We started with 68 on Tuesday night. Now we're down to 32. Here's how we rank them heading into Saturday.
2019 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/62W 118-84
- 11/11W 94-72
- 11/14W 84-46
- 11/19W 90-64
- 11/208W 78-72
- 11/213L 89-87
- 11/27W 90-69
- 12/1W 113-49
- 12/5W 84-54
- 12/8W 91-58
- 12/18W 101-50
- 12/2012W 69-58
- 1/5W 87-68
- 1/8W 87-65
- 1/1213W 80-78
- 1/14L 95-91
- 1/194W 72-70
- 1/22W 79-64
- 1/26W 66-53
- 1/28W 83-61
- 2/2W 91-61
- 2/5W 80-55
- 2/93W 81-71
- 2/1216W 71-69
- 2/16W 94-78
- 2/208L 88-72
- 2/23W 75-65
- 2/2620L 77-72
- 3/2W 87-57
- 3/5W 71-70
- 3/93L 79-70
- 3/14W 84-72
- 3/153W 74-73
- 3/1612W 73-63
- 3/2216W 85-62
- 3/249h:mm a z, US/Eastern
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Tacko Fall, UCF's 7-foot-6 center, said he "won't allow" Duke star Zion Williamson to "put me on one of his highlight tapes" in Sunday's second-round NCAA tournament game.
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- Duke back on top; ACC is 1-2-3 in final Top 25
After a shaky first half for Duke, Zion Williamson dominated North Dakota State to open the second period as the Blue Devils ran away in an 85-62 victory.
Zion Williamson had an explosive NCAA Tournament debut with 25 points and a can't-miss second-half showcase to lead top-seeded Duke to an 85-62 win over North Dakota State on Friday night.
Ben Fawkes ESPN Staff Writer
Worth it? One bettor bet $150 at -15000 odds on Duke to beat 16-seed North Dakota State. If the Blue Devils win, the bettor will win ... $1.
Duke center Marques Bolden, who missed the ACC tournament with a sprained knee, will return for the Blue Devils' NCAA tournament opener.
Here's our starting five. Who you got?
Dan Murphy ESPN Staff Writer
North Dakota State's Tyson Ward says he's "absolutely" looking forward to playing top-seeded Duke on Friday night. :You always want to play the best. So chalk it up, and we'll see what happens." Bison coach Dave Richman said he's telling his guys to "stay in the moment and enjoy it. And smile."
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Duke is back on top, followed by Virginia and North Carolina, to give the Atlantic Coast Conference a 1-2-3 showing in the final AP Top 25 poll this season.
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