys to an upset?
Our night closes in Los Angeles, where the hapless Clippers host the Portland Trail Blazers. The one bright spot for the Clips this year has been rookie guard Eric Gordon, and the Streak puts him in a "more points" matchup for the second straight night; this time, he faces Portland star Brandon Roy.
Streakers finally got in to a groove as they won early and often on their way to a 70 percent record for the day. The Pitt Panthers led the way with their solid defeat of the West Virginia Mountaineers.