ESPN.com's college hoops experts make their picks for this weekend, which include the annual Memphis-Tennessee grudge match.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/5W 98-65
- 11/9W 85-74
- 11/12W 91-65
- 11/16W 100-62
- 11/20W 79-54
- 11/25W 88-75
- 11/30W 64-50
- 12/317W 80-64
- 12/7L 84-64
- 12/10W 57-54
- 12/13W 96-90
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- 1/2316h:mm a z, US/Eastern
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- 2/13h:mm a z, US/Eastern
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- 2/165h:mm a z, US/Eastern
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- Hoosiers hire former player Roberts as assistant
- Knight returns to IU, takes in baseball game
- UNC headlines 2020 Maui Invitational field
- Indiana freshman Langford says he'll enter draft
Louisville, in the AP top 10 in both men's and women's college hoops, leads ESPN's updated combined rankings.
Indiana failed to have a double-digit scorer and still rebounded from its first loss of the season to beat UConn 57-54 on Tuesday night at Madison Square Garden.
Kobe King scored a career-high 24 points and Wisconsin shot a season-high 54% to beat Indiana 84-64 on Saturday, handing the Hoosiers their first loss.
College basketball's top freshmen are again creating a lot of buzz, but some under-the-radar youngsters are thriving as well.
Devonte Green scored a career-high 30 points and Trayce Jackson-Davis added 15, leading undefeated Indiana past No. 17 Florida State 80-64 in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge on Tuesday night.
Courtside: Greenberg and Dakich preview the Big Ten-ACC Challenge. Plus, Sage Steele on Stuart Scott Day
Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich tip off the podcast by discussing their Feast Week All-Americans and teams that impressed during the last few days, Indiana's weak schedule and why Michigan isn't No. 1. Next, SportsCenter anchor Sage Steele joins the pod (17:42) ahead of Stuart Scott Day to talk about what Scott meant to her and ESPN, Scott doing P90X while undergoing chemotherapy and how he was always himself despite the naysayers. Later, the guys preview the Big Ten-ACC Challenge (29:31), looking ahead to Purdue-Virginia, Michigan State-Duke, Michigan-Louisville, Ohio State-North Carolina and Maryland-Notre Dame.
Trayce Jackson-Davis had 19 points and 14 rebounds for his fourth straight double-double to lead Indiana past South Dakota State, 64-50, Saturday.
Freshman Trayce Jackson-Davis recorded his third double-double of the season Monday and Al Durham scored 18 points to help the Hoosiers fend off Louisiana Tech 88-75.
Joey Brunk scored a season-high 16 points and Devonte Green added 16 on Wednesday night to lead Indiana past Princeton 79-54.
Justin Smith had 22 points and five rebounds to lead Indiana to a 100-62 victory over Troy on Saturday night.
Trayce Jackson-Davis scored a season-high 20 points and Rob Phinisee added 13 on Tuesday to help Indiana pull away from North Alabama 91-65.
Al Durham scored 14 of his 18 points in the second half as Indiana pulled away from pesky Portland State for an 85-74 win on Saturday.
Which schools have the best chance to hear their names called twice in mid-March? We ranked the top dual threats.
Five ESPN 100 prospects have decision dates set. Here are our predictions for where they -- and other key uncommitted players -- will sign.
While UNC, Kansas, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State battle for five-star guard Bryce Thompson, Arkansas hopes to keep No. 29 prospect Moses Moody in state.
Justin Smith matched his career high with 24 points and Al Durham added 21 on Tuesday, leading the Indiana Hoosiers to a 98-65 rout over Western Illinois.
Michigan State is the team to beat in the Big Ten and nationally. Who's the top B1G threat to the Spartans?
Some of basketball history's biggest stars didn't play college hoops (or didn't play at power programs). We considered what might have happened if they did.
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