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College basketball Thursday: Memphis tops Louisville, Gonzaga falls in Portland

No. 24 Memphis came back to top No. 12 Louisville, 73-67, in an AAC showdown in the best of six games involving ranked teams on Thursday. A bit later, No. 22 Gonzaga lost on the road to Portland, snapping a 20-game winning streak over the Pilots.

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Cal upsets No. 17 Oregon in Eugene

Cal has now won 12 straight games against Oregon, rallying behind the hot shooting of Jordan Matthews.

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Portland upsets Gonzaga for first time since 2003

Portland locked down a signature win Thursday, knocking off Gonzaga comfortably at home.

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Iowa stomps Northwestern without McCaffrey

Iowa improves to 2-1 in Big Ten play as Aaron White notches a double-double with 18 points and 10 rebounds.

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No. 1 Arizona beats UCLA in Pauley Pavilion

Nick Johnson dominated his matchup with Jordan Adams, scoring 22 in Pauley Pavilion in a victory for the top-ranked team in the country.

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Memphis knocks off Louisville

Memphis used a big three-point play late in its game at Louisville to earn a hard-fought road win.

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