South Carolina-UConn is canceled, but Stanford and Arizona meet in an NCAA title game rematch in a week filled with rivalry games.
- 11/11W 97-45
- 11/15W 78-41
- 11/18W 67-52
- 11/21W 73-43
- 11/26W 71-67
- 11/27W 70-45
- 12/2W 66-56
- 12/5L 55-54
- 12/8W 69-40
- 12/162W 82-80
- 12/19W 82-45
- 12/21W 89-50
- 12/3019L 68-62
- 1/2W 73-69
- 1/621L 84-76
- 1/9W 72-68
- 1/17W 72-62
- 1/20W 66-63
- 1/235L 63-55
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Thursday's big ACC battle between Louisville and NC State knocked the Cardinals off the top line, making way for Tennessee to ascend to a No. 1 seed.
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