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Indiana knocks off No. 4 Iowa

The Hoosiers improved to 6-1 over the last five seasons at home against top-5 opponents with an 85-78 win to move into a tie atop the Big Ten standings. Indiana's bench outscored Iowa's 28-0. Box score

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Jeff Goodman ESPN Insider 

This was a HUGE victory for Indiana -- not just because it gave the Hoosiers a much-needed "resume" win, and because they did it with an off-game from Yogi Ferrell -- but because four of IU's final six games are against the likes of Michigan State (road), Purdue, Iowa (road) and Maryland.

Reverse slam caps off Cal's win

Jabari Bird put the finishing touch on the Golden Bears' blowout victory.

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No. 11 Oregon toppled by Cal 83-63

Jabari Bird scored a game-high 24 points as the Golden Bears won their third straight matchup against a ranked team. Box score

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Bill Walton plays the glockenspiel

Because why not?

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No. 4 Iowa in trouble on the road

Indiana has pushed its lead back to nine with less than four minutes to play. The Hawkeyes' Jarrod Uthoff has a game-high 23 points, but the Hoosiers have gathered 18 offensive rebounds. Live on ESPN & WatchESPN

Tom Crean gets his pregame stretching in

Even coaches have to stay limber at Indiana.

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Syracuse wins fourth straight

The Orange dominated the second half against Florida State to earn an 85-72 win and capture their seventh win in eight games.

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Golden Bears punishing the rim vs. Ducks

Tyrone Wallace and Cal have built a 24-point lead at home over No. 11 Oregon.

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Uthoff's slam pulls Hawkeyes even on ESPN

The Hawkeyes have climbed out of a 16-point hole in Assembly Hall to tie the game early in the second half on this dunk by Jarrod Uthoff.

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Cal starts second half in style

A block on defense and a monster slam in transition at the other end put the Golden Bears up by 20 over No. 11 Oregon on ESPN2.

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No. 4 Iowa down 45-38 in Assembly Hall

Tom Crean had to be pleased with Indiana's 3-point shooting as the Hoosiers went 7-of-13 from distance. And when they missed, they attacked the glass, pulling down 12 offensive rebounds on 17 missed shots. Live on ESPN

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Cal up big on No. 11 Oregon at halftime

Jabari Bird poured in 16 points and went 4-of-7 from 3-point range as the Golden Bears jumped out to an 18-point lead at home. Live on ESPN2 & WatchESPN

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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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Jeff Goodman @GoodmanESPN

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.