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  1. Late Night Snacks: Gators go cold again; unbeatens fall

    Dec 22, 2012, 11:38 PM EST

    Rodney McGruder

    Game of the Night No. 12 Missouri 82, No. 10 Illinois 73: Phil Pressey shot 2-18 and still led the Tigers to their fourth straight victory in the annual Braggin’ Rights game. His eleven assists found the hot hands, which belonged largely to Laurence Bowers (23 points, 10 rebounds) and Alex Oriakhi (13 and 14).…

  2. VIDEO: Old Dominion stuns Virginia in Governor’s Holiday Classic

    Dec 22, 2012, 9:10 PM EST

    Virginia Old Dominion Basketball

    Virginia has won eight games in a row, defeating Wisconsin and Tennessee along the way. In fact, it’s fair to say that the Cavaliers (9-3) could conceivably be undefeated today if they’d simply stop scheduling teams from the Colonial Athletic Association. UVA started the season with a loss at George Mason, then lost again to…

  3. No. 12 Mizzou survives No. 10 Illinois, claims Braggin’ Rights

    Dec 22, 2012, 8:36 PM EST

    Brandon Paul, Phil Pressey

    Phil Pressey dominated the Braggin’ Rights game despite putting up one of the worst shooting nights of his career. Pressey, who goes by the nickname “Flip”, might have changed it to “Chuck” after going 2-18 from the floor. And yet, Pressey proved the truism that a pass-first point guard can change a game without scoring,…

  4. VIDEO: Buzzer-beater carries Mason over Richmond in Governor’s Classic

    Dec 22, 2012, 7:13 PM EST

    George Mason Richmond Basketball

    With the score knotted at 64-all, Sherrod Wright of George Mason rose and fired, dropping in a buzzer-beating three-pointer that led the CAA contender over an A-10 team playing in its hometown. Wright led all scorers with 22 points, and the Patriots as a team shot an incredible 61.5% from deep in the close win.…

  5. No. 9 Jayhawks share the ball, beat No. 7 Buckeyes in Columbus

    Dec 22, 2012, 6:34 PM EST

    Kansas v Ohio State

    Thirty seconds into KU’s trip to Value City Arena, Elijah Johnson dropped the ball off to freshman Ben McLemore, who splashed a long three for the game’s first points. McLemore would go on to score 22 and look like the best player on a floor loaded with stars, but he was hardly the only Jayhawk…

  6. Late Afternoon Snacks: Wolters pantses Lobos in The Pit

    Dec 22, 2012, 6:02 PM EST

    Wolters Fenton

    Game of the Day Temple 83, No. 3 Syracuse 79: Typically, it takes great shooting to beat the Syracuse zone. Temple, as a team, shot just 39% from the floor. So where did this upset happen? At the line. Owl Khalif Wyatt led all scorers with 33, and hit all fifteen of his free throws.…

  7. Wish List: ‘Tis the season for Heels to open their gifts

    Dec 22, 2012, 5:30 PM EST

    Roy Williams

    Over the course of the next two weeks, College Basketball Talk will be detailing what some of the country’s best, most intriguing, and thoroughly enigmatic teams need. It’s the spirit of the holidays. We’re in a giving mood. What do other teams have on their Christmas Wish Lists? Click here to find out. I don’t mean…

  8. Late Night Snacks: Gators beat Gators in our Game of the Night

    Dec 16, 2012, 12:30 AM EST

    Kenny Boynton, Solomon Hill, Mark Lyons

    Yeah, you read that right. Game of the Night No. 8 Arizona 65, No. 5 Florida 64 – Mark Lyons hit a crazy floater, and Florida kept a timeout in the pocket while going for the last-second shot in an epic comeback at the McKale Center. Arizona was down 64-58 at home when Scotty Welbekin hit…

  9. Loyola wins again in Game of Change rematch

    Dec 15, 2012, 10:21 PM EST

    Trivante Bloodman, Jeff White

    The first time around, Mississippi State players had to sneak out of the state by boarding a plane in the dead of night. They were running from their own Governor, who was expected to issue an injunction against their intent to play Loyola of Illinois in an NCAA tournament game. The year was 1963, and…

  10. Butler president plays coy about realignment

    Dec 15, 2012, 9:38 PM EST

    Butler's Brad Stevens goes onto the court against Indiana during an NCAA basketball game in Indianapolis

    Before today’s epic overtime upset of No. 1 Indiana was even in the books, Butler president James Danko was asked the obvious question about his program’s future in the Atlantic 10 conference. According to the Associated Press, his reply was something along the lines of the classic phrasing used when national security is involved –…

  11. VCU blitzes Alabama 73-54, ruins Anthony Grant’s homecoming

    Dec 15, 2012, 6:31 PM EST

    Shaka Smart

    The story lines didn’t happen by accident. There’s little doubt that Alabama would have never set foot in Richmond in December if Crimson Tide coach Anthony Grant hadn’t felt some love contractual obligation* for the program that gave him his start. Grant guided the Rams to two NCAA tournaments between 2006-09, which led directly to…

  12. Late Afternoon Snacks: Butler edges Indiana; Gators visit the desert

    Dec 15, 2012, 6:07 PM EST

    Boston Scientific Close The Gap Crossroads Classic

    There’s too much going on on any given Saturday for us to wait for Late Night Snacks. We’ll take stock of what’s happened up to this point, and look ahead to the good stuff that’s still to come in Late Afternoon Snacks. Game of the Day Butler 88, No. 1 Indiana 86 (OT) – Like…

  13. Wish List: Boards and wing defense top KU’s letter to Santa

    Dec 15, 2012, 4:00 PM EST

    Colorado v Kansas

    Over the course of the next two weeks, College Basketball Talk will be detailing what some of the country’s best, most intriguing, and thoroughly enigmatic teams need. It’s the spirit of the holidays. We’re in a giving mood. What do other teams have on their Christmas Wish Lists? Click here to find out. Kansas plays Belmont…

  14. Christmas Wish Lists: Florida State needs the Kung-Fu Grip

    Dec 12, 2012, 2:40 PM EST

    Coaches Vs. Cancer Classic - Brigham Young v Florida State

    Over the course of the next two weeks, College Basketball Talk will be detailing what some of the country’s best, most intriguing, and thoroughly enigmatic teams need. It’s the spirit of the holidays. We’re in a giving mood. What do other teams have on their Christmas Wish Lists? Click here to find out. Gotta have it…

  15. Report: CAA tournament moving to Baltimore

    Dec 12, 2012, 2:25 AM EST

    "LUV" Portraits - 2012 Sundance Film Festival

    Sources have told Jeff Goodman of Eye on College Basketball that the Colonial Athletic Association will move its annual postseason tournament to Baltimore starting in 2014. The move is not particularly surprising. The league was historically heavy on Virginia-based schools, so the Richmond Coliseum made sense as a central location. It was never, as league…

  16. Late Night Snacks: Bachynski triples; Paul answers the call

    Dec 9, 2012, 12:31 AM EST

    Jordan Bachynski, Jason Washburn

    Game of the Night No. 13 Illinois 85, No. 10 Gonzaga 74 – If you had any questions about Illinois, consider them answered. Gonzaga had the clear advantage inside, and the Bulldogs were playing in front of a rabid crowd of faithful fans at the Kennel. Even when Tyler Griffey and Nnanna Egwu fouled out,…

  17. Noreen breaks out as WVU hands Virginia Tech first loss

    Dec 8, 2012, 6:35 PM EST

    Kevin Noreen

    It was a tight game and a wild ending in Morgantown this evening. Aaric Murray missed one of two line-drive free throw attempts with under a minute left, followed immediately by an absolutely ridic contested three-point make by Robert Brown that gave Virginia Tech a one-point edge. Juwan Staten reversed the lead with a driving…

  18. Late Afternoon Snacks: Curry burns Owls; Berger released

    Dec 8, 2012, 5:47 PM EST

    Seth Curry, Jake O'Brien

    Saturdays are too action-packed for us to wait for Late Night Snacks. We’ll do a reset at the halfway point every Saturday, so you can catch up with the stuff you missed while you were out Christmas shopping, and prepare for the stuff you’ll watch this evening. Usually, we try to stick to scores from…

  19. Kansas empties bench in blowout of Colorado

    Dec 8, 2012, 4:41 PM EST

    Colorado v Kansas

    Tyler Self scored his first — and so far, only — college basket in the closing seconds of KU’s 90-54 blowout of former league rival Colorado. That’s how bad this one got. Bill Self found double-digit minutes for his B team, with Perry Ellis, Naadir Tharpe and Jamari Traylor logging significant time off the bench.…

  20. Late Night Snacks: Trouble’s Bruin

    Dec 2, 2012, 1:00 AM EST

    Ben Howland

    First of all, check out our Late Afternoon Snacks to see what happened while the sun was up. Then read what happened since then: Games of the Night No. 23 San Diego State 78, UCLA 69: A sign in the stands said “We Run Cali” It was held by an Aztec fan in red and…

  21. Majerus tributes pour out on Twitter

    Dec 1, 2012, 10:38 PM EST

    NCAA Basketball Tournament - St Louis v Michigan State

    As soon as the news of Rick Majerus’ death at age 64 hit Twitter, personal stories of the man’s kindness, humor and foibles began to pour out into the community at large. In honor of one of our all-time favorite college basketball coaches, we’ll share some of the best. RIP to Coach Majerus. You were…

  22. Training Cleanthony: How a West Point coach helped build WSU star

    Dec 1, 2012, 10:28 PM EST

    Cleanthony Early

    Cleanthony Early has been named MVC Newcomer of the Year twice already this season. “Cle” came out of Pine Bush, NY as a slender, lightly recruited kid, blossomed in junior college, and is now averaging 13.9 points, 6.6 rebounds and a block per game as a 6’8″, 215-lb. junior for 7-0 Wichita State. I spoke…

  23. Former SLU, Utah coach Rick Majerus dead at 64

    Dec 1, 2012, 8:35 PM EST

    NCAA Basketball Tournament - St Louis v Michigan State

    When Rick Majerus decided to take a leave of absence at the beginning of the 2012-13 season for health reasons, the news was concerning. When he announced he wasn’t coming back to the Billikens at all, it was alarming. Now the true extent of Majerus’ health issues has become known. Multiple sources, including Majerus protege…

  24. Virginia Tech moves to 7-0 with upset of No. 15 Oklahoma State

    Dec 1, 2012, 7:06 PM EST

    Erick Green, Markel Brown

    We love Oklahoma State here at CBT. We love the team’s grit, the soaring athleticism of LeBryan Nash and the ferocious dunking of Markel Brown. We’re waving the banner of Marcus Smart, who has lived up to his name and his pre-season billing as a fabulous freshman. We haven’t paid much attention to Virginia Tech,…

  25. Late Afternoon Snacks: Heslip returns, Cashmere is clutch

    Dec 1, 2012, 6:16 PM EST

    Baylor v Kentucky

    It’s Saturday, and we have a full slate. You’re bound to get hungry somewhere between the Pregame Shootaround and the Late Night Snack (who can eat an actual meal at a time like this?), so we’re going to re-rack the day with some Late Afternoon Snacks right here, right now. Important Results Baylor 64, No.…