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Auburn slides past Hofstra 89-78.

Head coach Bruce Pearl breaks down the Tigers' third-place performance in the Charleston Classic.

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Bridges leaves game with injury in Michigan State's win.

Before leaving in the second half with an apparent ankle injury, Miles Bridges drops 20 points on 6-of-13 shooting to help Michigan State past Stony Brook in a 93-71 win.

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Minnesota's Coffey finishes nice pass with two-handed jam.

Golden Gophers' Dupree McBrayer bounce passes it backwards to Amir Coffey who jams it in for a dunk.

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Golden Gophers' Konate dunks.

Minnesota's Nate Mason goes in for the drive and tosses it to Bakary Konate who finishes strong with a dunk.

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No. 8 Florida survives UNH 70-63.

The Gators hold off a tough New Hampshire squad to grab a win and remain undefeated.

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New Hampshire and Florida trade baskets.

New Hampshire's John Ogwuche banks in the 3-pointer to take the lead but Jalen Hudson gives the lead back to Florida with a fastbreak dunk.

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Texas Tech claims Hall-of-Fame Tip-Off title.

ESPN's Chris Spatola and John Brickley discuss Keenan Evans and the Red Raiders' dominant performance against Northwestern.

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Red Raiders' Moretti sinks 3-point jumper.

Davide Moretti drains 3-point jumper from the wing.

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Behind-the-back pass leads to Minnesota dunk.

Amir Coffey gets the steal and passes ahead to Dupree McBrayer who makes the great behind-the-back pass back to Coffey for the dunk.

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Stony Brook

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Bridges throws down alley-oop.

Michigan State's Lourawls Nairn Jr. lobs a pass at the rim for Miles Bridges for the loud dunk in the first half.

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Georgia

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UGA escapes with 68-65 win over Texas A&M-CC.

A pair of late-game free throws lift the Bulldogs past the Islanders as they remain unbeaten on the season.

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Maryland

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Morsell gets up for the big and-1 Maryland dunk.

Anthony Cowan dishes to Darryl Morsell and the freshman sends in a big dunk plus the foul against Bucknell.

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Syracuse

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Battle spins by defender for the big Syracuse dunk.

Tyus Battle escapes the defense with a stellar spin move, drives baseline and throws down a punishing one-handed jam against Texas Southern.

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Mississippi State moves past FAMU.

The Bulldogs cruise to a 79-48 victory over the Rattlers to move to 2-0.

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Seton Hall

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Delgado's behind-the-back pass sets up a Nzei slam.

Seton Hall's Michael Nzei buts down dunk after Angel Delgado makes a crisp no look pass.

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Northwestern

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Pardon slams a dunk, gets block on other end.

After a nice dunk, Northwestern's Dererk Pardon comes up with a block on defense.

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Kansas dominates South Dakota State.

Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk drops 27 points and the Jayhawks roll to a 98-64 win over the Jackrabbits.

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Villanova routs Lafayette at home.

Miles Bridges finishes with 24 points as the Wildcats win by 47.

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