2020 ScheduleAll times ET

2020 Schedule
2nd in ACC
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3dJohn Gasaway

The top 25 players in college basketball: A ranking for 2020-21

In an ordinary time, the ranking of next season's top 25 players would be posted while confetti is still raining down on the winning team in the national championship game. This is no ordinary time, but we can still look ahead with hope.

Predicting upsets in an NCAA tournament that doesn't exist (2:18)
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Duke or Virginia: Who is more equipped to capture ACC title? (1:50)
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28dMyron Medcalf

Champ Week is here, and questions abound

Can Baylor bounce back? Which Big Ten team will emerge? Who can stop Dayton? Conference tournaments hold the answers.

Clark hits clutch late-game 3-pointer (0:39)
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Woldestensae's triple fires up Virginia bench (0:28)
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Virginia's Diakite throws down a one-handed jam (0:22)
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Diakite goes after own miss for dunk (0:32)
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Diakite drives for two-handed slam (0:21)
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UVa avoids upset at the line (0:57)
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Courtside: Greenberg and Dakich chat with Dayton HC Anthony Grant

Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich tip off the podcast discussing UCLA's seven-game winning streak, a surging Wisconsin, why they're impressed with Virginia and why they think Duke is going backward. Then, Dayton head coach Anthony Grant joins the program (17:17) to talk about his team's chemistry, Obi Toppin's journey, coaching under Billy Donovan and if he pays attention to his own team's hype. Later, the guys get into Baylor and Creighton's struggles, going all in on East Tennessee, reconciling Clemson's resume and Sean Miller seemingly getting tossed intentionally (31:37).

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40dJeff Borzello

For 3: Don't look now, but Spartans are surging

Baylor lost for the second time in three games and Duke suffered its second loss in a row, but Michigan State seems to have found its groove.

Huff's clutch block, big dunks fuel UVa to upset of No. 7 Duke (2:14)
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Huff plays huge as Virginia beats No. 7 Duke, 52-50

Mamadi Diakite made a short, go-ahead jumper with 37 seconds left and Jay Huff blocked Vernon Carey Jr.'s shot under the basket with 3.7 remaining as Virginia ended a three-game home losing streak against No. 7 Duke with a 52-50 victory on Saturday.

Huff fired up after clutch block on Duke in final seconds (0:30)
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Team Stats

Points Per Game57.0451st
Rebounds Per Game34.2299th
Assists Per Game11.4352nd
Points Allowed52.4

Tournament History

Final Fours2
Tournament Record29-21
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances21