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College basketball schedule: UMass upsets New Mexico; Michigan survives Florida State scare

Michigan needed overtime to defeat Florida State, and New Mexico lost its first game of the season in an 81-65 decision against New Mexico. Meanwhile, Michigan State knocked of Va. Tech, 96-77.

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No. 1 Michigan State cruises past Virginia Tech

Adreian Payne scored 29 points as top-ranked Michigan State blew out Virginia Tech in the second semifinals of the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic.

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No. 18 UConn squeezes past Indiana

The Hoosiers and Huskies went down to the final possession on Friday in the 2K Sports Classic final.

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VCU rallies late to avoid 2nd straight loss

Down eight points in the second half, the Rams overcame the deficit behind a season-high 17 points from Juvonte Reddic.

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No. 14 Michigan survives FSU in Puerto Rico

Nik Stauskas took over down the stretch and led Michigan to a win over FSU, which led by double-digits for most of the afternoon.

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Massachusetts dominates No. 19 New Mexico

Alex Kirk had a huge game for the Lobos, but Massachusetts went on a big run in the second half to seal the game.

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