Watch: Texas Tech at Texas

Texas tries to avenge its Jan. 2 loss in Lubbock. The Longhorns are favored by nine points in Austin. Live on Longhorn Network


JD Miller with exclamation point for TCU

The Horned Frogs may be trailing Kansas big, but JD Miller still provided a great highlight with a monstrous dunk.


Ellis wide open for alley-oop

So where was the TCU defense in trying to stop Kansas' Perry Ellis on the very easy alley-oop?

Stats & Info

Newton isn't just a college star

Cam Newton joins Jim Plunkett and Roger Staubach as the only Heisman-winning QBs to start in the Super Bowl -- both Plunkett and Staubach won their first starts on the big stage.

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

The Mavs are closer to falling out of the playoffs than moving up a spot in the West standings. Dallas is 3 1/2 games behind fifth-place Memphis and 3 ahead of ninth-place Portland.

Stats & Info

On the doorstep of immortality

Terrell Owens, Brett Favre and Alan Faneca are all finalists in their first year of eligibility for the Hall of Fame. They are competing with Marvin Harrison, Kurt Warner and others for enshrinement in Canton.

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Perhaps the only positive from the Mavs' blowout loss is the fact that none of the Dallas starters played more than 26 minutes. Coach Rick Carlisle, who has frequently rested players in back-to-backs, expects all five starters to play Saturday night in Memphis.

Greenberg: The Big 12 is must-see TV (1:16)

Watch: (7) Kansas facing friendly foe?

Kansas has won seven straight games against TCU by an average margin of 14.6 points per game -- BUT keep in mind that Kansas has lost its last three games on the road. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

Spurs make easy work of the Mavs (1:07)

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Wesley Matthews: "They kicked out ass. ... That's probably the most embarrassing game I've been a part of on any level."

Simmons flies high and wants none of that shot (0:17)

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Spurs 116, Mavs 90 (final). Spurs have won 13 of the last 15 games in the series, including all three this season. Dallas has dropped three straight as they head to Memphis to complete a back-to-back.


Spurs crush Mavericks for 42nd win

San Antonio's lead was never in doubt, smashing Dallas 116-90 to tie its best 50-game start in franchise history (tied with 2010-11 Spurs). This is also the 14th win by at least 25 points for San Antonio -- already third best all-time. Box score


Mavs put up 34 in third, still trail by 28

Dallas seemingly threw in the towel in the third quarter after trailing by 36 at halftime, putting in a deep reserve lineup. San Antonio's starters have outscored their counterparts 58-32 with one frame to play. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Spurs 88, Mavs 60 after three quarters. Hey, the Mavs won the third quarter.

Spurs no stranger to monster leads

This is the second time this season that the Spurs have led by 36 at half. They're the third team in the shot-clock era to do that twice in a season and the first since the 1988-89 Suns. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

Mavs hit lowlight at halftime

San Antonio's 62-26 halftime lead is the largest halftime deficit Dallas has faced in franchise history, eclipsing a 35-point halftime deficit against the Kings in 1992. That 1992-93 Mavericks team finished 11-71 for the season. Halftime stats

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Spurs 62, Mavs 26 at the half. That breaks Dallas' record for largest halftime deficit (35 vs. Kings in 1992). Last four quarters in this formerly fierce rivalry: Spurs 128, Mavs 73.