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As March nears, college hoops cream rises

When the season started, we trusted Oregon, Duke and others. Then we lost trust. Now, after a few months, we realize we should have stuck with them.

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Oregon State pulls off the upset over Utah, earning its first conference win. It is the last major conference team to win a conference game this season. BPI gave Oregon State a 10.8% chance to win today's game

Dana O'Neil ESPN Senior Writer 

When I met with Josh Pastner at ACC media day he said he had no idea what to expect out of his young team. To say he's done a great job would be an understatement. He'd get my vote for league coach of the year.

Creighton Ball Movement pays off

A great half-court possession ends with a Justin Patton dunk for the 20th-ranked Blue Jays, who lead Georgetown 41-33 at halftime.

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Savage with Pretty Score for Butler

Kethan Savage hangs in the air and then sinks a shot for Butler. The 24th-ranked Bulldogs are up big on DePaul late in the second half.

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Dana O'Neil ESPN Senior Writer 

All-injured team of Edmond Sumner, Maurice Watson, Eron Harris, Chris Clarke, OG Anunoby, Gavin Schilling, Ben Carter, Phil Booth, Jordan Woodard, Kenny Williams, John Egbunu, Udoka Azubuike could win a lot of games. And I know I've forgotten people. Just brutal.

Eamonn Brennan ESPN Staff Writer 

The Badgers' scoring woes has become a major theme entering Sunday's home game against Maryland; Wisconsin had averaged under 40 percent from the field in its last six games, and scored just 117 points in 123 possessions in back-to-back losses to Northwestern and Michigan last week. Sunday wasn't exactly pretty -- UW shot 41.4 percent (including 2 of 12 from 3) and scored just 71 points in 66 trips -- but stout defense and a second-half surge earned them the much-needed win.

Happ spins off defender for layup

Wisconsin's Ethan Happ gets tricky in the paint after executing a beautiful reverse move. The 11th-ranked Badgers topped No. 23 Maryland, 71-60.

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Eamonn Brennan ESPN Staff Writer 

Wisconsin starting to settle in a little bit in the second half against Maryland. Melo Trimble has the Terps very much in the game, but still: This is the most comfortable the Badgers have looked in a minute.