A matchup of bubble teams at Stanford as Oregon visits, while Purdue tries for a huge win at Ohio State
There are quite a few bubble games for such a light night of college hoops, so Tuesday night could have legitimate bracket implications.
Former Demon Deacons guard will have two years of eligibility remaining.
Elsewhere: Baylor played a random NAIA team, Memphis took on a rough loss, and Butler kept its Big East hopes alive.
There are a few upset opportunities available on what looks to be a slow Wednesday night. Let's take a look.
No. 17 Iowa State is 11-2 but coach Fred Hoiberg tells Jon Rothstein the Cyclones are still working on their chemistry
Karl Hess reportedly won't officiate any more ACC games after making a remark to a fan at Wake Forest during the Louisville game.
You should know West Virginia (one stop from 15-0) is better than you think, Wisconsin's play brings the Spurs to mind and Iowa plays two sweet forwards.
The ACC has three top five teams in Duke, Virginia and Louisville but the league's overall strength will be determined by how the rest of the league performs down the stretch.
Wake Forest guard Mitchell Wilbekin was suspended for up to six games for an NCAA violation.

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