The Hoosiers haven't made it to a men's basketball tournament bracket in five years, and now their chances of snapping that streak are slipping.
- 11/25W 91-55
- 11/30W 78-76
- 12/1W 66-44
- 12/214W 69-67
- 12/612L 68-64
- 12/9W 74-53
- 12/16W 79-63
- 12/20W 77-74
- 1/23W 84-59
- 1/5W 78-72
- 1/914W 72-70
- 1/1315L 79-77
- 1/16W 82-67
- 1/2624L 80-79
- 2/22L 83-69
- 2/6L 75-67
- 2/9W 80-77
- 2/13W 70-55
- 2/2013L 84-82
- 2/2317W 75-72
- 2/2718L 68-59
- 3/2W 81-67
- 3/416W 69-65
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— Jericho Sims matched season highs with 16 points and 12 rebounds to help No. 15 Texas beat No. 16 Oklahoma 69-65 on Thursday night.
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— Kai Jones came off the bench to score a season-high 17 points and lead four Texas players in double figures, and the 15th-ranked Longhorns pulled away from Iowa State early in an 81-67 win Tuesday night.
Kansas' win over Baylor not only means the Jayhawks move up, but also lifts Michigan to the No. 2 spot, just below undefeated Gonzaga.
— Mac McClung had 16 points to lead five Texas Tech players in double figures and the No. 18 Red Raiders snapped a three-game losing streak with a 68-59 victory over No. 14 Texas on Saturday.
— Courtney Ramey scored 15 points and made two free throws with a minute left in overtime to give Texas the lead as the 14th-ranked Longhorns earned a regular-season sweep of No. 17 Kansas with a 75-72 win Tuesday night.
The Big 12 has scheduled a dozen makeup games next week in the break the conference had left open for such games before the start of postseason tournament play.
It's not like Naz Hillmon was struggling prior to the 2020-21 season. In her sophomore campaign, the 6-foot-2 Michigan forward averaged 17.4 points...
Gonzaga and Baylor are still Nos. 1 and 2 by a wide margin, but did the weekend's Big Ten results upset the top-5 balance of power?
— Sean McNeil and No. 13 West Virginia erased a 19-point deficit in the second half, then withstood a flurry of last-second misses to hold off No. 12 Texas 84-82 on Saturday.