Another second-half lead gone - this time against crosstown rival Pittsburgh - and Duquesne coach Jim Ferry wondered if his young team was on the verge of an emotional collapse. Not with the Dukes finally pushing back after spending the last 15 years getting pushed around by the bigger, deeper and more
Maryland's 73-59 loss to Pittsburgh was not only the first setback of the year for the Terrapins, but also the just the third time an opposing team has won inside Xfinity Center in two years. Here's three takeaways from the loss. 1. 'Please zone us.' That was the plea from Maryland Coach
Duke vs. Michigan State: The #5 Blue Devils were impressive in their win over the Spartans in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge, 78-69. Grayson Allen had a big night with a game-high 24 points and five 3-point field goals. Luke Kennard also contributed heavily with 20 points of his own.