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2014 Michigan vs Ohio State NCAA basketball live stream, TV info, Vegas odds

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The NCAA basketball live stream and TV schedule for Tuesday, Feb. 11 has several key match-ups that will have possible conference titles outcomes at stake. One particular game will be the Michigan Wolverines taking on the Ohio State Buckeyes.

Just how big is this game tonight?

According to an ESPN report on Feb. 10, fans were camping out in below zero temperatures waiting for prime seats for Tuesday night's big game against Michigan. OSU players and their fans know that if they want a shot at the Big Ten regular season title tonight is a must win for the Buckeyes. Add to that OSU is playing Michigan, the always hated Wolverines, their biggest sports rival in the Big Ten in every sport - fans know this is must see TV.

"The fans get a little more excited about it," senior point guard Aaron Craft said. "It's always great to feed off your own fans' energy. There's people out there camping outside right now in this weather. That makes you want to play a little harder."

Ohio State (19-5, 6-5 Big Ten) is on a bit of a roll as they come into tonight’s contest having won 3 in a row, but overall this team has been the least strongest at OSU over the past few seasons. Nevertheless, at 19-5, the Buckeyes know a win over the Big Ten leading Wolverines is just what they need.

On the other hand, Michigan (17-6, 9-2) is coming off an 85-67 loss at Iowa on Saturday and will be playing its third road game in 10 days. That may not sound like much, but in college that is actually quite a lot of traveling. Add to that the Wolverines have not won in Columbus in more than 11 years and you have all the makings for an OSU victory, but Michigan won’t go down without a battle.

Las Vegas odds makers have Ohio State as a 4 point favorite with an over/under number set at 129.

You can catch all the action for this key Big Ten match-up on starting at 9:00 p.m. EST on ESPN and streaming live online on WatchESPN.