Kansas-Kentucky is not only the headliner of the Big 12/SEC Challenge but arguably the most intriguing. We rank all the games in the January event.
2016 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/13L 77-71
- 11/21W 67-56
- 11/2525L 84-73
- 11/26W 82-70
- 11/27L 78-72
- 12/1W 80-73
- 12/4W 59-49
- 12/8W 116-50
- 12/123W 84-82
- 12/15W 67-55
- 12/19W 75-73
- 12/29L 71-66
- 1/2L 82-74
- 1/5W 60-57
- 1/9L 58-57
- 1/1217W 94-91
- 1/16W 74-69
- 1/206W 56-49
- 1/233L 76-67
- 1/26W 71-54
- 1/30W 72-58
- 2/115W 67-59
- 2/6W 69-59
- 2/83L 63-60
- 2/1314L 85-75
- 2/1610W 85-78
- 2/2025L 78-64
- 2/22W 71-70
- 2/273W 76-63
- 2/291L 86-56
- 3/4W 62-50
- 3/1022L 75-61
- 3/1811L 75-72
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Allen will aid Texas' tourney pursuits
That is, if Jarrett Allen does indeed sign with Texas, which isn't exactly a foregone conclusion. Houston is in play for the big man and if he goes to the AAC, he could end up being a game-changer. 2016-17's best freshmen (Insider)
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Andrew Jones should fit in well at Texas
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Eyes of Texas look saddened
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Can 2016 beat the buzzer-beater record?
Teams have beaten the clock three times in this year's NCAA tournament. That's enough heroics to tie the previous tourney record in just two rounds, with many more games left to go.
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Northern Iowa wins another nail-biter
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Back-to-back great tournament moments
We'll look back at Northern Iowa's buzzer-beater as one of the tournament's best moments. Minutes later in real time, St. Joe's survived after Cincinnati's game-tying dunk was ruled to be too late. Insta-memories