That means that MAAC won't go 7-0 today.
But how well will the league do?
Iona has a tough game in the Tim Welsh Bowl in Providence against a Friars team picked to finish near the bottom of the Big East but still favored to win tonight.
Manhattan has an interesting matchup with Morgan State, a team that went to the NCAA tournament last year but lost to crosstown rival Loyola eearlier this year.
Canisius hosts Bowling Green in a battle of 4-3 teams. The so-far erratic Griffs are five-point favorites, searching for an impressive performance to give them some momentum heading into late December.
Saint Peter's is playing now against a woeful Wagner team that, at least for now, is managing to keep things close.
Rider plays at winless UMBC tonight in a game that should not be close, but could be if the Broncs turn in an effort similar to the one they turned in last Sunday against Marist.
The game of the night, though, is in frigid Cedar Falls, Iowa, where Siena and UNI will clash in a rematch of last year's Bracket Buster game.
My prediction: The Saints, three-point underdogs, find a way to win, and the MAAC goes 4-3, with Marist, Iona and Manhattan suffering the three losses.
What do you guys think?