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NCAAB: No. 21 Texas, searching for answers, meets Kansas State

No. 21 Texas should expect a different challenge than it faced three weeks ago when the suddenly erratic Longhorns play host to surging Kansas State on Tuesday in a Big 12 Conference meeting at Austin, Texas. Kansas State will have the majority of its players available, unlike the first game against Texas this season. In […]

  • NCAAB: No. 15 Iowa State, No. 19 Texas Tech ready for rematch

    Life in the Big 12 Conference means the windshield always has to be bigger than the rearview mirror, whether a team is coming off a big win or a disappointing loss. Two teams will put that theory to the test Tuesday in another matchup between ranked Big 12 teams when 15th-ranked Iowa State and No. […]

  • NCAAB: No. 11 Houston tries to piece it together vs. USF

    No. 11 Houston finally had a moment to breathe in the days leading into their conference road tilt at Tulsa on Saturday, which was a welcome break after three games in seven days without guards Marcus Sasser and Tramon Mark. Then, less than five minutes following the tipoff against the Golden Hurricane, the Cougars lost […]

  • NCAAB: Confident Northwestern now takes aim at No. 13 Wisconsin

    Northwestern coach Chris Collins felt his Wildcats “were on the doorstep” throughout a four-game conference losing streak. Perhaps there was something to that premonition as Northwestern scored a 64-62 road upset of No. 10 Michigan State on Saturday. “I’m just really proud of my team,” Collins said. “We knew we were going to have to […]

  • NCAAB: Resurgent F David McCormack leads No. 9 Kansas against Oklahoma

    Kansas’ David McCormack was not happy coming off the bench to start Big 12 play. Heading into Tuesday’s meeting between the No. 9 Jayhawks and Oklahoma at Norman, Okla., McCormack said his three-game stint with the reserve unit has given him motivation. “You always want to hear your name in the starting lineup,” McCormack said. […]

  • NCAAB: No. 8 Duke hopes bigs continue strong play vs. Florida State

    Duke has discovered the joys of scoring close to the basket and it has proven quite beneficial the past couple of games. Maintaining that production in the lane will come with a different challenge Tuesday night when the No. 8 Blue Devils visit Florida State for an Atlantic Coast Conference game at Tallahassee, Fla. The […]

  • NCAAB: No. 1 Baylor looks to get back on track at West Virginia

    No. 1 Baylor will try to get back to winning when it squares off against West Virginia on Tuesday in a Big 12 Conference game in Morgantown, W.Va. The Bears (15-2, 3-2) almost certainly will relinquish the top spot in the AP rankings after losing twice at home last week — first to then-No. 19 […]

  • NCAAB: Julian Champagnie leads St. John’s to rout of Georgetown

    Julian Champagnie scored 25 points and Posh Alexander and Dylan Addae-Wusu each added 17 points and seven assists as St. John’s routed Georgetown 88-69 in a Big East game Sunday in New York City. The Red Storm limited the Hoyas to five points in the final 7:53. Alexander also had six steals. Montez Mathis scored […]

  • NCAAB: Nebraska searches for Big Ten answers as Indiana visits

    It’s been a tough start to conference play for a Nebraska team that has played close in some league games but has been unable to stay competitive in others. The Cornhuskers (6-12, 0-7 Big Ten) will look to break a five-game losing streak on Monday when they host Indiana (12-4, 3-3). Nebraska is coming off […]

  • NCAAB: Keegan Murray leads Iowa past slumping Minnesota

    Keegan Murray had a double-double with 25 points and 10 rebounds and Filip Rebraca also added one with 12 points and 12 rebounds, as Iowa held on for an 81-71 victory over host Minnesota in a Big Ten game on Sunday in Minneapolis. Murray, who entered the game tied for the Division I lead in […]

  • NCAAB: A losing streak will end when Utah visits ASU

    Either Utah or Arizona State will break back into the win column Monday afternoon when they meet in a Pac-12 game in Tempe, Ariz. The Utes (8-9, 1-6 Pac-12) have lost five consecutive games with their last win Dec. 21 at home against Fresno State. The Sun Devils (5-9, 1-3) have a three-game losing streak […]

  • NCAAB: Notre Dame visits Howard for historic MLK Day game

    Notre Dame coach Mike Brey and Howard coach Kenny Blakeney hold deep connections, having both played for legendary DeMatha Catholic High School coach Morgan Wooten and spent time together at Duke and Delaware. On Monday, those connections will grow even deeper on Martin Luther King Jr. Day as Bray leads the Fighting Irish (10-6) against […]

  • NCAAB: E.J. Liddell leads No. 16 Ohio State over Penn State

    E.J. Liddell tallied 19 and eight rebounds and No. 16 Ohio State held off Penn State 61-56 on Sunday afternoon in a Big Ten Conference contest in Columbus, Ohio. The Buckeyes (11-4, 5-2 Big Ten) also got 10 points from Zed Key as they improved to 8-0 at home. Sam Sessoms led Penn State (8-7, […]

  • NCAAB: Collin Gillespie fuels No. 14 Villanova in rout of Butler

    Collin Gillespie scored 17 points and Justin Moore added 15 to pace No. 14 Villanova to an 82-42 rout of Butler on Sunday in Philadelphia. Jermaine Samuels and Eric Dixon contributed 14 points apiece for the Wildcats (13-4, 6-1 Big East), who won their sixth straight game. Villanova made 12 of 19 attempts from 3-point […]

  • NCAAB: Walker Kessler leads No. 4 Auburn past Ole Miss

    Walker Kessler had 20 points, 10 rebounds and seven blocked shots as No. 4 Auburn roared from behind to beat Ole Miss 80-71 Saturday night in Southeastern Conference play in Oxford, Miss., to win its 13th straight game. The Tigers (16-1, 5-0) trailed by 14 points in the first half, cut the margin to six […]

  • NCAAB: North Carolina blows out Ga. Tech, 88-65

    Armando Bacot and R.J. Davis led the way as host North Carolina put four players in double figures in coasting past Georgia Tech 88-65 in Atlantic Coast Conference play Saturday night in Chapel Hill, N.C. Bacot posted his seventh consecutive double-double with 29 points — matching the junior’s career-high set just last week against Virginia […]

  • NCAAB: No. 11 Houston survives Tulsa’s late flurry, 66-64

    Kyler Edwards scored a game-high 29 points and 11th-ranked Houston survived a late charge from Tulsa to claim a 66-64 road victory on Saturday. Edwards ignited a 10-0 run with a contested 3-pointer late in the shot clock as the Cougars (15-2, 4-0 American) ultimately extended to a 64-52 lead. But Sam Griffin sank three […]

  • NCAAB: Azuolas Tubelis drops career-high 32 as No. 6 Arizona rolls

    Sophomore Azuolas Tubelis scored a career-high 32 points to help No. 6 Arizona overcome a poor shooting night from distance and the absence of starting point guard Kerr Kriisa in an 82-64 victory over Utah on Saturday night in Tucson, Ariz. Tubelis made 14 of 24 shots as the Wildcats (14-1, 4-0 Pac-12) ultimately asserted […]

  • NCAAB: Boston College rallies from 23 down to stun Clemson

    Brevin Galloway gave Boston College its first lead of the game with a 3-pointer with 27 seconds left and the Eagles held on for a 70-68 victory against host Clemson on Saturday night. Galloway, a graduate transfer from the College of Charleston, came off the bench to score 18 points as Boston College snapped a […]

  • NCAAB: Vanderbilt rallies to beat Georgia

    Jordan Wright had a double-double with a game-high 20 points and 12 rebounds as Vanderbilt rallied in the second half for a 73-66 victory over host Georgia in a Southeastern Conference game Saturday in Athens, Ga. Quentin Millora-Brown scored 11 points and Myles Stute added nine points as the Commodores overcame an off-night by Scotty […]

  • NCAAB: Virginia Tech ends 3-game skid with win over Notre Dame

    Justyn Mutts scored 24 points and Nahiem Alleyne added 22 as Virginia Tech rallied in the second half to snap a three-game losing streak with a 79-73 victory over Notre Dame in an Atlantic Coast Conference game Saturday in Blacksburg, Va. Virginia Tech (9-7, 1-4) trailed by 10 points early in the second half but […]

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