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Simmons shows why he's projected No. 1

LSU's Ben Simmons flashed his speed and hops as he finished this dunk through contact.

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Bizarre ending costs Boise State a win

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

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LSU's Simmons: Goal is NCAA tourney

Ben Simmons discusses how he's dealt with the attention he is receiving this season and what it would mean to get the Tigers to the NCAA tournament.

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Texas Tech pulls off upset vs. Iowa State

The Red Raiders earned their first win over a ranked team this season with an 85-82 win at home.

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Baylor avoids third straight loss

Taurean Prince and Al Freeman combined for 39 points as Baylor topped Kansas State 82-72.

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Tulsa gets road upset over No. 16 SMU

Tulsa handed SMU its first home loss of the season with an 82-77 win in Dallas.

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Texas Tech knocks off No. 14 Iowa State

The Red Raiders' bench scored 39 points, compared to just eight for the Cyclones' reserves, to help Texas Tech to an 85-82 win in overtime. Box score

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Myron Medcalf ESPN Staff Writer 

Tubby Smith gets a huge win over Iowa State. Red Raiders still holding onto those NCAA tourney dreams.

Tulsa hands No. 16 SMU its 3rd loss

James Woodard, Shaquille Harrison and Pat Birt combined for 58 points to power the Golden Hurricane to an 82-77 upset. Box score

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Alabama fends off Texas A&M

Retin Obasohan scores 16 points as Alabama defeats No. 15 Texas A&M 63-62.

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Gamecocks down Simmons, Tigers 94-83

Sindarius Thornwell scored 24 points, as South Carolina moved in to a three-way tie atop the SEC. Ben Simmons had 20 points, six boards and six assists in the loss.

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Deep 3-pointer puts Texas Tech up in OT

Keenan Evans banked in a triple from the logo to take the lead over No. 14 Iowa State on ESPNU.

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Iowa State-Texas Tech headed to overtime

Monte Morris had a chance to give Iowa State a late lead but his shot was off the mark and the Red Raiders' heave at the buzzer was long as the teams head for five extra minutes. Live on ESPNU & WatchESPN

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Huskie shows off hops

Washington's Andrew Andrews, listed as 6'2", cuts through the lane and throws down a vicious one-handed dunk.

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Red Raiders pull closer to Cyclones late

Texas Tech is threatening to hand No. 14 Iowa State its third loss in four games on ESPNU.

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Cyclones add to advantage with alley-oop

Monte Morris' pass was on point and Deonte Burton did the rest. (Live on ESPNU)

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Utah's Taylor makes defender look silly

Brandon Taylor had his man going every which way before draining a step-back 3-pointer.

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No. 21 Baylor snaps two-game skid

Al Freeman scored 21 points and Taurean Prince added 18 to lead an 82-72 win over Kansas State. The Bears went 29-of-30 from the free throw line. Box score

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Baldwin skies for slam in transition

Wade Baldwin IV got loose in transition and threw down a one-handed slam as Vanderbilt continues to cruise at home.

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Marquette knocks off Providence in 2OT

Ben Bentil dropped 42 points, but it wasn't enough as the 20th-ranked Friars lost their third straight game.

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Prince is on fire

Baylor's Taurean Prince has only missed one of the 10 field goals and free throws he's taken tonight -- and this 3-pointer wasn't one of them.

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Jeff Goodman ESPN Insider 

Providence coach Ed Cooley was worried about his team's psyche coming into this one. Now may be at Red Alert level. Friars lose at Marquette and now face Georgetown back home -- where they are 1-4 in last five at The Dunk. Ed Cooley did masterful job hiding deficiencies early, but lack of talent around Dunn and Bentil evident now.

Marquette hands Providence another loss

The Golden Eagles took down the 20th-ranked Friars 96-91 in double overtime despite a career-high 42 points from Ben Bentil. Providence has lost 4 of 5 and dropped to a tie for 6th in the Big East. Box score

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