On the last Saturday in February, upsets and statement wins dominated the college basketball landscape. Which win was the best? Vote now.
2017 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/11W 113-71
- 11/14W 73-55
- 11/20W 130-63
- 11/24W 73-71
- 11/25W 73-56
- 11/2711L 73-71
- 12/1L 55-54
- 12/5W 91-47
- 12/8L 78-64
- 12/17W 97-80
- 12/20W 88-60
- 12/30W 63-56
- 1/42L 65-63
- 1/7W 79-70
- 1/11W 96-86
- 1/14L 84-77
- 1/162L 76-72
- 1/21W 92-87
- 1/24W 70-65
- 1/28L 84-78
- 1/317L 85-72
- 2/43W 92-89
- 2/7L 67-65
- 2/11W 80-64
- 2/15W 87-79
- 2/18W 84-71
- 2/20W 82-80
- 2/259W 72-69
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Deonte Burton scored 22 points, including a crucial 3 with 1:17 left, and Iowa State beat No. 9 Baylor 72-69 on Saturday for its fifth straight win.
Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer
Iowa State's Monte Morris now has 57 assists and five turnovers in his last nine games. That's just silly.
Watch: The battle for second in Big 12
Baylor and Iowa State are tied with West Virginia, all at 10-5 in conference play. The Bears won the teams' first meeting in early January during their 15-0 run to open the season. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN
Saturday's home losses by Kansas, Baylor and West Virginia to unranked conference foes hint at serious detours ahead on the way to the Big 12 crown.
Syracuse improved its NCAA tournament profile with a buzzer-beating win over Duke on Wednesday. Which bubble team will make the next big statement?
Three teams -- Baylor, Kansas and West Virginia -- are locks, Oklahoma State and Iowa State are close and K-State, TCU and Texas Tech are all on the bubble.
Behind 23 points from Monte Morris and 20 from Matt Thomas, Iowa State picked up an 82-80 overtime win against Texas Tech on Monday night.
Iowa State jumps two notches and Oklahoma State one to join South Carolina and Xavier.
Naz Mitrou-Long had 15 of his 25 points in the first half and Iowa State beat TCU 84-71 Saturday to move into a three-way tie for second in the Big 12.
Baylor and Kansas are still No. 1 seeds, but West Virginia, Iowa State and Kansas State all drop. TCU and Texas Tech remain on the bubble.
Solomon Young scored a season-high 18 points on 8-of-10 shooting and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead Iowa State to an 87-79 win over Kansas State on Wednesday night.
Myron Medcalf ESPN Staff Writer
A smart player like Monte Morris won't just make it to the league, he'll play for a decade.
This week's must-watch matchups
No. 14 Virginia's visit to No. 10 UNC has the highest pregame matchup quality of the games scheduled for this week, according to ESPN's BPI.
West Virginia joins Baylor and Kansas among the locks for the NCAA tournament. Oklahoma State, TCU, Kansas State, Iowa State and Texas Tech still have work left to do.
The Wildcats appear to be bracket bound for the first time ever. They're joined by Iowa State (steady), Saint Mary's (falling) and Xavier (falling) on the No. 7 line.
Naz Mitrou-Long scored 23 points and Iowa State cruised past Oklahoma 80-64 on Saturday, sending the Sooners to their seventh straight defeat.
The Cyclones' upset at Kansas impressed Jay Bilas, who believes they have what it takes to compete with anyone come March despite failing to appear in the most recent AP poll.
Central Michigan guard Marcus Keene -- all 5-foot-9 of him -- has elbowed his way onto the Wooden Award watch list as he vies to become the first player in 20 years to average 30 points.
Last weekend brought upsets aplenty
There was no shortage of upset wins last weekend. But Oklahoma State's 82-75 victory over then-No. 7 West Virginia checks in as the top upset, based on BPI Chance to Win percentage.