Missouri Valley Tournament 2011: TV Schedule And Game Times For Today's Match Ups

The MVC basketball tournament begins today at Scottrade Center, and those of you with Missouri Valley Conference brackets on your cubicle wall (hello, SIU-attending siblings and Missouri State-based readers) probably already have the TV schedule memorized. Those of you who are into the whole Arch Madness thing, primarily, will find an MVC tournament bracket here and a schedule below. 

Thursday kicks off with Southern Illinois and Illinois State at 6:05 PM on the MVC TV Network, which includes Fox Sports Midwest—in St. Louis Blues territory, namely St. Louis, that will be on FSN Midwest's secondary stations. Drake and Bradley will follow at 8:35, unless SIU and ISU get into a multi-overtime game for the ages, in which case I suggest waiting for further reports on this storystream. 

Friday is the big day, though—FSN Midwest will air four games, starting with number-one-seeded Missouri State against the winner of that multi-overtime game for the ages at 12:05. Northern Iowa and Creighton go on at 2:35, with Wichita State and the winner of Drake-Bradley playing at 6:05 and Indiana State (still without Larry Bird) and Evansville concluding the slate at 8:35. Barring any capricious rescheduling by the St. Louis Blues those will all play live on The Real Fox Sports Midwest. 

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