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Syracuse, Connecticut, and Louisville to Participate in ESPNU Midnight Madness

College basketball season is almost here, and that means midnight madness will be going on all over the country. ESPN announced today that a number of the top programs in the country will have their initial practice televised as part of a nationwide celebration of the opening of basketball season. On October 14, on ESPNU, top ranked North Carolina, #2 Kentucky, #4 Syracuse, #5 Duke, #6 Connecticut, and #9 Louisville will all have their initial practices broadcast on ESPNU. 

Here's the full listing of the start times and the commentators that will work the various midnight madness events on the 14th. 

Basketball Programs and Commentators Site Networks (Times ET)*
North Carolina
Stuart Scott
Dean Smith Center ESPNU and ESPN3 (7:30 p.m.)
Jimmy Dykes
Rupp Arena ESPNU and ESPN3 (7:30 p.m.)
Rich Hollenberg and Tim Welsh
Carrier Dome ESPNU and ESPN3 (8 p.m.)
Lou Canellis and Bill Raftery
Cameron Indoor Stadium ESPNU and ESPN3 (8 p.m.)
Mark Brown and Doris Burke
Gampel Pavilion ESPNU and ESPN3 (7 p.m.)
Bob Valvano
The Yum! Center ESPNU and ESPN3 (7 p.m.)
Fran Fraschilla
Ferrell Center ESPNU
Sean Farnham
Allen Field House ESPNU
Texas A&M
Dave Armstrong and Carolyn Peck
Kyle Field (football stadium) ESPNU and ESPN3 (12:45 a.m.)
Stephen Bardo
D.J. Sokol Arena ESPNU
Michigan State
Dan Dakich
Breslin Center ESPNU