Allen says 'get on my poster'

Jarrett Allen threw down a ridiculous dunk, but the Longhorns are down double digits in Morgantown.

Scary scene as Huggins collapses on court (1:00)
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Schools paying millions to use private planes

Private planes are becoming increasingly common at U.S. colleges and universities as schools try to attract athletes, raise money and reward coaches with jet-set vacations.

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Bracketology: North Carolina makes the jump

North Carolina rose to a top line, but it closes its ACC schedule with three of four against ranked opponents. So, will the Tar Heels stay there?

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Behind the bracket: The ACC takes its rightful place

It was bound to happen, and with Selection Sunday approaching, it makes perfect sense. The ACC was going to have a team on the top line. It almost always does. And now, it's happened again.

Seminoles' Walker playing a little streetball (0:42)
Larranaga dances after Miami's win (0:22)
Bilas doesn't feel bad for Gottfried (4:20)
Elhassan says Curry would average 85 points at UCLA (1:40)
The wildest three-quarter-court heave ... that didn't count (1:00)
Calipari fired up over Gottfried being fired midseason (0:45)
Judging the best college dunks of the season (2:59)
Williams coaching style a balancing act (2:03)
Celebrating 100 episodes in 100 seconds (1:41)
Armchair bracketologists, beware: The numbers lie (1:09)


ESPN Stats and Information  

Florida State is 17-0 at home this season, tied for the best undefeated home record among major conference schools (Oregon is 17-0). The 17 wins are the most home wins in a season in program history.

Larranaga dances after Miami's win

Hurricanes head coach Jim Larranaga busts a move upsetting Virginia in Charlottesville.


Scary scene as Huggins collapses on court

West Virginia coach Bob Huggins collapses on the court during a timeout. He would get to his feet and return in the second half.


Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Arizona and Minnesota were in for top-10 sophomore Matthew Hurt today. Notre Dame and Wisconsin will watch him tomorrow.

ESPN Stats and Information  

Miami and Virginia combined for 102 points on Monday, tied for the 2nd-fewest in a game between major-conference teams this season (Wisconsin and Illinois combined for 100 on Jan. 31).

Allen says 'get on my poster'

Texas' Jarrett Allen throws down potential dunk of the year over West Virginia's Sagaba Konate.


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Florida State: 104 points tonight, its 5th 100-point game this season. That's tied for the 2nd most such games among major conference teams this season (only UCLA has more with 9). Florida State had five 100-point games in the previous 15 seasons combined.

Furious Smart picks up tech after non-call

Texas coach Shaka Smart picks up a technical foul after he was upset with a non-call on the previous play. His Longhorns trail No. 12 West Virginia late in the first half.


West picks up 4-point play for Mountaineers

Lamont West knocks down the 3-point jumper and gets the foul as No. 12 West Virginia has erased an early deficit against Texas.


C.L. Brown ESPN Staff Writer 

Nothing could have sent a stronger message for suspended Miami guard Ja'Quan Newton to get his mind right than watching the Canes go 3-0 without him. Newton should be back in the lineup for Saturday's rematch with Duke.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Also think that Miami really solidified an NCAA Tournament bid with tonight's win. 'Canes only had one top-25 win (UNC) before beating Virginia.

John Gasaway ESPN Insider 

Virginia loses at home to Miami in overtime, 54-48. During this four-game losing streak the Cavaliers have connected on just 41 percent of their 2s and 24 percent of their 3s.

Brown's big 3 seals Miami's upset

Bruce Brown connects on a crucial 3-pointer late in overtime to give the Hurricanes the 54-48 win over No. 18 Virginia.


Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Virginia has now lost four straight and is 2-6 in its last eight games.

Miami-UVA in OT after wild shot called off

Davon Reed almost hit a ridiculous game-winning 3-pointer at No. 18 Virginia, but Reed didn't release the ball in time, keeping the score tied at 43 at the end of regulation.


John Gasaway ESPN Insider 

Overtime in Charlottesville: Davon Reed's would-be game-winner for Miami came just after the buzzer. Virginia gets another five minutes against the Hurricanes.

Eamonn Brennan ESPN Staff Writer 

You almost want that foul on Isaiah Wilkins to be a foul just for the official's sake. (It was not.)