Gonzaga and Baylor are in their own tiers atop men's college basketball. Everyone else, it seems, is fighting for No. 3.
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- Mizzou-LSU game postponed due to COVID
- Zags, Bears remain 1-2 in poll; top 5 unchanged
- SEC, ESPN strike 10-year deal starting in '24
- Missouri athletes lead march for social justice
— Dru Smith scored 15 points and No. 17 Missouri shook off rust from an 11-day layoff due to COVID-19 protocols to beat Texas A&M 68-52 on Saturday.
Texas' Shaka Smart has a potential Final Four team after facing questions about his job status in the spring. Here are other coaches also on the brink of turning it around -- if their schools have patience.
Juwan Howard and the Wolverines are carrying the banner for the rugged Big Ten, while USC and UCLA had big weeks out west.
ESPN.com's college basketball experts make predictions for Texas-West Virginia and other top games of the weekend.
The Missouri Tigers have paused team activities and postponed Saturday's game against LSU due to COVID-19 protocols.
— DJ Stewart scored 24 points and Mississippi State overcame a 12-point halftime deficit to roll past No. 13 Missouri 78-63 on Tuesday night.
In a college basketball season like no other, these are the teams, players and coaches causing eyebrows to raise throughout the sport.
Texas handed Kansas a historic loss at Allen Fieldhouse on Saturday. What kind of leap does the Longhorns' blowout merit?
— Jeremiah Tilmon scored 25 points and grabbed 11 rebounds for No. 12 Missouri, and the Tigers handed Arkansas its first loss of the season, 81-68 on Saturday.
— Santiago Vescovi scored 15 points and Yves Pons and Jaden Springer added 13 apiece as No. 7 Tennessee blitzed No. 12 Missouri 73-53 on Wednesday night in the Southeastern Conference opener for both teams.
As SEC play opens this week, the conference has four undefeated records, two ranked teams and plenty of question marks.
Iowa and Michigan State are struggling. Northwestern and Minnesota are ascending. Will the new Big Ten balance of power hold?
— Jeremiah Tilmon’s three-point play with a second left lifted No. 14 Missouri over Bradley 54-53 on Tuesday night.