We now know the tip times for those games - and that both games will be on national television.
That's right. Both games will be part of this year's college basketball tip-off marathon on the ESPN family of networks.
Here's the full slate of games for the marathon, which this year runs for a total of 29 hours or so:
Monday, November 11
7:00 p.m.: Stanford women at Connecticut women, ESPN2
7:00 p.m.: Kent State at Temple, ESPNU
9:00 p.m.: Tennessee women at North Carolina women, ESPN2
9:00 p.m.: Colorado State at Gonzaga, ESPNU
11:00 p.m.: Brigham Young at Stanford, ESPN2
Tuesday, November 12
1:00 a.m.: Western Kentucky at Wichita State, ESPN2
3:00 a.m.: Akron at Saint Mary's (Calif.), ESPN2
5:00 a.m.: New Mexico State at Hawai'i, ESPN2
7:00 a.m.: Hartford at Florida Gulf Coast, ESPN2*
9:00 a.m.: Quinnipiac at La Salle, ESPN2
11:00 a.m.: Louisiana State at Massachusetts, ESPN2
1:00 p.m.: West Virginia at Virginia Tech, ESPN
5:00 p.m.: South Carolina at Baylor, ESPN
7:00 p.m.: Virginia Commonwealth at Virginia, ESPN2
7:30 p.m.: Kentucky vs. Michigan State, ESPN (Champions Classic at United Center/Chicago, Ill.)
9:00 p.m.: Florida at Wisconsin, ESPN2
10:00 p.m.: Kansas vs. Duke, ESPN (Champions Classic at United Center/Chicago, Ill.)
* - Are Florida Gulf Coast kids capable of doing anything at that hour? Also, Hartford is coached by former La Salle and Penn assistant John Gallagher. So there's another reason to watch, even though "Dunk City" creator Andy Enfield isn't in Fort Myers anymore.