Are you ready? Gus Johnson and Bill Raftery are teaming up for Big East hoops tonight

There will be a double-dose of the tag-team Raftery and Johnson broadcasting duo on Fox Sports 1 today, starting with St. John's at Xavier at Noon.

After an early game at Xavier's Cintas Center arena, the Fox Sports 1 star college hoops broadcast team of Bill Raftery and Gus Johnson will hop on a bus from Cincinnati to Indianapolis, where they are also slated to call tonight's Villanova/Butler game. Joining them at both games, and on their bus, is a member of our site, Nick C., who won the network's New Year's Eve Road Trip contest on Twitter.

It's a unique day for Johnson and Raftery, who will call two games from two different locations. The other five games on the FS1 schedule will have different crews.

The 2:30pm game between Seton Hall and Providence, for example, will feature a team of Tiffany Greene and LaChina Robinson -- a rare all-female booth. Dick Stockton and Bob Wenzel will be in Washington D.C. for the Hoyas' 5:00pm tilt with DePaul. Marquette will ring in the New Year at Creighton, tipping off at 10:00pm (Eastern) in a game covered by Justin Kutcher and Donny Marshall.

FS1 will be featuring new camera a

Pre-game coverage is already underway. Are you watching the marathon?

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