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The Jayhawks have had their ups and downs this season, but after blowing out the Sooners, they're in position to win the Big 12 yet again.
Freshman Trae Young said he isn't worried after he and Oklahoma continued to struggle in a 30-point loss to Kansas -- the Sooners' sixth straight defeat and one in which he was limited to a career-low 11 points.
Virginia strengthened its hold on No. 1 in the AP Top 25, while Duke jumped back into the top five after a pair of impressive wins. Middle Tennessee checked in at 24th, marking its first AP Top 25 appearance in program history.
Andy Kennedy, who's announced earlier this week that he would part ways with Ole Miss at the end of the season, is now stepping down, effective immediately.
Coach Steve Forbes, who led the East Tennessee State Buccaneers to the 2017 NCAA tournament, has reached an extension with the school through the 2023 season.
Purdue senior Vincent Edwards will miss Sunday night's game with an ankle injury, and it's not clear if Edwards will be able to return before the end of the regular season. Edwards sprained his left ankle during practice Saturday.
Plane crash survivor Austin Hatch suited up and was honored by Michigan on senior day.
West Virginia coach Bob Huggins was ejected for arguing with officials in the final minute of Saturday's loss at Kansas. Afterward, he revealed the main source of his ire: the disparity in the teams' number of free-throw attempts.
Just when it looked like Kansas' stronghold on the Big 12 was over, the Jayhawks rout Oklahoma in a rematch at Allen Fieldhouse. Perhaps more importantly, Kansas is up to a No. 1 seed too.
Eleven SEC teams are within striking distance of the tournament, so what's the problem? They're building their résumés and metrics by beating each other.
Over the past decade, the Wildcats have become college basketball's most consistent winner. It started with Jay Wright's cultural rebuild and a whole lot of attitude.
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Duke found a way to win -- again -- without Marvin Bagley. The Blue Devils hope to get him back soon, but are learning about themselves while he's out.
In the biggest game in their first season in the American Athletic Conference, the Shockers showed that they belong with the league's best.
Marshall yells and screams. That's how he gets his point across. But he also listens. Amid an up-and-down year at Wichita State, the man whom bigger programs are always chasing will listen again.
The Jayhawks are able to control their fate in the Big 12 race once again, after rallying to defeat West Virginia at home on Saturday.
After going 4-5 in January, North Carolina has won five in a row in February by making the type of plays that win games in March.
While Texas buoyed its tournament hopes with a season sweep, Oklahoma is battling a deep slump at the wrong time of the year.
In a league as competitive as the Big 12, opportunities abound for quality wins. The problem, as Texas and Oklahoma are learning in recent weeks, is winning those games. Will the Longhorns or Sooners end their losing streaks this weekend?
Thursday saw four ranked teams get upset by unranked opponents. For Purdue, the loss could cost them a No. 1 seed.