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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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Notre Dame topples No. 13 Louisville

The Fighting Irish overcome an 11-point, second-half deficit as Demetrius Jackson matched a career high with 27 points.

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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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Mizzou bench fired up after transition jam

Namon Wright got the steal and then got his bench to its feet with a one-handed slam.

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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)

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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

Andy Katz ESPN Senior Writer 

A coordinator of officials said he saw the Grayson Allen replay and said, "it was really close. I didn't slow it down and freeze frame but I thought his foot hit before he released shot. " No travel call. Bucket good. Duke wins. The debate will rage on further between Duke and Virginia fans. Tough call to make.

Wisconsin shocks No. 2 Maryland

The Badgers snapped the Terrapins' 27-game home winning streak with a 70-57 upset.

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No. 1 Villanova with slim lead at half

Daniel Ochefu went 5-of-6 from the floor and was the only scorer in double figures to help Villanova to a 28-27 lead over St. John's. The Red Storm is 0-12 in the Big East. Stats

Duke beats No. 7 Virginia at the buzzer

Grayson Allen banked in a wild, contested shot from close as time expired to get the unranked Blue Devils a 63-62 win, their fourth straight W.

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No. 21 Baylor has backdoor lob working

Lester Medford found Taurean Prince on the alley-oop, but the Bears trail the Red Raiders on ESPNU.

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Cal's Jaylen Brown dunks on defender

Brown climbed over an Oregon State defender to throw down a vicious slam.

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Burton gets crowd going in Ames

Deonte Burton's one-handed slam brought the Iowa State fans to their feet early on ESPN.

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Jeff Goodman ESPN Insider 

OK, Greg Gard. You have made a believer out of me. Wisconsin interim coach has won 7 straight -- including wins over Michigan State, Indiana and a HUGE one today in College Park against No. 2 Maryland. Hey Barry Alvarez: Give him the gig.

Wisconsin upsets No. 2 Maryland

The Terrapins' 27-game home winning streak came to an end in a 70-57 loss to the Badgers, who got 21 points from Vitto Brown. Box score

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Jabari Bird flies in for one-handed dunk

"Trace Tinkle is going to learn when you see an athletic guy running on the other side, you might want to just let him go."

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Badgers go back up by double digits

No. 2 Maryland chipped away at Wisconsin's advantage, but Bronson Koenig pushed the lead back up to 10 on ESPN.

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Vitto Brown puts Wisconsin up by 10

Brown's triple made it a double-double lead for the Badgers against the 2nd-ranked Terrapins. (Live on ESPN)

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No. 2 Maryland has big hill to climb

The Terrapins started the second half in a 15-point hole vs. Wisconsin, but has since shrunk that under 10 points. Will Maryland be the latest top team to go down? Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

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Graham: I took it personal

What spurred Devonte' Graham's career-high 27-point game vs. Oklahoma? Everyone who said Kansas couldn't contain Buddy Hield.

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If the glove fits...

Oregon State's Gary Payton II came in with a ferocious one-handed jam.

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Hayes, Wisconsin up big on No. 2 Maryland

This Nigel Hayes 3-pointer made him 3-for-3 from long range in the first half and extended the Badgers' double-digit lead on ESPN.

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Tide's Taylor dunks on top of Gator

Alabama's Jimmie Taylor went right over a defender to finish through contact.

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ESPN Stats & Info @ESPNStatsInfo

107 unranked men's Div. I teams have defeated ranked teams this season. That's the most ever through Feb. 13 in a single season.