Iowa's loss to Indiana on Thursday cost the Hawkeyes a No. 1 seed and opened the door for Virginia to move up to the top line.
Down 12 with just under six minutes to go, Temple was going to need either a comebeack of Herculean proportions or an epic collapse to defeat Connecticut at home on Thursday. Luckily for the Owls, they got both.
With four experienced starters, stingy defense and a seasoned head coach, Miami is built for March.
And then there were none. SMU's pursuit of an unbeaten season came to an end on Sunday, as it ran into scorching hot Temple team that defeated the Mustangs 89-80.
After a bounce-back win for the Wildcats, projected star Skal Labissiere showed the improvements needed to get his season heading in the right direction.
Led by senior point guard Yogi Ferrell, Indiana is off to a 5-0 start in the Big Ten, Oklahoma heads to Iowa State tonight plus other news and notes from CBS Sports' Jon Rothstein.
Iowa won at Michigan State for the first time since 1993 on Thursday, at which point the Hawkeyes completed a regular-season sweep of the Spartans. Fran McCaffery's team is now 13-3 overall and 4-0 in the Big Ten with five top-50 KenPom wins and zero losses outside of the top 50. They're ranked seventh in the updated CBS Sports Top 25 (and one).
UConn was riding its longest win streak since it won the 2014 NCAA Tournament (five games) ... and then unranked, 6-6 Temple came to town and brought the whole thing to an end.
Kansas and Oklahoma were No. 1 and No. 2 in the CBS Sports Top 25 (and one) on Monday morning. Then they played a triple-overtime thriller that Kansas ultimately won 109-106 late Monday night. And there's absolutely no reason to change the top two spots. So Kansas is still No. 1. And Oklahoma is still No. 2.
No. 22 Cincinnati fell to Temple 77-70 in its AAC home opener. And surprisingly given that team's identity under Mick Cronin, it's the defense that is at fault.

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