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Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

The metrics do not love Nebraska, even after a 76-64 win over Penn State to close the regular season — with Bruce Rasmussen, chairman of the Division I Men's Basketball Committee, in attendance. But the Cornhuskers head to New York as fourth seed in the Big Ten tournament, completing their first unbeaten home season in league play since 1965-66. Nebraska's 13 conference wins set a school record. Its 22 overall wins match the second-highest figure in program history. The Huskers look like a tourney team, but has Tim Miles' group done enough? They'll aim to erase remaining doubts at Madison Square Garden.

Holly Rowe ESPN Reporter 

Kansas Senior Guard, Devonté Graham on if team doubted ability to keep @KUhoops streak of 14 Conference Championships alive and what he anticipates for final game at home.


Anish Shroff ESPN Commentator 

70 is the magic number for NC State. The Pack is 19-4 when scoring at least 70 points this season and 0-5 when scoring less than 70.

Anish Shroff ESPN Commentator 

NC State clinches a double bye in the ACC Tournament if it wins out. If the Wolfpack do win their final three regular season games, NC State would reach 12 ACC wins for the first time since the 1974 season. 👇

Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting 

Temple big over UCF. Walk-on senior Steve Leonard started the game and knocked down two 3's to start the game. His post-game comments. " I knew I would shoot the ball if I got it. I got it twice and made two 3's. It's a moment I will remember remember rest of my life."

Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting 

This morning UCF head coach Johnny Dawkins was giving some final instructions on Temple. Important match-up in the American Conference today 2pm ET on ESPNU.

Mike Couzens ESPN College Football 

Remember the "Mac vs. PC" ads? Cory Alexander and I channeled that, while stuffing our faces, to display the discipline required for Virginia to be ranked #1


Mark Schwarz ESPN Reporter 

Spirited and competitive first half here in Eugene where Arizona's DeAndre Ayton has owned the glass, dominated with dunks, while also rejecting a pair of Oregon shots. The partisan Oregon crowd has booed Ayton lustily every time he touches the ball. And when the 7-1 Freshman stepped to the line to complete a three point play, the student section mocked the Wooden Award candidate by chanting "hundred thousand." a reference to the amount Arizona Coach Sean Miller reportedly discussed paying to ensure Ayton would play for Arizona.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Kevin Knox declined to answer questions on whether he ever had a meal with or talked to Christian Dawkins. "I'm not here to talk about that, I'm here to talk about the win."

Fran Fraschilla @franfraschilla

I was surprised that Deandre Ayton was in lineup tonight but it doesn't diminish his potential great. Incredible physical specimen.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

John Calipari on the Kevin Knox eligibility situation: "That was all the university dealing with it. I wasn't involved in any way. But I felt good about it."

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

John Calipari: "Right before your eyes, we're becoming a better basketball team."