Florida survived a questionable call late in regulation to hold off Arizona, and mid-major powers Iona and Ohio each notched major road wins.
Baby one plus one ain't two when you're with Dayton, C ain't after A and B when you're with Dayton.
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No. 5 Louisville 90, IUPUI 60
No. 7 Duke 87, Colorado State 64
No. 8 Xavier 73, Butler 61
No. 12 Florida 78, Arizona 72 (OT)
No. 14 Wisconsin 70, Green Bay 42
Dayton 74, No. 16 Alabama 62
No. 22 Texas A&M 64, Sam Houston St. 37
No. 24 Illinois 48, St. Bonaventure 43
GAME OF THE NIGHT: Florida 78, Arizona 72 (OT)
Gator big man Patric Young dominated a game that was supposed to be headlined by elite guard play, scoring 25 points and grabbing ten rebounds in Florida's first real quality win of the season. The sophomore made 12-of-15 shots, and after the game head coach Billy Donovan ripped into star guards Kenny Boynton and Erving Walker for not feeding Young more.
"This was a game where Patric Young should have taken 40 shots in the game,'' Donovan said. "Erving Walker and Kenny Boynton need to do a better job of reading what's going on inside the game. Their shooting percentage form the field, although their intentions of wanting to win the game and feeling like they need to do something, we should have just played out of Patric Young the whole entire night.
"He had 25 points. He should have had 45 points. We should have got the ball to him much, much more than we did. There's got to be a better understanding.''