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Villanova, Kansas stay 1-2 in AP Top 25, Gonzaga up to 3rd
Villanova and Kansas remain the top two teams in The Associated Press college basketball poll while Gonzaga moved up to third.
Arizona's Miller elaborates on Trier's suspension
Arizona sophomore guard Allonzo Trier sat out the first 19 games of the season for reasons not made clear until last week.
Slumping West Virginia prepares to meet No. 2 Kansas
West Virginia's breakneck pressure defense is starting to wear down the Mountaineers, too.
No. 4 Kentucky wary of upset as it returns to Tennessee
Kentucky is returning to the site of one of its more stunning losses in the last few years.
Injured Dozier looking to return for No. 23 South Carolina
South Carolina coach Frank Martin injured guard PJ Dozier could return for the 23rd-ranked Gamecocks against Auburn on Tuesday night.
Defense fuels resurgence at Illinois State, atop the Valley
The secret to how Illinois State became one of the nation's biggest surprises is hardly a secret at all.
No. 22 Xavier pulls away to 86-75 win over Georgetown
As the first half wound down, point guard Edmond Sumner headed to the end of the Xavier bench, sat down and winced. His left shoulder was hurting so bad.
Northwestern wins in Columbus for 1st time since 1977
Scottie Lindsey said the fact that Northwestern won in Columbus for the first time in 40 years on Sunday was not a huge deal to him. What is huge is another important Big Ten win for the Wildcats, who are pushing for an NCAA Tournament bid for the first time in school history.
Delgado scores 21, grabs 20 rebounds in Seton Hall's win
Angel Delgado scored 21 points and grabbed a career-high 20 rebounds for his 14th double-double of the season and Seton Hall beat St. John's 86-73 on Sunday.
Marquette rides big 1st half to 102-94 upset of Creighton
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Marquette turned to its three seniors to quiet Creighton's home crowd on an emotional afternoon when the seventh-ranked Bluejays were playing their first full game without their star Maurice Watson Jr.