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College basketball Saturday: The madness continues

Just another jam-packed Saturday in college basketball. These haven't been too eventful the past few weeks. You probably won't miss much. Those last two sentences weren't penned seriously.

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No. 14 Kansas shuts down Texas in easy win

No. 14 Kansas held Texas to 21.4 percent shooting in a blowout victory at Allen Fieldhouse on Saturday.

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No. 19 New Mexico gets late run, beats Boise State

No. 19 New Mexico went on a 14-4 run to close out Boise State on Saturday night.

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No. 22 Memphis takes down Marshall

No. 22 Memphis opened a big lead in the first half and was never seriously threatened in a victory over Marshall on Saturday.

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No. 6 Syracuse takes out Seton Hall

Brandon Triche led a balanced scoring effort in a win for No. 6 Syracuse over Seton Hall on Saturday.

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No. 8 Michigan State grabs road win over Nebraska

No. 8 Michigan State was in a dogfight early in the second half, but wound up defeating host Nebraska pretty comfortably on Saturday.

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No. 23 Oregon fends off Washington State in OT

Two E.J. Singler free throws with four seconds left gave No. 10 Oregon an overtime victory over host Washington State on Saturday night.

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No. 10 Kansas State handles Baylor

No. 10 Kansas State used a big run in the second half to put away visiting Baylor on Saturday.

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Maryland upsets No. 2 Duke

Three weeks after getting trounced at Cameron Indoor Stadium, Maryland pulled off a shocking upset of Duke at the Comcast Center on Saturday.

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No. 5 Gonzaga gets road win at San Francisco

Kelly Olynyk continued his tear through the WCC on Saturday.

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No. 11 Butler holds on for 68-63 win over Fordham

Butler didn't run away with it Saturday, but they all count the same.

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No. 24 Colorado State tops Air Force

Michael Lyons' career-high 45 points weren't enough for Air Force.

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Mizzou gives Arkansas a pick-me-up

Would you like to see a college student get lifted by the basketball? Of course you would.

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OK State outlasts Oklahoma in OT

The in-state rivals game lived up to its billing as Oklahoma State pulled out a victory in overtime on Saturday.

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Indiana wallops Purdue

Indiana won its two games this season over its biggest rival by a total of 65 points.

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Gators roll over Auburn

The Gators eclipsed 80 points for the third-straight game and continued to blow past the rest of the SEC competition.

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Vols blowout Noel-less Wildcats

Life without Nerlens Noel might be a rough go around as Tennessee absolutely demolished Kentucky 88-58 on Saturday.

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Marquette can't miss, takes down Pitt

Marquette seemed like it could hardly miss a shot as they beat the Pittsburgh Panthers on Saturday to move into a tie with Georgetown atop the Big East standings.

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Providence takes down listless Notre Dame

Providence came out energized against a slow Notre Dame team and won, 71-54, on Saturday morning, getting their first win over the Fighting Irish since 2004.

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