West Virginia holds off Farmar's comeback and gets a big W at Pauly Pavilion
Clemson steals one at Ga Tech
Maryland beats VaTech but loses McCray
North Carolina steals one at FSU. FSU has been on the brink of a breakout for the last ten years it seems. Still on the brink...
Arizona outgrinds Cal to a W. This is almost like a new season for Arizona with Rodgers and McClelland gone and Fendi Onobun lifting his redshirt.
Stanford wins at ASU thanks to a career high by Haryasz playing in front of his family (visiting from Page, AZ)
Washington beats the Nike Ducks
Gameday feature: UConn easily beats the spirited but Dean-less Lousville Cardinals. Making an occasional 3 helps. The only ring Pitino has a chance to get this year is the NIT ring :)
The Red Storm is back! Back to back Ws over Lousville and Pitt. They handed Pitt its first loss on the day the Johnies all-time-greats were honored. This has been a milestone week for Norm Roberts and has probably accelerated his rebuildling project. Imagine if half of the NY-based players on Pitt's rosters were playing for the StJohns! The future is bright for Norm Roberts.
Syracuse flakes once again before attempting a comeback. If G-Mac is not the most overrated player, then who is? Good win for Villanova as it keeps them in Tier 1 of the Big East (along with UConn and West Virginia)
Providence edges DePaul by one. Someone had to win that one.
Oklahoma beats Texas Tech. Oklahoma is still overrated.
Baylor is now looking at a winless season. Ouch!
Kansas drops the hammer on Nebraska. Bill Self is still overrated.
Big Eleven (aka Big 10)
Michigan State drops the hammer on Iowa
Once upon a time a big game, Indiana walks all over Purdue
Dee Brown wakes up, Illinois wins at Northwestern
Duke has Redick. The Zags have Adam Morrison. Duke stole one on a last minute three by Dockery. The Zags stole one with EK's first three of the season.
The Tigers continue to own C-USA (this time they win @ So Miss)
UAB squeaks by Houston (pun intended)
Northwestern State meets Southeastern Lousianna: two teams that created a stir with their out of conference wins earlier in the season.