2016 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/137L 68-62
- 11/17W 91-84
- 11/20W 85-63
- 11/22W 87-82
- 11/25W 81-70
- 11/29W 82-52
- 12/2LEWW 95-71
- 12/6W 88-77
- 12/12W 92-83
- 12/18W 85-68
- 12/19W 95-53
- 12/22W 71-70
- 12/2318L 70-66
- 1/1L 79-65
- 1/3W 56-55
- 1/8L 56-54
- 1/13W 71-54
- 1/17W 91-87
- 1/20L 95-83
- 1/23W 75-70
- 1/27W 91-75
- 1/31W 70-62
- 2/416L 76-56
- 2/6L 60-56
- 2/11W 88-81
- 2/13W 81-80
- 2/17L 79-72
- 2/20L 77-53
- 2/249W 75-72
- 2/28W 79-69
- 3/513L 57-55
- 3/9W 80-56
- 3/1015L 82-78
- 3/179L 74-67
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Watch: Former college stars play for $2 million
Overseas Elite, a team comprised primarily of former college stars playing professionally in other countries trails underdog Team Colorado 46-36 at halftime in the championship game of The Basketball Tournament. Can Elite make a comeback with $2 million on the line? Live on ESPN/WatchESPN
Colorado alums play for $2 million
Team Colorado is a big underdog heading into TBT's title game, writes Jeff Goodman. Dominique Coleman, 32, will earn a $142,500 share with a win on Tuesday (7 p.m. ET on ESPN). “The first thing I'm going to buy is a $100 gift card to Chipotle,” he said. Goodman: What you need to know
Arizona won 49 straight games at McKale Center, a run that spanned four seasons, until Oregon ended the streak in 2015-16. How do other Pac-12 venues stack up?
Who has the best home-court advantage in the Pac-12? It will be hard to beat Arizona's McKale Center. Cast your vote.
TBT back in action with quarterfinals
The Basketball Tournament continues today with plenty of familiar faces from Colorado, Utah, Marquette, Bradley, Pittsburgh and Cincinnati. Games are on ESPN2 and ESPNU.
Watch: No. 1 Team 23 vs. No. 5 Team Colorado
Team 23 lost in last year's title game. Former UConn big man Gavin Edwards had a double-double in the team's last win. He'll face a group of Colorado alums in the Super 16 of The Basketball Tournament. Live on ESPN3
Just 16 teams remain in The Basketball Tournament's race for $2 million. Familiar names like Mike Bibby, Jason Williams, Hakim Warrick and Marshall Henderson square off starting Thursday.
After posting a losing record last season, UCLA coach Steve Alford needs a strong 2016-2017 campaign. How secure is Arizona's Sean Miller? We rank the stability of each Pac-12 coach's post.
Andy Katz ESPN Senior Writer
Some potential scheduling for early-season tournaments: Coaches have confirmed the Hall of Fame matchups Nov. 19-20 at the Mohegan Sun: Duke-Penn State, Cincinnati-URI; CBE Nov. 21-22 in Kansas City with Kansas-UAB, GW-Georgia; The Legends Classic isn't official yet but at least one coach expects it to be Notre Dame-Colorado, Texas-Northwestern Nov. 21-22 in Brooklyn; The 2K Classic in NYC hasn't been announced yet either but the matchups being discussed most were Marquette-Michigan, SMU-Pitt for the Nov. 17-18 games at MSG; The Men Who Speak Up Main Event in Las Vegas Nov. 21-23 has found its fourth team as Saint Louis coach Travis Ford confirmed the Billikens replaced Minnesota to join BYU, Alabama and Valparaiso. The matchups aren't available yet. And Maui Invitational organizer Dave Odom said the Maui bracket will be announced on July 19.
Colorado loses Josh Scott, its dominating post presence, from last season but a group of experienced returners should make the Buffaloes tough again.
Oregon finished on top of the Pac-12 last season and made a run to the Elite Eight. With loads of talent returning, will the Ducks continue their reign?
Colorado has veteran talent returning 2016-17, but how will Tad Boyle replace top scorer and rebounder Josh Scott?
West coast, best coast?
When it comes to the tournament, not so much. Of the seven Pac-12 teams to make the tourney, five were knocked out in the first round. Utah is the only team to have won so far, but top-seeded Oregon plays tonight. Can they make up for the rest and hang with the best?
John Gasaway ESPN Insider
You shouldn't judge a conference by the one-game sample size offered by the NCAA tournament. Or at least you shouldn't do that ordinarily. But the Pac-12's 1-5 record -- and most crucially the fact that all five losses came to lower seeds -- does little to counter the sentiment that the league's beautiful RPI was built on savvy scheduling more than performance.
The Huskies again proved how dangerous they are in March, racing from behind to beat Colorado 74-67 in the first round of the NCAA tournament.
Rodney Purvis, Daniel Hamilton and a stifling defense carried Connecticut back from an 11-point first-half deficit, giving the Huskies enough for a 74-67 win over Colorado.
Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer
Sterling Gibbs was ice at the line in the final minute for UConn. Huskies win 74-67.
Strong second half propels UConn to win
The No. 9-seeded Huskies outscored 8-seed Colorado 45-31 in the second half to win their first-round matchup 74-67 despite Buffaloes F Josh Scott's game-high 23 points. Box score
Ben Fawkes ESPN Staff Writer
UConn (-3.5) and over bettors (total anywhere from 131 to 136) were sweating, but Huskies win and cover 74-67 thanks to late free throws.