All the game previews and TV information you need for your weekend of college basketball, including Kansas-Texas, Baylor-Okahoma, Ohio State-Indiana and Duke-St. John's.
Gary Parrish Matt Norlander and Sam Vecenie talk Gonzaga, Indiana, D'Angelo Russell, Arizona, Utah and Stanford, Hugh Greenwood's interesting postgame interview and preview the weekend for this episode of the Eye on College Basketball podcast.
Indiana knocked off Maryland and continues to rocket up the bracket
Thursday's action features big games in the Big Ten, Pac-12 and West Coast Conference that could have major impacts on league title races.
Indiana enters the poll, and Iowa hoops has a big week as all three of the state's major programs are ranked for the first time.
And the top nine teams have a total of 12 losses.
Louisville is now 0-3 against against ranked teams after losing at home to Duke, dropping the Cardinals to a 5 seed. In the Atlantic 10, George Washington and Dayton slip some, too.
The Indiana victory was a significant one, even if the Illini aren't considered an NCAA Tournament team right now. How's that? We explain inside.
TV information and previews for Duke-Louisville, Utah-Arizona, Kansas-Iowa State, Michigan State-Maryland, Florida-Georgia and more.
Indiana junior Hanner Mosquera-Perera suffered a knee injury in Monday's practice that will probably sideline him for four weeks, a source confirmed to CBSSports.com on Tuesday. A formal announcement is expected soon. Mosquera-Perea is averaging 7.4 points and 5.0 rebounds in 20.9 minutes per game. Indiana is 12-4 overall, 2-1 in the Big Ten and coming off a win over Ohio State. The Hoosiers' next game is Tuesday night at home against Penn State.

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