|Colonels seek upset of 18th-ranked Hurricanes
The 18th-ranked Miami-Florida Hurricanes go in search of their 10th win of the season, as they entertain the Eastern Kentucky Colonels on Friday night.
|Third-ranked Wildcats hit road to battle Miners
The third-ranked Arizona Wildcats play their first true road game of the season, as they take on the Texas-El Paso Miners in a non-conference matchup at the Don Haskins Center on Friday evening.
|Gaels come calling on 20th-ranked Red Storm
Foes from opposites sides of the country get together on Friday night, as the Gaels of Saint Mary's comes calling on the 20th-ranked St. John's Red Storm for a non-conference tussle at Carnesecca Arena.
|Dawson will miss Michigan State's next two games
Michigan State forward Branden Dawson suffered a stable, non-displaced fracture to his left wrist and will miss the team's next two games.
|Louisville's Agau to transfer
Sophomore forward Akoy Agau will transfer from Louisville at the end of the fall semester, the school said Thursday.
|No. 2 Duke continues strong run against UConn
A schedule peppered with top-notch competition continues on Thursday for the second-ranked Duke Blue Devils, as they take on the defending national champion Connecticut Huskies in a neutral site affair at the IZOD Center.
|No. 6 Virginia gets back to work against Cleveland State
Hitting the floor for the first time in 12 days, the sixth-ranked Virginia Cavaliers will play host to the Cleveland State Vikings in a non-conference clash at John Paul Jones Arena.
|Spartans set sights on soaring Eagles
After upsetting in-state rival Michigan over a week ago, the Eastern Michigan Eagles will try their luck against the Michigan State Spartans in a non-conference bout at Breslin Student Events Center.
|Aztecs hit road to tangle with Bearcats
Back in action for the first time in a week, the 19th-ranked San Diego State Aztecs clash with the Cincinnati Bearcats in non-conference play at Fifth Third Arena on Wednesday night.
|Tigers face tall task in clash with 16th-ranked Huskies
Facing their second straight opponent from the Pac-12 Conference, the Grambling State Tigers pay a visit to the 16th- ranked Washington Huskies on Wednesday night.