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  • Louisville
Team 1 2
UK 22 28
Lou 18 24
Total Rebounds
20-49 41%
Field Goals
24% 13-55
5-13 38%
Three Pointers
15% 2-13
5-7 71%
Free Throws
78% 14-18
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  • No. 1 Kentucky, No. 4 Louisville resume rivalry

    LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) -- Top-ranked Kentucky has been so dominant that discussion has shifted toward whether the Wildcats are now capable of going unbeaten.

    The Associated Press
  • No. 24 Colorado State off to program's best start

    FORT COLLINS, Colo. (AP) -- The cohesion was instant at Colorado State, even with all the transfers and junior college additions.

    The Associated Press
  • Wildcats facing some tough practice days

    TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) -- Arizona overcame its shortcomings through the season's first 12 games thanks to a smothering defense that always seemed to be at its best when things got tight.

    The Associated Press
  • UAB-North Carolina Preview

    Even though its offense has disappeared at times, North Carolina has generally been able to rely on one of the country's stingiest defenses.

    The Associated Press
  • Hawaii rallies to beat Colorado for 3rd place

    HONOLULU (AP) -- It may have been Christmas Day, but it was no holiday for the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors.

    The Associated Press
  • Oakland-Maryland Preview

    With the exception of one game, Maryland hasn't had much trouble in the absence of Dez Wells and could soon get its leading scorer back.

    The Associated Press
  • Buffalo-Wisconsin Preview

    Wisconsin has gotten plenty of time to recover from its trip to the West Coast and will try to avoid showing any rust in its final tune-up before Big Ten play.

    The Associated Press
  • Tactical move by Mike Lonergan fuels George Washington's upset win

    Wichita State could not solve the 1-3-1 zone the Colonials employed in the Diamond Head Classic title game.

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  • Colorado St.-New Mexico St. Preview

    Off to best start in school history, Colorado State continues to excel from 3-point range.

    The Associated Press
  • Gonzaga-BYU Preview

    It won't take long for Gonzaga to find out how it stacks up in the West Coast Conference.

    The Associated Press
  • Nebraska beats Ohio 71-58 for 5th place

    HONOLULU (AP) -- It may be a modest two-game winning streak, but the Nebraska Cornhuskers are hoping to parlay that into some early success when they open Big Ten Conference play next week.

    The Associated Press
  • Wright St.-Ohio St. Preview

    After responding to a loss in emphatic fashion, Ohio State will try to maintain its intensity in its final game before Big Ten play.

    The Associated Press
  • George Washington upsets No. 11 Wichita St, 60-54

    HONOLULU (AP) -- George Washington needed a spark, and Kethan Savage had the answer.

    The Associated Press
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    Pitt Introduces New Football Coach Pat Narduzzi | ACC Now

    The Pitt Panthers introduced new head football coach, Pat Narduzzi at a press conference Friday. Narduzzi comes to the Panthers from Michigan State where he served as defensive coordinator for eight years. Over the past 4 years, Narduzzi's defense ranked in the top-10 in total defense. He was…

    ACC Digital Network
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    Where to Watch WCC | December 26, 2014

    Conference play starts Saturday in the West Coast Conference, and TheW.tv's Amanda Blackwell tells you where you can watch all of the men's and women's basketball games, including several TheW.tv exclusives.

    Campus Insiders
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    2014 Official Highlights | Wake Forest CB Kevin Johnson

    As one of the best cornerbacks in the conference, Wake Forest's Kevin Johnson made his side of the field a "no-fly zone" this season. Johnson was named 2nd-team All-ACC. The senior has 7 career interceptions and 191 career tackles for the Demon Deacons.

    ACC Digital Network