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No. 4 Jayhawks blow out Loyola 94-61 in Diallo's debut
Wayne Selden Jr. sliced down the lane, saw the defense collapse and whipped a pass behind his back, hoping against everything that Cheick Diallo would be there to catch it.
Arizona's Tarczewski out at least a month with foot injury
No. 19 Arizona will be without center Kaleb Tarczewski for four to six weeks with a stress reaction and strained muscle in his left foot.
No. 10 Virginia defeats Ohio State 64-58
Virginia coach Tony Bennett believed his No. 10 Cavaliers had a deep bench.
No. 8 Villanova makes 11 3s, beats Saint Joseph's 86-72
With the crowd getting loud and the underdog closing in, No. 8 Villanova turned to its leader, and Ryan Arcidiacono delivered.
Hammons scores 24, No. 11 Purdue beats Pittsburgh 72-59
A.J. Hammons scored a season-high 24 points off the bench and Ryan Cline made four 3-pointers in the second half to lead No. 11 Purdue to a 72-59 win over Pittsburgh on Tuesday night.
Nader scores 21, No. 5 Iowa State tops North Dakota St 84-64
For a few minutes, Iowa State's hopes for a huge season laid writhing on the Hilton Coliseum floor.
Reed 3 gives No. 21 Miami lead in 77-72 OT win over Huskers
Davon Reed's 3-pointer gave Miami the lead in overtime and the No. 21 Hurricanes made three free throws in the last 15 seconds to beat Nebraska 77-72 in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge on Tuesday night.
English's 46 points, 13 treys leads Iona over Fairfield
A.J. English made a career-high 13 3-pointers and a scored a career-best 46 points to lead Iona to a 101-77 rout over Fairfield in a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference opener on Tuesday night.
LeVert, Robinson lead Michigan past NC State 66-59
Caris LeVert can't figure out why Michigan's opponents keep leaving Duncan Robinson open.
AP men's poll: Kentucky No. 1 again; 5 newcomers to Top 25
Kentucky, Maryland and Michigan State held the top three spots in The Associated Press' men's college basketball poll, but there were plenty of changes at the bottom of the Top 25.
Young scores 23, Pittsburgh beats Kent State 85-76
Pittsburgh led Kent State by only a point with five minutes to play in the first half but the Panthers didn't panic on offense. They continued to pass, find open shooters and score.
No. 3 Michigan State beats Boise St 77-67 in Wooden Legacy
It took Denzel Valentine and Michigan State an entire half to get warmed up. Once they did, Valentine went on a jaw-dropping scoring spree.
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