Butler coach Chris Holtmann said forward Andrew Chrabascz will return from a broken hand Tuesday against Georgetown.
Kentucky is still your unanimous No. 1, but there has been a slight shake-up through the top of the poll and at the bottom.
Kentucky is still the unanimous No. 1 team in America for the fourth consecutive week, and the top-seven are the same for the sixth consecutive week, which hasn't happened since 1993-94 according to Associated Press.
All of the updates, scores and highlights from a busy Saturday in college basketball with plenty of NCAA tournament bubble action.
Texas lost at home to Iowa State today, adding to its misery against top-rated teams.
Xavier held off Cincinnati in the Crosstown Shootout to help keep the Musketeers tournament hopes alive.
The top eight teams remain the same this week and no new teams enter the Associated Press poll this week.
We're officially within one month of Selection Sunday, and Monday features big games for more than one bubble team.
Butler sophomore Andrew Chrabascz suffered a broken hand in Saturday's loss to Villanova and will be sidelined 2-to-4 weeks, a source told CBSSports.com on Sunday.
Butler sophomore Andrew Chrabascz met with doctors Sunday and was diagnosed with a broken hand suffered in Saturday's loss to Villanova. He will miss 2-4 weeks, the school said Sunday afternoon.

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