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NCAA BB

  1. Silvio De Sousa picked up a chair during the fight and helped instigate the chaos after standing over a Kansas State player following a block.
  2. A look at things to watch this week in Pac-12 Conference basketball:
  3. RENO, Nev. (AP) -- Jalen Harris had 28 points, six rebounds, six assists and three steals and Nevada beat UNLV 86-72 on Wednesday night.
  4. College hoops never has a dull night.
  5. SANTA BARBARA, Calif. (AP) -- Lamine Diane had 27 points and Darius Brown II added 21 points and eight assists as Cal State Northridge defeated UC Santa Barbara 83-75 on Wednesday night.
  6. LONG BEACH, Calif. (AP) -- Colin Slater scored 19 points and Long Beach State beat Big West Conference leader UC Irvine 63-56 on Wednesday night to snap the Anteaters three-game win streak.
  7. RIVERSIDE, Calif. (AP) -- Milan Acquaah and Brandon Boyd scored 22 points apiece as California Baptist easily defeated Chicago State 85-53 on Wednesday night.
  8. Things started out poorly for Memphis and just snowballed from there. Jeriah Horne scored 21 points to help lead Tulsa to a surprisingly dominant 80-40 win over No. 20 Memphis on Wednesday night. The 40-point margin of victory is the largest-ever for Tulsa against a ranked opponent.
  9. When John Petty Jr. gets his shot going, he’s almost impossible to stop. Wednesday was one of those nights as the junior guard scored 23 points, including five 3-pointers, and grabbed 10 rebounds to lead the Crimson Tide to a 77-62 win at Vanderbilt. “He just catches fire sometimes,” Alabama coach
  10. Steve Pikiell thought his team did a good job on Iowa center Luka Garza. Garza had 28 points and 13 rebounds as No. 19 Iowa held on in the closing seconds to beat No. 24 Rutgers 85-80 on Wednesday night. ''I don't know if he's elevating his game,'' Iowa coach Fran McCaffery