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Boston College Basketball vs. New Hampshire: TV Listings, History, Odds & More

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The Eagles and Wildcats square off tonight at Conte Forum.

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Teams: New Hampshire Wildcats (0-0, 0-0 America East) vs. Boston College Eagles (0-0, 0-0 ACC)

Rankings: New Hampshire (NR), Boston College (NR)

Day & Time: Friday, November 14, 7:00 p.m. Eastern

Arena: Conte Forum (Chestnut Hill, Mass.)

Line: Nope

TV: ESPN3

Announcers: Eric Frede (play-by-play), Malcolm Huckaby (analyst)

Radio: WEEI 850 AM, bceagles.com

Radio Announcers: Jon Meterparel (play-by-play), Bob Ryan (analyst)

New Hampshire News: Mid-Major Madness

All-Time Series: 24-6, Boston College

Streak: 10, Boston College

First Meeting: New Hampshire 35, Boston College 20 (1916-17 season)

Last Meeting: Boston College 61, New Hampshire 59 (OT) (December 16, 2012)

Common Opponents: Nah-uh

School Connections: Boston College football offensive coordinator Ryan Day was a three-year starter at quarterback for the Wildcats, under OC and quarterbacks coach, Chip Kelly.

Notable Alumni: Jackie MacMullan, sportswriter, columnist and editor; Jennifer Lee, writer, director of the 2013 Disney animated feature Frozen (snowman emoji); Andy Brickley, Bruins color analyst; Jack Edwards, sportscaster; Chip Kelly, football coach; Carlton Fisk, baseball player

Head Coaches: BC: Jim Christian (1st year, 0-0); New Hampshire: Bill Herrion (11th Year, 98-169)

Last Year: The Wildcats went 6-24 overall, finishing tied for seventh in America East and ending their season in the America East Tournament quarterfinals.

Last Game: Nope

He's a Dude: Sophomore guard Daniel Dion. Dion will look to replace the production lost in the form of the Wildcats' top three scorers on last seasons team. Last year as a freshman, Dion had 11 starts and saw action in 26 games, averaging 24.3 minutes a game. The 6-foot guard from Cedar Park, Texas finished second on the team with 63 assists.

Fun Fact: The last time Boston College made 45 or more field goals in a game came against the Wildcats on December 2, 1991 (45), a 123-78 victory for the Eagles.