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    • College Basketball Talk Top 25: Villanova reigns supreme
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      College Basketball Talk Top 25: Villanova reigns supreme

      1. Villanova (8-0, Last Week: 1): We had Villanova No. 1 last week, they’re still undefeated and they’re now beating Big 5 foes by 30 points while Josh Hart is posting triple-doubles. Plus, they have that really nice win at Purdue in their back pocket. 2. UCLA (8-0, 11): You knew the Bruins were going to take a jump in the rankings after winning at Kentucky. 3. Kansas (7-1, 3): They’re still my pick to win the national title, but what have they done this season to deserve being ranked above UCLA or Villanova? Beat a depleted Duke team? Frankly, there’s an argument to be made that Baylor could be ranked over them as the best Big 12 team. 4. Duke (8-1, 4): Jayson Tatum and Marques Bolden are back.

    • Williams helps No. 3 North Carolina beats Radford 95-50
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      Williams helps No. 3 North Carolina beats Radford 95-50

      CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) Kenny Williams III finally had the shooting flurry that third-ranked North Carolina has been waiting to see. The sophomore had 14 of his career-high 19 points in the opening five minutes, helping the Tar Heels build a huge early lead and beat Radford 95-50 on Sunday. Williams made his first five shots, including all four 3-point tries, during that opening flurry. Quite a change for a player who was buried on the bench for a veteran team last year, making just 1 of 13 3-pointers and seeing his confidence suffer as a result. “I’ve been waiting a year-and-a-half for a game like that,” Williams said. “I don’t want to say I knew it was coming, but with the confidence I have

    • The Associated Press

      New Orleans beats Washington State behind Thomas' 17 points

      On Saturday, a low-attended road game against streaky Washington State presented an opportunity. The Privateers owned the Cougars on glass, shot 53.7 percent from the field and Erik Thomas had 17 points and 10 boards as New Orleans defeated Washington State 70-54 to cement the landmark. ''I think it's a step forward for our program,'' New Orleans coach Mark Slessinger said.