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Watch live: Kentucky rolling against Georgia

Georgia takes on No. 22 Kentucky. Watch the game live on ESPN and WatchESPN.

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Roy Williams collapses in the huddle (0:53)
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NOW: Follow college hoops

Don't miss a minute of college basketball action in Now. We've got the scores, the fantastic plays and the top-notch reaction -- it's all here. Check it out.

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Big-Game Breakdown: LSU vs. South Carolina (2:34)
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Wooden Watch: Grayson Allen's highlight reel (1:18)
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3-Point Shot: Big 12 battle in Kansas (2:57)
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Greenberg's Final Four picks (1:51)
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Medcalf: Buddy Hield rescues Oklahoma again

Buddy Hield's ability to come through in the clutch for Oklahoma has become one of the few certainties in a wild season. He did it again on Monday with a 3-pointer in the closing seconds to push OU past Texas.

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Hield: I told them I wanted the ball (2:22)
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Bilas: North Carolina has a gear no one else has (3:00)
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Risk worth the gamble for UROC in OT (0:15)
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Bracketology: Maryland's case for No. 1 (3:32)
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Bracketology: Cuse in, Clemson out (2:47)
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3-Point Shot: West Virginia team of the week (1:46)
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On the Quad: Will Maryland, Villanova or both be No. 1?

It hasn't been an easy year trying to figure out the No. 1 team in the nation. It's not going to get easier for the pollsters this week, since they'll have two new choices to consider. Which will they select?.

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When court-storming is banned after upsetting No. 1, the team goes into the crowd (0:44)
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Why fight when you can dab (0:24)
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Moments of impact

Will Notre Dame's Bonzie Colson, DePaul's Myke Henry, Kentucky's Jamal Murray or West Virginia's Devin Williams claim the Capital One Cup Impact Performance of the Week? Vote now.

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Keys for Michigan State to win in Ann Arbor (0:56)
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Greenberg: Villanova must contain Dunn (0:57)
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One-year postseason ban long enough for Louisville? (1:49)
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Bubble Watch: Kansas one of few safe teams

Attaining lock status in a wild season like this is difficult, but some teams, like Kansas, did enough to get there this week. As for the rest of Division I? There's a lot of work to do.

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Creighton upsets No. 5 Xavier

Maurice Watson Jr. poured in a game-high 32 points as the Bluejays cruised 70-56 at home and handed the Musketeers just their third loss this season. Box score

UNC escapes BC's upset bid

The 9th-ranked Tar Heels came back from a halftime deficit to grab the 68-65 win over the Eagles, who fell to 0-11 in the ACC. UNC coach Roy Williams left the game after collapsing due to vertigo, but is doing OK, a school spokesman said. Box score

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Highlights: Purdue tops Michigan St. in OT

Michigan State erased a 17-point deficit, but it was not enough as Purdue held on for an 82-81 overtime win.

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Kentucky running past Georgia at Rupp

Tyler Ulis helped Kentucky close the half on a 14-2 run over the final four minutes as the No. 22 Wildcats lead the Bulldogs 42-24 at the break. (Live on ESPN)

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No. 1 Villanova cruising past DePaul

The Wildcats are showing no jitters in their first game as the No. 1 team in the country, leading DePaul by more than 20 early in the second half. Follow live

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Perfect offense, not-so-perfect finish

You almost had it, Jalen Hudson.

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Roy Williams collapses, helped to locker room

The North Carolina coach fell in the huddle during the game against Boston College but was able to walk off the court and was helped back to the locker room. The school later said he was suffering from dizziness but was doing OK.

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Purdue outlasts Michigan State in OT

Rapheal Davis' free throw with less than 5 seconds left was the difference as the No. 18 Boilermakers beat the No. 8 Spartans 82-81 despite blowing a 16-point halftime lead. Box score

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Eagles fly high in Chestnut Hill

Eli Carter's precise lob from near half court was nice, but Garland Owens' finish on the alley-oop was better.

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UNC's Johnson throws down with authority

Not sure what got Brice Johnson mad, but he took it out on the rim.

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Kansas beats WVU, creates Big 12 logjam

The Jayhawks took down the Mountaineers 75-65 to move into a three-way tie with Oklahoma and West Virginia at 8-3 in the conference. Perry Ellis topped all scorers with 21 points. Box score

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Michigan State-Purdue headed to OT

Purdue's Caleb Swanigan's jumper tied the score at 72 with just over a minute left, and now the Big Ten battle is headed to overtime.

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Watch: Georgia (13-8) at No. 22 Kentucky (17-6)

Kentucky could be without Alex Poythress (right knee) when its hosts Georgia, which hasnt won a game at Rupp Arena since 2009. The Wildcats are looking to improve to 8-3 vs. SEC opponents while winning their sixth straight home game over the Bulldogs. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

Creighton leading No. 5 Xavier at half

Maurice Watson Jr. has 10 points and 5 assists, and Isaiah Zierden is 3-for-5 from 3-point range, as the Bluejays lead the Musketeers 37-27 at halftime. Xavier is shooting just 32.4%, including 1-for-12 from long range. Follow live

Michigan State-Purdue down to the wire

The Spartans overcame a 16-point halftime deficit and are in a tight one with the Boilermakers in a key Big Ten battle with less than two minutes remaining. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

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Rodriguez's tip-in wins it for Miami

5-foot-11 PG Angel Rodriguez went among the trees to get No. 12 Miami a comeback victory over Pitt.

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Boston College eyeing UNC stunner

Eli Carter's 17 points have allowed the Eagles to build a 37-31 lead over the Tar Heels at halftime. UNC leads the ACC, while BC is in last at 0-10. Box score

Extra passing leads to Spartans bucket

Michigan State has surged ahead of Purdue in the second half, thanks in part to plays such as Kenny Goins' layup after some stellar passing.

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Virginia finds way to easy alley-oop

London Perrantes connected with Darius Thompson on a wide-open alley-oop as the Cavaliers are routing Virginia Tech late in the first half.

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Miami pulls off halfcourt alley-oop

Angel Rodriguez and Davon Reed teamed up for a SportsCenter Top 10 nominee.

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Tennessee tries to emulate Monmouth

The Volunteers bench had a celebration that would make Monmouth proud by "eating a bowl of cereal" after a layup.

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Dana O'Neil ESPN Senior Writer 

Bob Huggins called timeout to, um, chat with Jaysean Paige after Greene left open for a 3. Paige wisely chose not to make eye contact, so Huggins just waved and said, "Get out," as he neared the huddle. He's not on the court now.

Valentine sparking Michigan State run

The Spartans were down to Purdue by 16 at the half but went on an 11-0 run, including this 3-pointer from Denzel Valentine to cut the deficit.

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Tacko Fall hit with a technical

UCF's 7-foot-6 center received a technical foul vs. Cincinnati for slamming the ball to the floor.

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