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All things college basketball by Eye on College Basketball writers Gary Parrish, Matt Norlander and Sam Vecenie.
Arizona has been a bit of a work in progress thus far in 2015-16, still working out things in their rotation as a lot of new faces -- younger and older -- try to adjust to playing together.
Chris Mack's Musketeers are looking as good as almost anyone in the country right now.
Bo Ryan lost five of his top seven scorers from last season, including three NBA players. And he didn't replace them with any impactful freshmen or transfers. So the struggle is real at Wisconsin, and that was evident again during Sunday's loss at Oklahoma.
The Monmouth Hawks are the most beloved underdog in all of college basketball right now. For two reasons: They keep winning, and the team's bench mob keeps celebrating in comical spirit.
Brush up on your college hoops trivia. Collnsworth is one of the best players in the country.
On Sunday morning, Wichita State fell to 2-4. When will Fred VanVleet be back?
Everybody except Michigan State fans should be rooting for a close game in which Denzel Valentine and Kris Dunn go back and forth. So, in the spirit of that, we're taking Providence plus the points and rooting for that close game to materialize.
Cincinnati beat George Washington on Saturday to win the Barclays Center Classic. The Bearcats are the nation's first college basketball team to get to 7-0 this season. They're ranked 20th in the updated CBS Sports Top 25 (and one).
Sean Miller has his work cut out for him at Arizona this season, as the Wildcats have more questions than answers about where they are right now.
Middle Tennessee and Toledo play late Saturday -- actually early Sunday, on the East Coast -- in the title game of the Great Alaska Shootout. The Blue Raiders are the play.

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