This Week In College Basketball: Wildcats Back At Top Of RankingsVillanova has staked its claim to the top spot in the college basketball rankings, and the Wildcats may just be able to stay on top for quite a while.
Burke Scores 25, Robert Morris Beats Drexel 74-60Robert Morris made 11 from beyond the arc in beating Drexel 74-60 on Sunday to end the Dragons' three-game win streak.
No. 18 West Virginia Holds Off Pittsburgh 69-60No. 18 West Virginia fended off a furious second-half run by Pittsburgh in a 69-60 victory on Saturday night.
Carr Leads Penn State Over George WashingtonTony Carr scored 11 of his 19 points in the second half and Penn State beat George Washington 74-54 on Saturday.
Duquesne Hits Record 18 3s In 97-48 Win Over Delaware StateDuquesne hit a school-record 18 3-pointers in beating Delaware State 97-48 on Saturday to win its third straight.
SportsLine's Top Weekend Picks: Can Eli Help The Giants Enough?With so much NFL, college football and college basketball action this weekend, SportsLine offers its top picks.
College Basketball Games To Watch: Kansas, Arizona State Clash At Phog AllenThe Jayhawks and Sun Devils meet at Phog Allen in a battle of Top 20 teams.
This Week In College Basketball: Huskies Upset Jayhawks, Sooners Freshman Young ImpressesThe Jayhawks were handed their first loss of the season and Trae Young is putting people on notice.
Robert Morris Defeats Rider, 78-75Koby Thomas scored 20 points, Dachon Burke added 15 and Robert Morris held on to defeat Rider 78-75 in its home opener on Wednesday night.
Duquesne Defeats Stetson, 73-59Tarin Smith made four 3-pointers and finished with 20 points to lead Duquesne to a 73-59 win over Stetson on Wednesday night.
WVU Defeats Virginia, 68-61Jevon Carter had 23 points and 10 rebounds, Lamont West scored 22 points and No. 18 West Virginia beat No. 15 Virginia 68-61 on Tuesday night, sending the Cavaliers to their first loss.
Pitt Defeats Mount St. Mary's In Overtime, Takes On WVU NextMarcus Carr scored a career-high 23 points and hit five free throws in overtime, and Pittsburgh beat Mount St. Mary's 82-78 on Tuesday. Pitt will next take on WVU, this Saturday.

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