No. 12 North Carolina 78, Clemson 56
North Carolina kept giving the ball away and didn't get much scoring from its best player. Still, the No. 15 Tar Heels did plenty to beat struggling Virginia Tech by double figures.
No. 2 Virginia 66, Boston College 51
Trailing by four points with 2:31 remaining in overtime, Campbell (11-6, 6-2 Big South) used a 6-0 run to defeat Radford (8-9, 5-3) 65-62 on Alumni Day Saturday afternoon inside Gore Arena.
Trevor Lacey scored 17 points, including five in the final 1:22, as North Carolina State held off a Florida State second-half rally to escape with a 72-63 victory Saturday.
Nice as it was to finally halt the losing streak, Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski cautioned against reading too much into Saturday's 63-52 win over No. 6 Louisville.
Once all 11 players on a basketball team have been in the action within the first 10 minutes of a game
Radford 72, Campbell 55
No. 16 Duke 65, Virginia Tech 40
Much of North Carolina's offense relies on Stephanie Mavunga's ability to score in the paint. That's why Notre Dame coach Muffet McGraw had her No. 7 Fighting Irish expend a lot of energy slowing the sophomore.
Six home games, including a Thursday night season opener highlight Campbell’s 2015 football schedule.
East Carolina 66, Houston 61
For the second straight year, Marcus Paige looked at ease in North Carolina State's hostile arena.
Senior Summer Leverette scored a career-high 19 points, including 14 in the second half, as Campbell (10-6, 5-2 Big South) fought off a late rally by Gardner-Webb (7-10, 3-5) for a 75-74 win
Suddenly, fourth-ranked Duke looks a bit lost. The defense isn't there. The 3-point shots aren't falling. And its Hall of Fame coach senses a lack of confidence from his freshman-led team.
The temperature hovered around zero outside the Carrier Dome. Inside, Syracuse's Rakeem Christmas was molten hot.
No. 1 KENTUCKY 86, MISSOURI 37
Ohio State was done when Braxton Miller got hurt in August.
Shivaughn Wiggins scored a season-high 22 points and Coastal Carolina held off Campbell 70-67 in Big South Conference action Monday night at Gore Arena.
Hailee Lilly (Lee County) finished 2-0 on the mat to help seventh-seeded McKendree finish third this past weekend at the National Wrestling Coaches Association National Duals in Fort Wayne, Ind.
RUTGERS 67, NO. 4 WISCONSIN 62
High Point 69, Campbell 62
No. 8 North Carolina 96, Georgia Tech 81
Kyle Washington hopped on a courtside table to celebrate amid a crowd of North Carolina State fans jumping around at midcourt. Anthony "Cat" Barber posed with fans taking selfies amid the chaos.
Marcus Paige ignored the pain in his twice-injured right foot, put his head down and drove toward the rim.