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All things college basketball by Eye on College Basketball writers Gary Parrish, Matt Norlander and Sam Vecenie.
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.
Syracuse was an underdog against Connecticut on Thursday and Texas A&M on Friday. Regardless, the Orange won both games to take the Battle 4 Atlantis crown and improve to 6-0. They're now ranked 13th in the updated CBS Sports Top 25 (and one).
Michigan State's Denzel Valentine and Providence's Kris Dunn are probably first and second, in some order, in the National Player of the Year race. They'll play against each other Sunday night in the title game of the Wooden Legacy.
In a 21-hour span, Cal men's basketball went from a 14th-ranked, undefeated team to a 4-2 group destined to fall out of the rankings after watching its defensive principles fall through the floor.
It's currently unknown when the most important player on Kentucky's basketball team will return for action.
West Virginia's pressure could present problems for San Diego State late Friday. So lay the points with the Mountaineers.
Denzel Valentine goes for a career-high 32 points as Michigan State moves on to the final at the Wooden Legacy.
It's Quincy Ford's world today, we're all just living in it. Northeastern defeated No. 15 Miami (Fla.) 78-77 on a buzzer-beating 20-footer from Ford, who scored 24 points and grabbed six rebounds in the win.

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