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February 13 Rebound

Welcome to the rebound for February 13. Let's get to the action.

Photo via Leon Halip / Getty Images from ESPN

Let's talk about this photo real quick. That guy in the hat and neck beard is in awe. Dude in the glasses is like "ohhhhh." Those girls in the green shirts are not impressed AT ALL. This is a great photo.

(9) Michigan State 85 (21-4, 10-2) Northwestern 70 (12-13, 5-7)

The Spartans used a 16-5 first half run to break this one open. Adreian Payne scored 8 of Michigan St's first 13 of the second half. Sparty slowly broke the lead wider until a 10-2 run got the lead to 19. Payne led 4 Spartans in double figures with 20. Payne was 6 of 11, 2 of 4 from 3 and 6 of 8 from the line. He also had 14 rebounds. Denzel Valentine had 16, which was fitting. Gary Harris had 14 on 6 of 13 shooting. JerShon Cobb put up 22 on 5 of 11 from 3 for the Wildcats. Drew Crawford scored 18 but on 7 of 17.

(18) Creighton 68 (20-4, 10-2) Butler 63 (12-13, 2-11)

The Blue Jays have not been impressive at all the last 4 games. The Blue Jays didn't score for over 3 minutes late. They had a 3 point lead wiped out when Khyle Marshall made a layup with 1:15 left to put Butler ahead. Just like he has all his career, Doug McDermott bailed out Creighton with a 3. Butler missed a layup for the lead, Austin Chatman (9pts) hit a pair of free throws, then Butler missed a 3 for the tie on a not great look by Kellen Dunham. Chatman hit 2 more to ice it. McDermott had a game high 26 on 11 of 19, 3 of 5. Will Artino had 11 and 10 for the Blue Jays. Kellen Dunham had 16 on 6 of 13, 3-8 from 3.

(21) Wisconsin 78 (20-5, 7-5) Minnesota 70 (16-9, 5-7)

The Golden Gophers went over 6 minutes without a field goal in the first half, lost their lead and never led again. Minnesota scored 18 points the last 5 minutes. They gave up 16 so it didn't help that much. Wisconsin was money from the foul line, hitting 30 of 36. Frank Kaminsky was 9-9 for over half of his 17 points. Ben Brust broke out his little shooting slump with 20 on 5-7, 4-4, 6-8 at the line. Brust and Kaminsky each had 6 rebounds. Nigel Hayes added 15 off the bench. Andre Hollins had 22 for the Gophers on 6 of 12, 4 of 6, 6 of 8. Malik Smith scored 14 in 16 minutes.

ACC

Georgia Tech 74 (13-12, 4-8) Boston College 71 (6-18, 2-9)

This game had a wild finish. Tech cut the lead to 1 with 69 seconds left when Marcus Georges-Hunt hit a pair of free throws. Daniel Miller blocked a BC layup attempt. After a timeout, Georges-Hunt scored a layup. Oliver Hanlan hit a jumper with 3 seconds left for BC. But Georges-Hunt hit a 3 with a foul at the buzzer for the win. Just like the Syracuse game last night, BC called timeout before the play. It cost them dearly as well.

Marcus Georges-Hunt scored 15 points. Daniel Miller had 18 for Tech. Oliver Hanlan scored 21 for BC.

SEC

Missouri 86 (17-7, 5-6) Arkansas 85 (15-9, 4-7)

Missouri was up 83-75 before Arkansas went on a 10-0 run to take the lead. After a Jordan Clarkson free throw cut the lead to 1, Rashad Madden turned the ball over for the Razorbacks. Jabari Brown hit a runner in the paint for the game winner. Madden missed a pretty good look in the final seconds. In the battle of Frank Haith vs Road Arkansas, Road Arkansas prevailed. Jordan Clarkson scored 27 for Mizzou on 8 of 15, 11 of 13 at the line. Brown was just 5 of 15 from the field, but hit the game winner and 14 of 15 at the line for 25 points. Rashad Madden had a team high 17 for Arky on 4 of 12, 8 of 10 from the line.

South Carolina 65 (9-15, 2-9) Vanderbilt 59 (13-10, 5-6)

PAC 12

UCLA 92 (19-5, 8-3) Colorado 74 (18-7, 7-5)

This was a close game until the Bruins broke it open in the second half with the 3 ball. UCLA hit 11 of 22 overall. Bryce Alfrord hit 4 of 5 as a part of his 14 point effort. Kyle Anderson had 22 points on 7 of 12, 2-2, 6-7, with 11 assists to 1 turnover and 7 rebounds. Jordan Adams had 17-7-7-3 steals. Adams was 0-5 from 3. Askia Booker had a career high 12 assists for Colorado to go along with 16 points. Booker was just 6 of 16 from the field though. Josh Scott scored 20 on 8 of 12 shooting.

Utah 79 (17-7, 6-6) USC 71 (10-14, 1-10)

This was the first road win of the year for Utah. Delon Wright had 20. The rest of his teammates went 10 of 19 from 3. That'll win games.

BIG EAST

St John's 68 (16-9, 6-6) Seton Hall 67 (13-12, 4-8)

The Red Storm held the Pirates without a point for the last 3:10. That allowed them to go on a 5-0 run to win the game. Chris Obekpa, a career 19 of 46 at the line, hit one of two freebies for the win. Sir'Dominic Pointer made 2 free throws and assisted on a JaKarr Sampson dunk to get us to the tie. Obekpa and Pointer each had 10. Fuquan Edwin scored 25 for Seton Hall on 8 of 18, 2 of 10, 7 of 7 shooting. He had 6 boards and 4 steals as well.

WCC

Gonzaga 83 (22-4, 12-1) Pepperdine 68 (14-12, 7-7)

The Bulldogs got back on the sunny side of the scoreboard following the Memphis loss on Saturday night. The Bulldogs shot 52.5% and hit 10 of 24 from distance. David Stockton and Kevin Pangos each had 18 points. Przemek Karnowski had 17-7-4 assists.

Pacific 89 (13-10, 4-8) BYU 82 (17-9, 9-4)

This was a pretty awful loss for BYU. The Tigers shot 52%, hitting 10 of 21 from 3. That's not good defense.

St Mary's 69 (19-7, 9-4) San Diego 57 (13-14, 4-10)

Portland 71 (14-11, 6-7) Loyola Marymount 64 (11-15, 3-11)

CONFERENCE USA

FAU 71 (10-15, 5-5) UTEP 69 (18-7, 8-2)

The Miners hit three 3s in the last 1:15 to take the lead, two in the last 33 seconds. But Marquan Botley drilled one for FAU for the win. Heartbreaker that keeps UTEP from being the sole first place team in C-USA because …

UAB 84 (15-9, 4-6) Southern Miss 60 (21-4, 8-2)

The Blazers hit 53% from the field. 11 of those were 3 pointers. CJ Washington had 21 and Chad Frazier had 20 and 10 assists to 1 turnover. The duo combined for 8 of 17 from 3. USM shot 36.8% overall, 2 of 16 from 3.

Middle Tennessee 71 (18-7, 8-2) Tulane 44 (13-12, 5-5)

Middle Tennessee and Louisiana Tech join the two losers for a 4 way tie atop the league. Shawn Jones had 17-10-6 blocks in the win.

Tulsa 76 (12-12, 7-3) East Carolina 58 (13-12, 2-8)

Old Dominion 72 (12-13, 6-4) North Texas 62 (11-13, 2-8)

FIU 80 (13-12, 5-5) UTSA 72 (7-16, 3-7)

ATLANTIC SUN

East Tennessee St 89 (15-12, 8-6) Florida Gulf Coast 81 (16-10, 10-3)

This loss knocks FGC a half game back of Mercer for the league lead. The Buccaneers knocked down 12 of 30 from 3. Rashawn Rembert had 31 on 10 of 20, 6 of 12, 5 of 6. Bernard Thompson had 23 for Gulf Coast.

BIG SKY

Weber St 75 (14-7, 11-2) Southern Utah 55 (1-21, 0-13)

This went about as you expect from glancing at the records. Davion Berry had 23 for the Big Sky leaders, who shot 60.5% from the field and 10 of 17 from 3.

Northern Colorado 89 (14-8, 8-5) Montana 86 (12-10, 7-6) – OT

Michael Weisner of Montana hit a 3 with 67 seconds left that would send the game to OT. Tate Unruh scored 5 straight in the OT period to assure Bear victory. He had 8.

Northern Arizona 65 (11-13, 8-5) Portland St 63 (11-11, 6-7)

Kris Yanku made a layup in the closing seconds for the Lumberjack victory.

Montana St 78 (12-12, 7-6) North Dakota 70 (10-13, 7-6)

Eastern Washington 85 (11-13, 6-7) Sacramento St 72 (10-12, 6-7)

BIG SOUTH

Radford 102 (17-9, 7-4) UNC Asheville 92 (13-12, 7-4)

BIG WEST

UC Santa Barbara 65 (16-6, 7-2) Long Beach St 64 (10-14, 6-4)

Michael Bryson made a layup with a second left for the Gaucho win. This places the Gauchos in a first place tie with UC Irvine.

Hawaii 87 (17-7, 6-4) UC Riverside 76 (8-16, 3-7)

Cal Poly 62 (9-14, 5-5) CS Northridge 55 (12-14, 4-7)

CS Fullerton 74 (8-15, 3-6) UC Davis 64 (8-17, 3-7)

COLONIAL

Charleston 47 (13-13, 5-6) Drexel (13-11, 5-6)

Willis Hall won it with a jumper at the 4 second mark.

UNC-Wilmingon 55 (8-19, 2-10) Northeastern 45 (8-18, 5-7)

HORIZON

Green Bay 71 (20-5, 10-2) Youngstown St 40 (13-13, 4-7)

This beatdown keeps the Phoenix a game up on Cleveland State. Alec Brown went off for 24 on 11 of 16 shooting. Keifer Sykes had 14-9-5 assists.

Cleveland St 73 (18-9, 9-3) Illinois-Chicago 53 (5-20, 0-11)

MAAC

Quinnipiac 80 (16-8, 11-4) Fairfield 72 (5-21, 2-13)

Manhattan 86 (18-6, 11-4) Rider 69 (12-12, 8-7)

NORTHEAST

Robert Morris 66 (15-11, 10-1) St Francis (PA) 60 (7-17, 5-6)

The Colonials maintain the league lead thanks to a 28 point effort from the great Karvel Anderson.

OHIO VALLEY

Belmont 73 (20-8, 11-2) Tennessee St 71 (3-25, 2-11)

The Bruins had a lot of trouble putting this one way, as you can tell. They were eventually able to when Tennessee St just ran out of time. JJ Mann had 21 for Belmont. Patrick Miller had a game high 23 fro the Tigers. MJ Rhett had 19 rebounds for them as well.

Murray St 82 (15-9, 10-2) SIU Edwardsville 72 (10-16, 6-6)

Morehead St 69 (17-9, 8-3) Jacksonville St 67 (10-17, 4-8)

Tennessee Tech 72 (13-13, 6-5) Eastern Kentucky 66 (17-9, 7-5)

Austin Peay 88 (11-14, 5-6) Eastern Illinois 83 (9-16, 6-7)

SOUTHERN

UNC Greesnboro 68 (12-14, 5-6) Georgia Southern 56 (11-15, 4-7)

Appalachian St 74 (8-16, 4-7) Samford 68 (11-16, 5-7)

SOUTHLAND

Stephen F. Austin 78 (23-2, 12-0) Lamar 69 (3-21, 2-10)

The Lumberjacks rolled by hitting 66% from the field. Desmond Haymon put in 30 on 9 of 13, 2 of 3. 10 of 12. Thomas Walkup had 19 on 9 of 11 with 11 boards.

Sam Houston 67 (18-6, 10-2) Northwestern St 64 (11-12, 7-5)

Texas A&M-CC 84 (12-14, 9-4) Central Arkansas 73 (6-17, 3-9)

Incarnate Word 80 (19-5, 7-4) Abilene Christian 68 (8-17, 2-9)

Oral Robert 80 (13-12, 7-5) Houston Baptist 66 (4-21, 1-12)

New Orleans 70 (10-10, 7-5) Nicholls St 64 (10-11, 7-5)

SE Louisiana 62 (10-13, 5-7) McNeese St 53 (7-17, 5-7)

SUMMIT

North Dakota St 56 (19-6, 8-2) Western Illinois 52 (9-15, 3-6)

The Bison stay on top of the league with a close effort. They shot 40% overall, 3 of 16 from 3. But they hit 17 of 19 from the line. Taylor Braun had 19 on 5 of 9, 1 of 3, 8 of 10. Good job, Taylor.

South Dakota St 77 (15-10, 7-3) Omaha 60 (15-10, 4-5)

IFPW 75 (19-8, 7-3) South Dakota 69 (9-15, 3-6)

IUPUI 59 (6-21, 1-9) Denver 49 (12-12, 5-4)

SUN BELT

UL-Lafayette 93 (16-9, 7-5) UA-Little Rock 87 (12-13, 7-6) – 2 OT

This game was 68-59 with 5 minutes left before UALR closed on a 13-4 run to send it into OT. Josh Hagins hit a 3 with 48 seconds left for that. Hagins scored 4 points in the last 26 seconds of OT, highlighted by a pair of free throws with 2 seconds left, to send it to double OT. A 10-2 Cajun run in OT, with 7 straight by Bryant Mbamalu (14 pts), was more than enough to end this wild one. Josh Hagins had a game high 24 for UALR. Elfrid Payton had 23 for ULL.

Western Kentucky 81 (17-8, 9-3) Troy 76 (8-15, 3-8)

Arkansas St 85 (14-8, 7-4) South Alabama 61 (7-17, 1-10)

TX-Arlington 85 (10-13, 5-6) UL Monroe 74 (7-12, 4-7)

WAC

Seattle 71 (12-11, 4-6) Utah Valley 57 (14-9, 8-2)

The WAC leading Wolverines were hammered by Isiah Umipig's 32 points.Utah Valley shot 36% but was 5 of 20 from 3. 

TX-Pan American 71 (7-19, 3-8) Chicago St 68 (10-13, 5-4) – OT

This one went into OT when UTPA scored the last 5. Shaquille Hines hit 2 free throws with 1:18 left to send it to OT eventually. Chicago St tied OT with a layup with 42 seconds remaining, but Shaquille Boga came down and drilled a 3 for the win. He had 16 points.

New Mexico St 71 (19-8, 8-3) UMKC 48 (7-16, 4-6)

CS Bakersfield 76 (10-14, 3-7) Idaho 67 (10-15, 4-7)

TOP POINTS

  1. 41 – Andrew Rowsey – UNC -Ashe.
  2. 32 – Sherman Blanford – E.Ill.
  3. 32 – Isiah Umipig – Seattle
  4. 31 – Rashawn Rembert – ETSU
  5. 30 – Desmond Haymon – SFA
  6. 28 – Karvel Anderson – R.Morris
  7. 28 – Matt Carlino – BYU
  8. 27 – Christian Standhardinger – Hawaii
  9. 27 – Jordan Clarkson – Mizzou
  10. 26 – Doug McDermott – Creigh.
  11. 26 – Cory Dixon – NO
  12. 25 – Denzel Livingston – Incarnate Word
  13. 25 – Dennis Kramer – San Diego
  14. 25 – Jabari Brown – Mizzou
  15. 25 – LaQuentin Miles – C.Ark
  16. 25 – Fuquan Edwin – S.Hall
  17. 24 – Alec Brown – GB
  18. 24 – Tylor Ongwae – UL-Monroe
  19. 24 – Ed Dyson – AP
  20. 24 – Josh Hagins – UALR
  21. 24 – Melvin Johnson III – Ark.St

TOP REBOUNDS

  1. 19 – MJ Rhett – Ten.St
  2. 18 – Sherman Blanford – E.Ill
  3. 16 – Scott Eatherton – N'Eastern
  4. 14 – Adreian Payne – Mich.St
  5. 13 – Christian Standhardinger – Hawaii
  6. 13 – Chris Eversley – Cal Poly
  7. 13 – Adjehi Baru – Charl.
  8. 13 – Fred Chatmon – UMKC
  9. 13 – Tshilidzi Nephawe – NM St

TOP ASSISTS

  1. 12 – Askia Booker – Colo. 
  2. 11 – Kyle Anderson – UCLA
  3. 10 – Alec Wintering – Portland
  4. 10 – Keith Shamburger – Hawaii

TOP STEALS

  1. 5 – Jelani Hewitt – Ga.Southern
  2. 5 – Chris Jones – N.TX
  3. 5 – Christavious Gill – NO

TOP BLOCKS

  1. 7 – Damian Jones – Vandy
  2. 7 – Trevor Gruis – S.Dak.
  3. 7 – Rhamel Brown – Man.
  4. 6 – Taylor Johns – UC Riverside
  5. 6 – Shawn Jones – MTSU
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