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Follow live: Gonzaga hosting Washington

The Bulldogs, riding an eight-game winning streak to start this season, are playing the in-state rival Huskies in a non-conference game.

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Drake coach Giacoletti resigns after 1-7 start

Drake coach Ray Giacoletti resigned Tuesday after three-plus seasons, saying it was time for a "new voice" to lead the Bulldogs out of a skid that has them 1-7 this season.

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Indiana State shocks No. 16 Butler

Brenton Scott hit a free throw with 1.5 seconds left to give the Indiana State Sycamores an upset on the 60th birthday of former star Larry Bird.

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Thinking globally helps Bradley rebuild

If you need more proof that basketball is a worldwide game, just look at Bradley's roster. With five overseas players representing four countries on three continents, the Braves are truly global.

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Remember John Saunders during Jimmy V Week

The late John Saunders had a strong bond to Jim Valvano and the V Foundation for Cancer Research. Dickie V will be thinking about Saunders at the Jimmy V Classic this week.

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Injuries don't phase Duke, but leave Michigan State in survival mode (1:53)
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Bracketology: The quick rise of Baylor basketball

Remember way, way back on Nov. 3 -- a whole four weeks ago -- when Baylor debuted as a No. 8 seed? Well, things have changed -- in a hurry. The Bears have made a big move.

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Indiana State Upsets Butler

Brenton Scott hit a free throw to put Indiana State ahead, giving the Sycamores a 72-71 upset win over No. 16 Butler and setting off a court-storming in Terre Haute.

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Myron Medcalf ESPN Staff Writer 

Another upset in Indiana as Indiana State KO's No. 16 Butler. Brenton Scott finished with 24 points, 9 rebounds, 3 assists and 2 steals, and he also made the late, game-winning free throw that sealed the 72-71 win. In late November, his twin brother, Bryson Scott, led Fort Wayne with 18 points, 12 rebounds, 3 assists and 3 steals in his team's upset of Indiana. Not a bad stretch for the Scott family.

Heyward scores from far, far away

Georgia Tech's Corey Heyward drills a buzzer-beater from three-quarters court against VCU as the first half ends. The Yellow Jackets lead 36-28 at the break.

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Jeff Goodman ESPN Insider 

One coach on Mike White: "Really good young coach and has Florida guarding and playing hard," he said. "The question is whether he can recruit at a high-enough level, especially in the SEC -- where a lot of guys aren't exactly playing by the rules these days." Multiple coaches echoed these comments to me. White probably won't get many McDonald's All-Americans, but does have a pair of Top 75 guys committed for next year: Isaiah Stokes (ESPN, No. 60) and DeAundre Ballard (65).

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So focused on Duke last night and play of Kennard, Amile, Tatum — was easy to overlook Florida. Mike White done a nice job with this team.