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Eamonn Brennan ESPN Staff Writer 

Colin Hartman just pinned Jarrod Uthoff at the rim and then buried a trailing 3 at the other end, and that pretty much sums up Indiana-Iowa thus far.

Hoosiers on fire from beyond the arc

Indiana is up on No. 4 Iowa thanks to 7-of-12 shooting from deep and 10 offensive rebounds. (Live on ESPN)

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Ranked teams in trouble on ESPN/ESPN2

  • No. 4 Iowa trails Indiana 36-20 on ESPN
  • No. 11 Oregon is down 35-18 vs. Cal on ESPN2
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Cal routing No. 11 Oregon early

Halfway through the first half, the Bears are leading the Ducks 27-9 thanks in part to Ivan Rabb's easy dunk. (Live on ESPN2)

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Late Temple run stuns UConn

Temple finishes the game on a 21-4 run to shock UConn 63-58.

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Southpaw slam fires up Walton

Cal's Jaylen Brown throws down vicious left-handed tomahawk dunk that has Bill Walton screaming "Keep Berkeley weird."

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VCU loses its second straight  at UMass. The Rams looked to be in decent shape for an at-large bid; now may have to win A-10 tourney.

Syracuse scores season-high 85 points

Tyler Roberson had an emphatic dunk here, as the Orange routed Florida State 85-70.

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Big Ten's highest-scoring teams meet

No. 4 Iowa aims to remain alone atop the Big Ten standings when it travels to Assembly Hall to face Indiana. Over the last five seasons, the Hoosiers are 5-1 at home against top-5 opponents. Live on ESPN & WatchESPN

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Watch: Pac-12-leading Oregon visits Cal

Aiming for their first regular-season conference title since 2001-02. the 11th-ranked Ducks hope to hand the Golden Bears their first home loss of the season. Live on ESPN2 & WatchESPN

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Eamonn Brennan ESPN Staff Writer 

UConn's Rodney Purvis might have committed the worst turnover of the season -- a double dribble with 13 seconds left and his team down three -- at Temple tonight. Worse? When he turned to the bench in disbelief, Huskies coach Kevin Ollie coolly turned his back. It was Michael Corleone-esque. Rough night.

Circus shot helps Temple beat UConn

The Owls went on a 21-4 run to beat UConn 63-58, taking the lead for good on this crazy desperation shot over the shoulder from Quenton DeCosey, who also drew the foul.

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Delaware gets first win in Colonial play

Marvin King-Davis scored 23 points to power Delaware past Drexel 69-60, giving the Blue Hens their first conference win of the season. There are only five remaining Division I teams without a conference win. Box score

Syracuse running away in second half

Syracuse is shooting 7-of-9 in the second half and this triple gave Michael Gbinije his eighth 20-point game of the season.

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Orange's Coleman starts half on 6-0 run

DaJuan Coleman pushed Syracuse's lead to nine with three buckets in the first two minutes of the second half. (Live on ESPN)

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Globetrotters dunk on everyone at ESPN

Bob Ley has the nickname of "The General" and the Harlem Globetrotters treated him like a Washington General.

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Noles' Bookert cuts deficit to three

Devon Bookert and Florida State trailed by 14 midway through the first half, but clawed their way back to make it a one-possession game at halftime.

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Halftime: Temple 31, UConn 29

Quenton DeCosey's fallaway jumper capped off a 9-2 run and gave the Owls the edge at the break. (Live on ESPN2)

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Minuteman's stylish finish in transition

Donte Clark went with the double-clutch dunk to put UMass ahead.

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Gbinije finishes with flush on the break

Michael Gbinije and the Orange are shooting 69.2 percent from the field early on ESPN. Syracuse is the only major conference team that has shot worse than 50 percent from the field in every game this season.

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Watch: Seminoles visit Orange

Syracuse and Florida State attempt to bolster their tournament résumés and avoid falling to .500 in ACC play. The Seminoles have won four straight, while the Orange are on a three-game win streak. Live on ESPN & WatchESPN

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Watch: Temple hosts Connecticut

The Owls and Huskies each look to keep their three-game winning steaks alive as the second- and third-place teams in the American clash. Live on ESPN2 & WatchESPN

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Bizarre ending costs Boise State a win

The Broncos looked to have broken a tie with Colorado State at the buzzer with a crazy, off-balance 3-pointer. However, the officials called it off after a review.

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