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Medcalf: No. 1 Oklahoma goes cold and loses to Kansas State

Oklahoma, one of the top 3-point-shooting teams in recent college basketball history, had a rough night at Kansas State. Does the upset signal possible trouble for the Sooners in March?

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When court-storming is banned after upsetting No. 1, the team goes into the crowd (0:44)
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Moments of impact

Will Notre Dame's Bonzie Colson, DePaul's Myke Henry, Kentucky's Jamal Murray or West Virginia's Devin Williams claim the Capital One Cup Impact Performance of the Week? Vote now.

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Keys for Michigan State to win in Ann Arbor (0:56)
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Greenberg: Villanova must contain Dunn (0:57)
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One-year postseason ban long enough for Louisville? (1:49)
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OTL: Louisville's self-imposed ban (6:48)
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Bubble Watch: Kansas one of few safe teams

Attaining lock status in a wild season like this is difficult, but some teams, like Kansas, did enough to get there this week. As for the rest of Division I? There's a lot of work to do.

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Greenberg: The Big 12 is must-see TV (1:16)
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3-Point Shot: Cat Barber for ACC POY (2:06)
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BPI projects a wide-open NCAA Tournament

There are currently 19 teams with at least a 1 percent chance of winning the NCAA Tournament. Stats & Info digs into the numbers and projections.

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McKendree's Statham passes Summitt in wins

Harry Statham earned his record-breaking 1,099th victory as a head coach on Saturday, as freshman Nate Michael scored 40 points to lead McKendree to a 92-84 win over Maryville.

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Ducks use long ball to roll over Buffaloes (0:46)
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SVP's Bad Beats: Arizona State, Rutgers (2:22)
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The opening tip goes right to... Rece Davis (0:51)
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Bilas: What we can learn from NBA (2:08)
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#Top10Thursday: Craziest coaching faces

Tom Izzo, John Calipari, Bob Huggins, Tom Crean and Sean Miller are some of college basketball's most expressive coaches.

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Lange: Weekend's best college hoops bets

ESPN Insider Andrew Lange outlines the best value bets among Saturday's slate of college basketball games, including Villanova-Providence and Purdue-Maryland.

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Medcalf: Diamond Stone can lead Maryland to the top

Diamond Stone helped Maryland escape with a win at Nebraska. Close victories have become familiar territory for the Terps, but they'll need more big games from Stone to reach their lofty potential.

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Daily Word: Is Florida an NCAA tournament team?

The Gators aren't ranked in either poll, but are high in the BPI and RPI. So which do you side with, the voters or the numbers? And what will that mean come Selection Sunday?

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Top two teams fall in college basketball

Oklahoma and North Carolina fell on Saturday, marking the first time that the No. 1 and No. 2 teams lost on the same day since Feb. 2, 2013.

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Why fight when you can dab?

As Vanderbilt and Ole Miss scuffled, Commodores G Wade Baldwin IV didn't take part in the altercation and instead chose to dab.

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Huge, vicious block for Notre Dame

Even from trailing the play, Zach Auguste got the big swat.

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The ball stops here

Back iron and out? Back iron and in? In this case, it just stayed there.

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Not pretty but buzzer-beater counts for 3

As the clock went to 0 in the first half, Arizona State's Obinna Oleka gets turned around but still beat the buzzer from near half court.

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Alley-oop from real long range

Dean Wade was way outside the arc, but still found a way to get this alley-oop to Wesley Iwundu for the slam.

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Penn State shocks No. 22 Indiana

Brandon Taylor poured in 24 points to fuel a 68-63 upset in State College.

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West Virginia pulls away from Baylor

Daxter Miles Jr. scored a season-high 20 points as the 14th-ranked Mountaineers earned an 80-69 win over the 15-ranked Bears.

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Cal Poly puts on a show on the break

David Nwaba's between-the-legs pass set up Josh Martin's slam

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No. 14 West Virginia downs No. 15 Baylor

The Mountaineers recorded 20 assists on 27 made field games to defeat the Bears 80-69 and move atop the Big 12 standing at 8-2. Box score

Penn State topples No. 22 Indiana

Brandon Taylor went for 24 points as the Nittany Lions snapped a four-game skid with a 68-63 victory. Indiana had won seven of the last eight meetings against Penn State. Box score

Mountaineers add to lead with 9-0 run

Daxter Miles Jr.'s deep 3-pointer was part of a run that extended West Virginia's lead to 19 over Baylor on ESPN2.

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No. 2 UNC drops second straight game

Notre Dame's second-half rally toppled North Carolina 80-76.

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Mountaineers push lead to double digits

Baylor has won seven of its eight meetings with West Virginia, but the Bears find themselves down 12 after this dunk from Devin Williams.

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Dana O'Neil ESPN Senior Writer 

North Carolina continues to be an annoying enigma. Notre Dame just played harder. Toughness, grit, oomph, choose your word, but that's what missing from the Tar Heels. They have a ton of talent but you need more than that to win.

Notre Dame upsets No. 2 North Carolina

All five Fighting Irish starters scored in double figures and Notre Dame went 31-of-38 from the line to topple North Carolina 80-76. Box score

No. 1 Oklahoma upset by Kansas State

The Wildcats sent the Sooners to their third loss of the season.

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History brewing in college hoops

If No. 2 UNC falls to Notre Dame, it would mark only the seventh day in which both the AP No. 1 and No. 2 teams each lost to unranked opponents. Oklahoma fell to Kansas State. Tar Heels trail on ESPN & WatchESPN

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Mistakes hurting UNC vs. Notre Dame

The Tar Heels are getting outscored 17-0 on points off turnovers midway through the second half. Entering the game, UNC outscored its opponents by 9.0 ppg off turnovers, 2nd-most among major conference teams. Live on ESPN & WatchESPN

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Notre Dame cuts deficit to three on ESPN

Demetrius Jackson followed up a miss with a tip-in to bring the Fighting Irish within one possession of the 2nd-ranked Tar Heels.

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Wildcats storm the crowd after upset

Fans weren't allowed to storm the court after knocking off No. 1 Oklahoma, so Kansas State brought the celebration to them.

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