FRIDAY James Madison takes its unbeaten record to Norfolk to face conference rival Old Dominion. UCLA hosts Stanford in a battle of talented teams looking to build momentum for the stretch run. SATURDAY UNC Greensboro, the other undefeated team in the country and consensus No. 1 this week, goes to Charlotte to fave a team that's already upset Saint Louis and South Carolina. Virginia Commonwealth heads up I-95 to take on Maryland in a game that will be very big in the regional rankings. Saint Louis, looking to bounce back after a loss to Cincinnati, plays at Memphis and, get this - Memphis is the ranked team. (At least in the NSCAA poll.) In a game between two good teams that badly need a win, Seton Hall hosts UConn. The loser likely needs to win out, and get a W in its conference tourney, to make the NCAAs. Virginia, which barely beat one-win Longwood Wednesday, hosts a Duke team that has dropped its last two conference games. Clemson, which has yet to get a quality win this year, goes to Wake Forest, which is looking to establish some momentum and consistency. SUNDAY Indiana goes to Ohio State in a battle that will likely decide the Big Ten's regular season championship. UCLA hosts Cal in another key Pac-10 game. NC State goes down the road to North Carolina in a game that could see the loser's NCAA hopes take a big hit. James Madison finished its run through Tidewater with a game at William & Mary, which is looking to get back into the polls. Michigan looks to get back into the polls with a win at Northwestern, which is looking to show last week's upset of Indiana wasn't a fluke.