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.
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.
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.
SportsLine's Top Weekend Picks: Will Eagles Cover Against Seahawks?With so much NFL, college football and college basketball action this weekend, SportsLine offers its top picks.
This Week in College Basketball: ACC Dominates ACC-Big Ten ChallengeThe ACC flexed their muscles in the early-season cross conference clash with their foes from the Big Ten.
College Basketball Games To Watch: Creighton And Gonzaga Throw Down In SpokaneNo. 25 Creighton vs. No. 15 Gonzaga highlights this week's College Basketball Games To Watch.
Bill Raftery: Duke Can Be Scary Good With More TimeCBS Sports college basketball analyst breaks down Indiana-Michigan and what he's seen from college basketball season so far.
This Week In College Basketball: Porter Jr. Done For YearMissouri's star freshman will miss the season due to a back injury.
This Week In College Basketball: Duke Wins Battle Of Top Ranked TeamsDuke got a big performance from Grayson Allen on the way to an 88-81 win over the Spartans.
College Basketball Games To Watch: Trojans Square Off With CommodoresUSC and Vanderbilt meet and you get your first look at this year's USC squad that has a ton of potential.
College Basketball Games To Watch: Our First Look At This Year's TeamsEvery week, we will look at three to five college basketball games that get our attention. The start of the college basketball season is usually overshadowed by college football and the NFL in the sporting world, but we are undaunted. While much will change between the games in November and the conclusion of the season in late March and early April, the early games will provide a few hints of what we can expect as the season progresses.

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