Gonzaga, Tennessee and Alabama are among the teams to skyrocket up the class rankings after the latest ESPN 100 update.
- 11/25W 84-61
- 11/27W 76-58
- 12/812L 56-47
- 12/14W 81-45
- 12/16W 91-49
- 12/20W 92-69
- 12/22W 74-64
- 12/28L 88-74
- 12/31W 72-62
- 1/2L 65-62
- 1/717W 79-72
- 1/11W 65-58
- 1/14W 89-60
- 1/16W 77-64
- 1/20L 84-80
- 1/23W 70-59
- 1/27W 70-58
- 1/30L 77-74
- 2/6W 82-79
- 2/8W 78-49
- 2/11W 69-51
- 2/13L 71-62
- 2/18L 60-56
- 2/20W 61-57
- 2/2519W 80-62
- 2/27W 70-61
- 3/4W 75-61
- 3/11W 61-58
- 3/1224W 72-70
- 3/13L 70-68
- 3/2012W 96-73
- 3/224L 71-53
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— Anthony Polite scored a career-high 22 points and No. 4 seed Florida State pulled away in the second half to beat Colorado 71-53 Monday night and advance to the Sweet 16 for the third straight NCAA Tournament.
The first day of the NCAA tournament saw two huge upsets and bad days for the ACC and Big Ten. Day 2 saw Virginia and Texas lose to double-digit seeds.
What started as a field of 68 is down to 32. Here's how we rank the teams that remain heading into Sunday's action.
— Chances are, you can fit Colorado's entire NCAA Tournament history on the back of an old Patrick Ewing jersey. And now Ewing is part of that history, too.
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— Maurice Calloo gave Oregon State an unexpected lift with 15 points and the Beavers won their first conference tournament title, holding off No. 23 Colorado 70-68 in the Pac-12 championship game Saturday night.
— D'Shawn Schwartz scored on a rebound slam with 3.3 seconds left, McKinley Wright IV shook off an elbow to the head to score 24 points and No. 23 Colorado held off No. 24 Southern California 72-70 in the Pac-12 Tournament semifinals Friday night.
Oregon senior Chris Duarte has been named the AP's Pac-12 player of the year after helping lead the Ducks to their second straight regular-season title.
— McKinley Wright IV scored 17 of his 24 points in the second half and No. 24 Colorado shook off a sluggish start to beat Arizona State 75-61 on Thursday night.
— McKinley Wright IV had 26 points, six assists and five rebounds, and Colorado used a 15-1 run late to beat UCLA 70-61 on Saturday night for its third consecutive win.
— Jeriah Horne hit a career-best six 3-pointers on his way to 24 points, McKinley Wright IV had a career-high 14 assists and Colorado routed No. 19 Southern California 80-62 on Thursday night to sweep the season series.
— McKinley Wright IV scored 21 points and moved to No. 7 on Colorado’s career scoring list as the Buffaloes beat Oregon State 61-57 on Saturday night.
— Chris Duarte scored 18 points and Will Richardson scored 5 of his 11 in the last 61 second and Oregon defeated Colorado 60-56 on Thursday night.
— Matt Bradley scored a career-high 28 points and his 3-pointer with 40 seconds left helped seal California's 71-62 win over Colorado on Saturday night.
— McKinley Wright scored 14 points with nine rebounds and nine assists and Colorado held Stanford to a season low in scoring, beating the Cardinal 69-51 on Thursday night.
— Jeriah Horne scored 16 points, Tristan da Silva added a career-high 15, and they combined to make 12 of 14 shots in Colorado's 78-49 victory over cold-shooting Oregon State on Monday night.
— Evan Battey made four free throws in the final 15 seconds and finished with 21 points, leading Colorado to an 82-79 victory over Arizona on Saturday night.
Oklahoma beat Texas in a thriller and defeated a red-hot Alabama team to rocket up the Power Rankings.
— Reserve 6-foot guard Alfonso Plummer scored 23 points — 21 in the final 7:49 — and Utah rallied to stun Colorado with a 77-74 win on Saturday.