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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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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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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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Sword's dunking not sharp

Mississippi State's Craig Sword made the steal and raced downcourt all alone, only to get denied by the rim.

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Kansas State knocks off No. 1 Oklahoma

Wesley Iwundu scored 22 points as the Wildcats handed the top-ranked Sooners their third loss of the season 80-69. It's Kansas State's fifth win over an AP No. 1 team. Box score

Kansas St looking to upset No. 1 Oklahoma

With under five minutes to go, the Wildcats have an 8-point lead over the Sooners. Watch on ESPNU, WatchESPN

C.L. Brown ESPN Staff Writer 

May sound crazy but no coincidence North Carolina's Marcus Paige is breaking out of his shooting slump at Notre Dame. The Irish use a Wilson basketball, which Paige has always said was his favorite. Past two years at NC State, which also uses a Wilson, he's 12 of 17 from the 3-point line.

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 cout.

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Terps' Carter goes coast-to-coast for jam

No Boilermakers bothered to stop Robert Carter. That was a bad idea.

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Slam swatted by ASU player

Washington State's Valentine Izundu went up for the two-handed slam but Arizona State's Savon Goodman came in for the big block.

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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. Game is on ESPNU.

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Watch: (2) North Carolina at Notre Dame

North Carolina is averaging 84.9 ppg, their best since the title-winning team in 2008-09. Notre Dame allows the opposition to shoot 38.6% from three-point range, the highest percentage in the ACC. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

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No. 1 Oklahoma trails at halftime

Kansas State closed the half on an 11-2 run to grab a 38-32 advantage. Buddy Hield was held to six points on 2-of-5 shooting.

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