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January 30 Rebound

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TOP 25

(3) Florida 62 (18-2, 7-0) Mississippi State 51 (13-7, 3-4)

The Gators were tested for 30 minutes by the Bulldogs before pulling ahead by 10 halfway through the second half. A 14-2 run did the trick. Mississippi St hit 42.6% from the field and only attempted 6 free throws. Florida shot 46% overall, but only went 8 of 19 at the line. The balanced Gator attack was led by 16 Casey Prather points, along with 7 rebounds. Patric Young had 12-8-3 blocks. Michael Frazier II, Dorian Finney-Smith (9 boards) and Scottie Wilbekin (8 assists) had 9, 8 and 8.

(10) Michigan 75 (16-4, 8-0) Purdue 66 (13-8, 3-5)

The Wolverine offense completely tore Purdue to shreds. Michigan was 28 of 46, 61%. They hit 7 of 13 from 3. Nik Stauskas scored 16, Caris LeVert had a 14 point, 11 rebound double double and Derrick Walton Jr also scored 14 for the victors. Michigan turned the ball over 16 times though.

(13) Cincinnati 69 (20-2, 9-0) (12) Louisville 66 (17-4, 6-2)

The Bearcats saw a 17 point lead at the under 16 erode under a big Louisville run. The Cards chipped away at the lead before taking it with a ridiculous, Russdiculous, long range three by Russ Smith (16-4 assts) with the shot clock running out. Cincinnati got free throws by Sean Kilpatrick followed by a tip in by Justin Jackson to take the lead. Jackson forced a tough layup and got a steal on the other end. Kilpatrick hit four free throws to put UC up 3. Luke Hancock missed a 3 on Louisville's last ditch effort. Cincinnati has beaten Memphis and Louisville on the road and are one of the most surprising teams of the season. Kilpatrick had 28 points, 11-11 at the line, while Jackson had 11 points, 9 rebounds, 3 assists, 2 steals and 2 blocks.

BIG 10

Nebraska 60 (11-9, 3-5) Indiana 55 (13-8, 3-5)

For the first time ever, Nebraska has a Big 10 winning streak. The Cornhuskers came back from 13 down in the second half for the win. Terran Petteway had 18 for the Huskers.

PAC 12

UCLA 70 (17-4, 6-2) Oregon 68 (14-6, 2-6)

A tough loss for the Ducks, who have dropped 5 of 6. UCLA led 65-54 with 6 remaining, which was wiped out with a 12-0 run with Joseph Young (25 pts) scoring 7 and assisting on the go ahead bucket. Jordan Adams scored a traditional 3 point play to tie the game. After Oregon forced a jump ball, which will cause the anti-jump ball people to go nuts, UCLA got possession. Travis Wear (12 pts) hit a jumper off the inbound. Kyle Anderson (10 assts) blocked Johnathan Loyd's last shot for the Bruin win. Jordan Adams had 19-6 for UCLA, while Jason Calliste added 21 off the bench for Oregon.

Oregon State 76 (12-8, 4-4) USC 75 (10-11, 1-7) OT

Hallice Cooke hit a 3 with a minute left to send the game into OT. Only 7 total points were scored in the period, a Roberto Nelson (a game high 24 pts) layup with 25 seconds left gave the Beavers a 2 point lead. Pe'Shon Howard (16 pts) went to the line with a second left. He made the first but missed the second for the heartbreak.

SEC

Auburn 74 (9-9,  1-6) Alabama 55 (9-11, 3-4)

Auburn got their first SEC win by beating the crap out of the Tide behind Chris Denson's 32 points and KT Harrell's 23-11. The Tigers shot 49% overall and 22 of 28 at the foul line. 

American

Connecticut 80 (17-4, 5-3) Houston 43 (11-10, 3-5)

Shabazz Napier led the way with 19 points and 7 rebounds, but Ryan Boatright had 15 and Niles Giffey and Phillip Nolan both had 10 for UConn. The Huskies held Houston to 27.3% shooting. Houston was 27%, 11%, 41.7% in their splits. That's how you get beat by nearly 40.

 Big East

Marquette 61 (12-9, 4-4) Providence 50 (15-6, 5-3)

In what was a big road test for the Friars' NCAA tournament case, they flopped with 14 first half points. Marquette held PC to 32% shooting and turned them over 15 times. Davante Gardner posted 14 and 6 for the Golden Eagles. Derrick Wilson had 8 assists. Bryce Cotton scored 20 for PC, but on 7 of 18 shooting.

WCC

San Diego 61 (13-10, 4-6) St. Mary's 43 (16-6, 6-3)

Poof go St Mary's NCAA at large hopes as they were 13 of 52, 25%.

BYU 88 (14-9, 6-4) Pacific 78 (11-9, 2-7)

Conference USA

UTEP 89 (15-6, 5-1) Louisiana Tech 79 (17-5, 5-2)

UTEP remains tied for first in C-USA thanks to 56% shooting. Vince Hunter, 26 and 9, Julian Washburn, 21-4 assists, CJ Cooper, 17-5 assists-4 rebounds-4 steals, and John Bohannon, 13-11-4, carried a lot of the load.

UAB 75 (14-6, 3-3) Old Dominion 66 (10-11, 4-2)

Middle Tennessee 84 (14-7, 4-2) East Carolina 67 (11-10, 0-6)

Charlotte 62 (13-7, 4-3) Florida Atlantic 53 (7-14, 2-4)

Marshall 80 (8-14, 2-5) Florida International 68 (11-10, 3-3)

UTSA 89 (7-12, 3-3) Rice 76 (6-14, 1-6)

Atlantic Sun

North Florida 67 (12-11, 6-4) Northern Kentucky 66 (8-14, 4-6)

Jalen Nesbitt had 5 points but three of them came with a second left to give the Ospreys a win.

Lipscomb 88 (9-12, 4-6) Jacksonville 76 (8-13, 4-6)

Big Sky

Weber State 76 (11-6, 8-1) Northern Arizona 67 (8-13, 5-4)

The Wildcats stay on top of the Big Sky with 28 from Davion Berry and 13 boards from Joel Bolomboy.

Portland State 80 (10-8, 5-4) Northern Colorado 57 (13-5, 7-2)

Sacramento State 84 (7-11, 3-4) Idaho State 78 (7-11, 4-5)

North Dakota 73 (9-10, 6-3) Eastern Washington 61 (8-12, 3-6)

Montana 69 (9-9, 4-5) Southern Utah 61 (1-17, 0-9)

Big West

Cal State Northridge 93 (11-11, 3-4) UC Riverside 89 (7-14, 2-5) – OT

Sam Finley made a layup for Riverside with 18 seconds left to send the game into OT. Stephen Maxwell scored 8 in the OT for Northridge.

UC Davis 62 (7-14, 2-4) Cal Poly 58 (8-12, 4-3)

Long Beach State 92 (8-12, 4-2) Hawaii 83 (14-6, 3-3)

Horizon

Milwaukee 68 (14-9, 4-5) Wright State 64 (13-11, 5-4)

MAAC

Canisius 86 (15-7, 9-2) Quinnipiac 74 (12-8, 7-4)

The Golden Griffins take a half game lead in the win column over Iona for the league lead. Billy Baron popped in 20.

Siena 66 (10-12, 6-5) Niagara 62 (6-16, 3-8)

Marist 75 (7-14, 4-7) Monmouth 73 (10-12, 4-7)

Northeastern

Robert Morris 79 (12-10, 7-0) Bryant 76 (13-9, 5-2)

Robert Morris held on to build a two game conference lead over Bryant. Karvel Anderson, 24, and Anthony Myers-Pate, 21, carried the effort. Alex Francis went for 30 and 10 for Bryant.

Mount St. Mary's 87 (8-12, 4-3) Fairleigh Dickinson 82 (8-13, 4-3)

Wagner 75 (10-10, 4-3) LIU Brooklyn 68 (7-13, 2-5)

St Francis (PA) (5-15, 3-4) Central Connecticut St 63 (5-15, 1-6)

Ohio Valley

Eastern Kentucky 89 (15-7, 6-3) Tennessee-Martin 66 (7-17, 2-7)

Tennessee State 81 (3-21, 2-8) Tennessee Tech 68 (10-13, 3-5)

Southern

Davidson 94 (11-11, 7-1) Chattanooga 51 (14-9, 8-1)

Davidson shot 59% overall, 36-57 on two pointers, 63%, in their drubbing of the formerly undefeated Mocs. De'Mon Brooks went for 27-12.

Elon 74 (11-11, 4-3) Western Carolina 60 (12-11, 5-3)

UNC Greensboro 66 (11-12, 4-4) Appalachian State 61 (6-14, 2-5)

Georgia Southern (10-12, 3-4) 83 Citadel 53 (4-19, 0-8)

Southland

Stephen F Austin 64 (19-2, 8-0) Abilene Christian 48 (7-14, 1-6)

SFA held AC to 31.8% shooting and forced 21 turnovers. Jacob Parker had 17-9 while Nikola Gajic, 5 boards, 4 steals, 3 assists, and Desmond Haymond, 7 boards, 3 assists, 3 steals, both had 11.

Nicholls State 73 (9-8, 6-2) Oral Roberts 72 (10-11, 4-4) – OT

Korey Billbury (11 pts) went to the line with 6 seconds left in regulation down 1 with a chance to win for ORU, but he missed the first before making the second and forcing overtime. Dantrell Thomas (28 pts) hit a pair of free throws to win the game for Nicholls with 7 seconds left.

Central Arkansas 76 (5-14, 2-6) McNeese State 75 (6-14, 4-4)

The Cowboys made a huge second half rally from down 17 to having a 4 point lead with 15 seconds left. A three by Aubrey Ball (23 pts) cut it to 1. After only hitting 1 of 2 at the line, LaQuentin Miles scored a layup with a foul with a second left. He converted the layup for the deflating loss for McNeese. An inflating win for Central Arkansas if you choose to look at it that way.

Sam Houston 78 (15-6, 7-2) Texas A&M -CC 74 (9-13, 6-3)

Northwestern State 100 (8-11, 4-4) Incarnate Word 86 (16-4, 4-3)

New Orleans 90 (8-9, 5-4) Southeast Louisiana 85 (9-11, 4-5)

Lamar 59 (3-18, 2-7) Houston Baptist 57 (4-17, 1-8)

Summit

South Dakota State 74 (11-10, 3-3) Denver 73 (10-11, 3-3)

Down 5 with 23 seconds left, Jordan Dykstra (18 pts) hit a 3, Cody Larson got a steal and Dystra made another 3, and 2 subsequent free throws, to give the Jackrabbits the win.

North Dakota State 66 (16-5, 5-1) South Dakota 63 (8-12, 3-3)

The Bison keep pace with IPFW with 20 and 8 from TrayVonn Wright.

IPFW 86 (17-6, 5-1) Omaha 82 (12-9, 2-4)

ND State kept pace because IPFW packed in a solid win earlier in the evening. Jake Reed, not the Vikings receiver, had 20 points and 7 boards off the bench. 

Western Illinois 69 (9-12, 3-3) IUPUI 54 (5-18, 0-6)

Sun Belt

Western Kentucky 77 (14-7, 6-2) Texas Arlington 72 (9-11, 4-4)

Arkansas Little Rock 80 (11-10, 6-3) Louisiana Lafayette 69 (12-9, 3-5)

Louisiana Monroe 72 (7-9, 4-4) Arkansas State 65 (11-8, 4-4)

WAC

Utah Valley 67 (13-7, 7-0) Texas-Pan American 53 (6-16, 2-5)

The Wolverines stay the only WAC unbeaten with a balanced scoring effort from Mitch Bruneel (16), Holton Hunsaker (15) and Keawe Enos (14).

New Mexico State 89 (16-7, 5-2, Cal State Bakersfield 86 (8-13, 1-6)

Grand Canyon 76 (10-10, 5-2) Chicago State 75 (9-12, 4-3)

TOP POINTS

  1. 38 – Tyler Haws – BYU
  2. 32 – Chris Denson – Aub.
  3. 30 – Alex Francis – Bryant
  4. 29 – Tymell Murphy – FIU
  5. 29 – Mike Caffey – LB St.
  6. 28 – Sean Kilpatrick – Cin
  7. 28 – Mikh McKinney – Sac. St
  8. 28 – Dantrell Thomas – Nich. St
  9. 28 – Davion Berry – Web. St
  10. 28 – Lonnei McClanahan – TX-Arl.
  11. 28 – Justin Simmons – Omaha
  12. 27 – De'Mon Brooks – Dav.
  13. 27 – Sam Finley – UC River.
  14. 27 – Jalan West – NW St
  15. 27 – Patrick Miller – Tenn. St
  16. 27 – Melvin Johnson III – Ark. St
  17. 27 – Chad Frazier – UAB
  18. 27 – Josh Williams – Lips.
  19. 26 – Vince Hunter – UTEP
  20. 26 – Shawn Glover – ORU
  21. 26 – Jordan Potts – UNC Green.
  22. 25 – Joseph Young – Ore.
  23. 25 – Kareem Jamar – Mont.
  24. 25 – Earl Brown – St Fran (PA)

TOP REBOUNDS

  1. 17 – Tommy Spagnolo – App St
  2. 16 – Michael Holyfield – Sam Hou
  3. 15 – Kyle Cain – UNC Green.
  4. 13 – Stephen Maxwell – CS North.
  5. 13 – Drew Brandon – E. Wash
  6. 13 – Joel Bolomboy – Web. St
  7. 12 – Kyle Doyle – Ga. So.
  8. 12 – De'Mon Brooks – Dav
  9. 12 – Will Neighbour – UALR

TOP ASSISTS

  1. 13 – Jason Brickman – LIU Brook.
  2. 11 – Julian Norfleet – Mt. St. Mary's
  3. 10 – Kyle Anderson – UCLA
  4. 10 – Jalen West – NW St
  5. 10 – Kareem Canty – Marshall
  6. 8 – Scottie Wilbekin – UF
  7. 8 – Andre Hatchett – Id. St
  8. 8 – Tomas Sanchez – Id St
  9. 8 – Evan Conti – Qunn.
  10. 8 – Derrick Wilson – Marq.

TOP STEALS

  1. 6 – Kenneth Ortiz – Wagner

TOP BLOCKS

  1. 7 – Sim Bhullar – NM St.
  2. 5 – Phabian Glasco – Cen. Ark.
  3. 5 – Michael Holyfield – Sam Hou
  4. 5 – Adam Kemp – Marist
  5. 5 – Kelvin Penn – FAU
  6. 5 – Naofall Folahan – Wagner
  7. 5 – Brandon Peel – C. Conn. St
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