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College Hoops Go-Round: January 25

While Sunday was a relatively quiet day on the college basketball schedule, two Top 25 teams fell, and one needed overtime to beat the worst team in their conference.

Chris Singleton scored a career-high 23 to lead Florida State to a 68-66 victory over 19th-ranked Georgia Tech in the only ACC game on the schedule.

In the Big EastSeton Hall upset No. 9 Pittsburgh, 64-61Louisville snapped a three-game losing streak by beating Cincinnati, 68-60.

No. 18 Wisconsin needed overtime to defeat winless Penn State79-71, in the Big Ten game of the day. Iowa won their first conference game, beating Indiana on the road, 58-43.

Outside of the major conferences...

Maine now has sole possession of the America East lead. That's because Vermont lost 73-67 at Binghamton. Stony Brook moved to 6-2 with a 67-61 win over Albany, while Boston University reached that same mark with a 79-61win at still winless UMBC.

The two bottom teams in the A-Sun picked up wins. Kennesaw State beat Stetson, 75-59, while Florida Gulf Coast defeated Mercer, 71-70, to keep the Bears from joining the group that's a game behind Campbell in the conference.

Green Bay is 7-3 in the Horizon after they defeated Youngstown State, 69-55. Cleveland State moved to 5-4 by edging Milwaukee, 73-72.

Siena picked up their 10th straight MAAC win, beating Manhattan 66-58, without the services of the injured Edwin Ubiles. Fairfield and Iona are tied at 7-3 after the Gaels beat the Stags, 68-58. St. Peter's joins them after they topped Canisius, 68-55.

Northern Iowa rebounded from their first MVC loss of the season. The Panthers defeated Indiana State, 67-58, in Terre Haute. Creighton sent Missouri State to their fifth loss in their last seven, beating the Bears 76-72.

Quinnipiac is tied with Robert Morris atop the Northeast Conference. The Bobcats beat Central Connecticut State, 75-62.

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

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

Monday features a couple of old rivalries.

Georgetown at Syracuse, 7 p.m. ET (ESPN): The rivalry that helped make the Big East kicks off a huge week for the Hoyas, who face Duke at home Saturday afternoon. The Orange are hoping to play a bit better tonight than they did at the end of Saturday's win over Marquette.

Delaware State at Coppin State, 7 p.m. ET (ESPNU): Fang Mitchell's Eagles are looking for their first MEAC win, but they'll be tested by a Hornet team that sits two games behind leader Morgan State.

Missouri at Kansas, 9 p.m. ET (ESPN): If the Tigers can pull an upset, they'll be tied with the currently-unbeaten Jayhawks atop the Big 12.

Alabama State at Southern, 9 p.m. ET (ESPNU): The Hornets look to stay a game the SWAC leaders.

Boise State at Idaho, 11 p.m. ET (ESPNU): These two have managed to win a total of one WAC game so far.

For information about games that will be telecast regionally, like the key SoCon matchup between College of Charleston at Western Carolina, St. Joseph's at Penn, and Western Kentucky at Southern Illinois, visit Matt Sarz' College Sports on TV site.