Indiana lost to Wake Forest on Monday in the Maui Invitational. The Hoosiers are no longer in the Top 25 (and one). Louisville took IU's spot.
SMU picked up a nice win against a tough Yale team on Sunday, which included this massive alley oop from Nic Moore to Keith Frazier.
North Carolina lost at Northern Iowa on Saturday afternoon. So now Kentucky is the new No. 1 in the Top 25 (and one) college basketball rankings.
Xavier grabbed 18 offensive rebounds Friday and dominated Michigan in most areas in an 86-70 win at the Crisler Center. Trevon Bluiett, Jalen Reynolds and Remy Abell each finished with 15 points. The Musketeers are now ranked 19th in the CBS Sports Top 25 (and one).
Early season tournaments get into full swing on Friday throughout the day, then continue on throughout the weekend. Here's what you can get excited about this weekend.
Gonzaga was supposed to open its season last Friday. But that game was cancelled. So the Zags didn't officially play for the first time until late Wednesday, when they scored 91 points and dropped Northern Arizona to 0-3 this season.
Thursday is the day where early season tournaments tip off in earnest, as the Charleston Classic and Puerto Rico Tip-Off get going. Here's what to expect from the day's action.
The John R. Wooden Award is given annually to the nation's top college basketball player. Kentucky and Indiana both have three players on the preseason Top 50 list. Wisconsin's Frank Kaminsky won the award last season.
College basketball's Associated Press Poll went relatively unchanged this week, given that most of the teams involved played cupcakes and took care of business. There was one exception to that though, as Wisconsin failed to defeat Western Illinois and as a result, fell from the ranks of the AP Poll.
Kentucky freshman Skal Labissiere made 10-of-12 shots and finished with 26 points in Saturday's victory over NJIT. Isaiah Briscoe added 11 points and 12 rebounds off the bench. The Wildcats are ranked second in the updated Top 25 (and one).

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