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College Hoops Go-Round: January 11

Upset Weekend continued with a huge shock in Knoxville Sunday. After the biggest non-conference game of the day, No.1 Kansas is unbeaten no more. They fell to shorthanded No. 16 Tennessee76-68.

  • In Sunday night's ACC doubleheader, No. 18 Florida State fell at Maryland77-68, but Virginia Tech couldn't pull the upset in Chapel Hill, as No. 9 North Carolina won, 78-64.
  • In the lone Big East game of the day, No. 7 Syracuse had little trouble with USF, winning 82-65.
  • Northwestern won their first Big Ten game of the season, 68-62, at Michigan.
  • Arizona State grabbed a big Pac-10 win, crushing Washington State71-46, but No .24 Washington lost their third straight conference game, 87-70, at ArizonaOregon State upset Oregon in the last Civil War game at Mac Court, 64-57.
  • Stony Brook and Vermont both stayed unbeaten in the America East. The Seawolves got a 69-63 win over New Hampshire, while the Catamounts defeated Albany, 71-54. Binghamton couldn't, as they fell in OT to Maine, 66-61.
  • Jacksonville topped Florida Gulf Coast, 82-58, in the biggest game in the Atlantic Sun on Sunday.
  • No. 21 Temple picked up a huge A-10 win, prevailing 68-64 at Rhode Island. Xavier rallied to top George Washington, 76-69.
  • Montana State is no longer tied with Weber State and Northern Colorado at the top of the Big Sky, as they fell at home to Eastern Washington, 75-73.
  • UC Santa Barbara handed Pacific their first loss of the Big West season, beating the Tigers in a thriller, 68-67. Cal Poly continues to surprise, as they beat UC Davis, 72-69.
  • In the Horizon LeagueButler needed overtime to top Detroit, 64-62, and stay unbeaten in the conference. Wright State is still in the race, thanks to a 59-57 win over Valparaiso.
  • Fairfield held off Manhattan, 88-85 in MAAC action.
  • Western Kentucky handed the Sun Belt lead right back to Denver, 72-67.
  • In the WCCSt. Mary's won at Santa Clara, 80-72, to move to 2-0. San Francisco knocked off San Diego, 87-71.

If you don't see your team's score, click any of the score links. You'll find a rundown of all of the day's scores on the right side of the page.

For more on Sunday's action, visit SB Nation and Searching For Billy Edelin.

ESPN's Big Monday doubleheader returns tonight, while ESPNU has a HBCU doubleheader.

  • Villanova at Louisville, 7 p.m. ET (ESPN): The Cardinals are unbeaten in the Big East, but the Wildcats are the toughest team they've faced by far.
  • Morgan State at Hampton, 7 p.m. ET (ESPNU): The Bears are tied with Bethune-Cookman for the MEAC lead at the moment, so the Pirates will look to cause a shock.
  • Oklahoma State at Oklahoma, 9 p.m. ET (ESPN): The Cowboys crushed and the Sooners got crushed last time out, but I suspect that the first Bedlam game of the season will be close.
  • Arkansas-Pine Bluff at Alabama State, 9 p.m. ET (ESPNU): The Golden Lions lost their first 14, all played on the road, but they should still be a contender in the SWAC.

For info about games that will only be telecast regionally like Canisius at Siena and Belmont at Lipscomb, visit Matt Sarz' College Sports on TV site.