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  1. No. 17 Iowa needs Roy Devyn Marble at his best to beat the best

    Feb 8, 2014, 4:08 PM EDT

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    After losing at home to Michigan State and Ohio State earlier in Big Ten play, Iowa was anxious to get a home Big Ten win over a ranked opponent. The Hawkeyes jumped all over their latest opportunity on Saturday as No. 17 Iowa (18-6, 7-4) ran past No. 10 Michigan (17-6, 9-2) 85-67. Roy Devyn…

  2. What should we make of No. 25 Pitt?

    Feb 8, 2014, 3:03 PM EDT

    Jaye Crockett, Lamar Patterson

    I’ve figured it out. I have the answer. I know who this Pitt team is. They’re the guy who uses a photoshopped picture of himself from 15 years ago on his Match.com profile, over-exaggerating life accomplishments and his salary to make himself appear more attractive to potential dates. The Panthers entered the weekend as the…

  3. North Carolina surging before a tough week ahead

    Feb 8, 2014, 2:12 PM EDT

    marcus paige

    North Carolina is quietly surging and playing very good basketball as they’re now 16-7 and 6-4 in the ACC after its 73-62 win at Notre Dame on Saturday. The Tar Heels started out slowly in the ACC at 0-3 but have now won six of seven  games entering a week at home against Duke and…

  4. Vin Parise’s 30-second timeout: Five questions with Mike Lonergan

    Feb 8, 2014, 11:30 AM EDT

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    Vin Parise of College Basketball Talk caught up with George Washington head coach Mike Lonergan, whose Colonials host Fordham Saturday afternoon. CBT: Let’s first start out with how this all happened.  Preseason you were picked 10th and today you’re projected as a postseason team.  What’s been the difference? Lonergan: Maurice Creek hitting the court for…

  5. Items from Michael Jordan’s career at North Carolina sold at auction

    Feb 8, 2014, 11:00 AM EDT

    Charlotte Bobcats ownerJordan watches as his team plays against the Chicago Bulls during the first half of their NBA basketball game in Charlotte

    Three items of Michael Jordan memorabilia from his days at the University of North Carolina sold for auction on Saturday morning through Goldin Auctions. The three pieces from Jordan’s days in Chapel Hill include two recruiting letters — one from Bill Guthridge and one from Dean Smith — and a diploma. The diploma sold for…

  6. Lumberjack Night and Wragge Bomb at Creighton is a must-see [PHOTO]

    Feb 8, 2014, 10:00 AM EDT

    ethan wragge

    #LumberjackNight was a big success!! #wraggebombs pic.twitter.com/ShZlRSRo5S — Brian Tonino (@briantonino) February 8, 2014 On “Lumberjack Night” — which honored Creighton senior three-pointer bomber Ethan Wragge — the Bluejays topped DePaul 78-66 in front of 18,323 home fans. Creighton fans were encouraged to wear flannel and beards to honor Wragge, who made three out of…

  7. Pregame Shootaround: Big matchup in Big Ten and Big 12 lineup is strong

    Feb 8, 2014, 9:00 AM EDT

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    GAME OF THE DAY: No. 10 Michigan at No. 17 Iowa (2 p.m., ESPN) CBT’s own Rob Dauster broke down both of our day’s top games yesterday: Just how good is Iowa? That’s the question that everyone has on their mind at this point in the season. Looking at the numbers, the Hawkeyes look like…

  8. Late Night Snacks: Jay Wright wins 400th, Doug McDermott passes J.J. Redick on all-time scoring list

    Feb 8, 2014, 12:13 AM EDT

    Jay Wright

    GAME OF THE NIGHT: Columbia 53, Princeton 52 Columbia accomplished something tonight that they haven’t done since 1993: beat Princeton at Jadwin Gymnasium. For some of the players on Columbia, they weren’t even born the last time this occurred. As another point of reference, Pete Carril was coaching Princeton the last time Columbia won at Jadwin.…

  9. Creighton beats DePaul, McDermott continues to climb in the record books

    Feb 7, 2014, 11:32 PM EDT

    Doug McDermott

    Creighton didn’t play their crispest game of the season. They shot just 46.4% from the field and 28% from three — two fairly decent percentages for most teams — and got hammered on the offensive and defensive glass all night. That Doug McDermott guy, though? He was in his usual form, leading Creighton to a…

  10. Manhattan, George Beamon defeat Canisius in critical MAAC game

    Feb 7, 2014, 9:34 PM EDT

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    Just when it looked like Canisius and Iona were about to make the MAAC a two team race at the top of the conference standings, Manhattan delivered a statement win in Buffalo tonight as they beat Canisius, 84-73. The Jaspers entered the game reeling having lost three of their last five games, dropping them to…

  11. Drexel’s Kazembe Abif to miss remainder of season with hand injury

    Feb 7, 2014, 9:09 PM EDT

    Kazembe Abif

    Drexel junior forward Kazembe Abif will miss the remainder of the season due to a fracture in his left hand, the school announced on Friday evening. Abif suffered the injury in practice on Thursday. He is slated to undergo surgery next week. It’s been far from an easy season for Abif. Prior to suffered the fracture…

  12. Bracketology: Syracuse leads No. 1 seed contenders

    Feb 7, 2014, 7:15 PM EDT

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    The bubble is much like a recent weather forecast for the Midwest or East Coast: unpredictable and generally less than welcoming.  So instead of debating the final few teams IN our OUT in today’s bracket, let’s look at the No. 1 seed contenders.  We have just over a month until Selection Sunday. Syracuse, Arizona, Kansas,…

  13. Arkansas to retire jersey No. 42 in honor of Bill Clinton

    Feb 7, 2014, 6:19 PM EDT

    whitehouse.gov

    The 2014 NCAA Tournament marks the 20 year anniversary for Arkansas’ NCAA Championship team in 1994. Later this season, as part of celebrating that championship team under coach Nolan Richardson, Arkansas will retire just the second jersey in program history. Ironically enough, it won’t even be a former player’s jersey. Sidney Moncrief, who is the school’s…

  14. 2014 shooting guard Rashad Vaughn delays college announcement

    Feb 7, 2014, 5:27 PM EDT

    Kelly Kline/Under Armour

    One of the top prospects in the 2014 class, Findlay Prep shooting guard Rashad Vaughn was expected to announce his college decision Saturday evening. On Friday afternoon it was reported by multiple outlets that Vaughn won’t make his choice until Tuesday. Five schools remain in the running for Vaughn’s services, although more than a few…

  15. Arizona State’s Jordan Bachynski set Pac-12’s career blocks record Thursday night

    Feb 7, 2014, 3:51 PM EDT

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    Arizona State’s 86-82 overtime win over Oregon State on Thursday night was an important one for the Sun Devils, with the game being one in which a defeat would be more harmful than a win would be beneficial in regards to their NCAA tournament hopes. Yes Oregon State managed to beat UCLA on Super Bowl…

  16. Assigned Reading: Marquette’s Buzz Williams and his work with children

    Feb 7, 2014, 2:34 PM EDT

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    Throughout college basketball there are many great stories about the good deeds being done by coaches and players, with many using their stature to help those who are less fortunate. One such story is that of Marquette head coach Buzz Williams, who is using his status to help children. When hired as the head coach…

  17. Dick Vitale continues quest to renew Indiana/Kentucky series

    Feb 7, 2014, 1:58 PM EDT

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    Ever since it was announced that Indiana and Kentucky would be ending its series over differences related to where the games would be played, more than a few college basketball fans have wondered what it would take to get the two storied programs back on the same floor. Kentucky head coach John Calipari prefers that…

  18. Friday’s Pregame Shootaround: MAAC showdown, two Big East games on slate

    Feb 7, 2014, 12:51 PM EDT

    jaspers

    GAME OF THE NIGHT: Manhattan at Canisius, 7:00 p.m. (ESPNU) The preseason favorite to win the MAAC, the Manhattan Jaspers currently find themselves two games behind first-place Canisius in the race to win the regular season title. With that being the case, it’s safe to say that this one is of high importance to Steve…

  19. Will there be a change to the NBA’s age limit?

    Feb 7, 2014, 12:21 PM EDT

    silver

    The current “one and done” rule is one that has received a high amount of attention in recent years, especially during this season given the number of high-level freshmen on the scene. That rule is a product of negotiations between the NBA’s owner and its players association, with the 2004 NBA Draft being the last…

  20. Former Butler forward Andrew Smith diagnosed with non-Hodgskin’s lymphoma

    Feb 7, 2014, 11:05 AM EDT

    Andrew Smith, Dwayne Smith

    Last spring Andrew Smith wrapped up a four-year career at Butler, averaging 11.3 points and 6.1 rebounds per game as a senior for a program that made three NCAA tournament appearances during his time at the school. For his career Smith, who played just under five minutes per game as a freshman, averaged 8.6 points…