DALLAS Teams

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Nic Moore leads SMU past Gonzaga (0:29)
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Stars top Capitals, Seguin scores twice (1:02)
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No. 14 Iowa State holds off No. 24 Texas (1:17)
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Texas Tech rolls in upset over Baylor (0:53)
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Monte Morris postgame interview (1:54)
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Final: (14) Iowa State 85, (24) Texas 75

Monte Morris and Georges Niang scored 24 points apiece to lead the Cyclones to victory in Ames. Morris scored 19 in the second half to help the Iowa State pull away. Box score

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McKay finishes another oop for Iowa State

Fran Fraschilla gave Jameel McKay a 9.7 for this dunk.

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Baylor's Gathers ejected for vicious foul

Rico Gathers was ejected for this flagrant foul 2 late in the Bears' loss to the Red Raiders.

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TTU vs. BAY Postgame Breakdown. (1:16)
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Iowa State, Texas locked in tight game

The 14th-ranked Cyclones hold a one-possession lead over the 24th-ranked Longhorns with less than seven minutes remaining. Live on ESPN & WatchESPN

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Postgame interview with TX Tech, Keenan Evans. (1:05)
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Postgame interview with TX Tech head coach, Tubby Smith. (1:38)

No. 21 Baylor falls to Texas Tech at home

The Red Raiders won two straight games against ranked opponents for the first time since 2008 as Keenan Evans (21 points) led them to an 84-66 win in Waco. Box score

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Cyclones connect on alley-oop

Georges Niang tossed the lob out of the post to Jameel McKay. Iowa State leads Texas on ESPN.

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Texas Tech's bench enjoyed its victory

The Red Raiders pulled out some of their best celebrations for their upset of Baylor.

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Compilation of the Texas Tech bench reax channeling their inner Monmouth. (0:31)
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Red Raiders bench excited for 16-point lead

The Texas Tech reserves are doing their best impression of the Monmouth bench on ESPNU.

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Red Raider powers through contact at rim

Zach Smith finished the dunk and got the foul to add to Texas Tech's lead in Waco. (Live on ESPNU)

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Another ranked team in trouble in Waco

Justin Gray's dunk on the break put Texas Tech up six on No. 21 Baylor. (Live on ESPNU)

Halftime: (14) Iowa State 36, (24) Texas 32

Georges Niang scored 13 straight points for the Cyclones, who hold a two-point edge over the Longhorns at home. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN