DALLAS Teams

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Texas' Allen throws down dunk of the year candidate in loss (0:30)
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West lifts West Virginia past Texas (1:17)
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Huggins blames defibrillator for fall (1:18)
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Watch: Tech, Iowa State clash

The Red Raiders knocked off Baylor last Monday and took West Virginia to double overtime on Saturday before losing. The Cyclones seek their fourth straight win. (9 p.m. ET, ESPNU/WatchESPN)

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New look to two-seed line

Arizona rises to a No. 2 by beating Washington, Baylor with its loss to Kansas while Louisville and Oregon hold their positions.

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Should Romo want to stay in Dallas? (0:46)

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cowboys have restructured the contracts of All-Pro left tackle Tyron Smith and All-Pro center Travis Frederick, freeing up roughly $17.3 million, moving them under a proposed salary-cap of $168 million for 2017, according to sources. The total cap will be finalized by March 9 when the league year begins. The Cowboys turned roughly $21 million of the $24 million due Smith and Frederick into signing bonus to create the room. Smith was set to make $10 million in 2017, while Frederick was set to make $14.221 million.

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Sources say Mavs' approach to deadline isn't impacted by DeMarcus Cousins deal. The Mavs won't pull the plug on fighting for West's final playoff spot. That doesn't necessarily mean the Mavs won't make a trade, but there will not be a fire sale with Dallas veterans.

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Stephen A. challenges Will Cain about Romo's 'greatness' (2:05)
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Should NFL teams lean on the running game more? (1:50)
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Baylor's stumble brings clarity to top of Power Rankings (1:14)