|ESPN.com: News||[Print without images]|
Men's college basketball: In the game of the night, San Diego State's D.J. Gay hit a game-winning jumper with 1.8 seconds left as the No. 6 Aztecs won at Colorado State 56-54. ... Oklahoma State gave fans free admission to the game and rewarded those who braved the winter storm with a 76-70 upset win over No. 15 Missouri. ... No. 17 Syracuse avoided its first-ever five-game losing streak under Jim Boeheim with a tough 66-58 win over No. 7 UConn, the Huskies' first loss of the season at the XL Center. ... Indiana knocked off its second ranked team this week with a 70-67 upset over visiting No. 20 Minnesota. ... No. 5 Duke rebounded from its shellacking at St. John's with an 80-62 win at Maryland. ... No. 12 Villanova beat Marquette 75-70. ... Jimmer Fredette had only 26 points in No. 9 BYU's 69-62 win at Wyoming. ... In late night hoops action, No. 21 Utah State beat Nevada 67- 45.
Women's college basketball: Brittney Griner had 29 points as No. 1 Baylor dominated No. 11 Oklahoma 92-70. The Lady Bears remain undefeated in Big 12 play. ... No. 12 UNC beat No. 14 Florida State, 84-75, in Tallahassee.
NBA: Kevin Durant scored 43 points (he's scored over 40 in three of his last four games) in the Thunder's 104-93 win over the Hornets. ... Dallas cruised to a sixth straight win, easily beating the Knicks 113-97. ... The Cavaliers continue on their road to NBA immortality -- for the wrong reasons. Cleveland lost its 22nd straight game, one shy of tying the NBA record.
NFL: The Patriots exited the playoffs early, but they are doing well in the postseason awards. After quarterback Tom Brady won the AP Offensive Player of the Award on Tuesday, head coach Bill Belichick was honored as the AP Coach of the Year for the third time in his career.