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VIDEO: Mykhailiuk's late 3-pointer lifts Kansas over Huskers 73-72

Kansas snapped a two-game losing streak in dramatic fashion late on Saturday night, getting a three from Svi Mykhailiuk with 23 seconds left to give the Jayhawks a 73-72 lead at Nebraska: SVI FOR (A CLUTCH) THREE 👌 #KUbball — Kansas Basketball (@KUHoops) December 17, 2017 The real hero of the game, however, was

VIDEO: St. Bonaventure beats Vermont on Matt Mobley buzzer-beater

St. Bonaventure outlasted Vermont in Olean, NY, on Saturday afternoon, winning 81-79 thanks to this buzzer-beating three from Matt Mobley. It was the only shot that Mobley, who is averaging 19.6 points on the season, made on the day: GAME. WINNER. — Bonnies MBB (@BonniesMBB) December 16, 2017 Vermont guard Trae Bell-Haynes missed a

VIDEO: Arena evacuated during Ohio State-Appalachian State game

There was a weird scene on Saturday evening as Ohio State hosted Appalachian State. Early in the second half, a fire alarm went off as the game as being played, which was followed by an announcement played over the PA asking everyone to evacuate the arena. And it was all captured live on the Big

Clemson rallies past No. 22 Florida 71-69

SUNRISE, Fla. — Marcquise Reed threw a 75-foot pass to Elijah Thomas for a dunk that put Clemson ahead to stay with 37 seconds left, and the Tigers rallied from a 12-point deficit in the second half Saturday to beat No. 22 Florida 71-69 in the Orange Bowl Classic. With Clemson trailing 68-67, Reed rebounded

Oklahoma State hands No. 19 Florida State 1st loss, 71-70

SUNRISE, Fla. (AP) — A grinning Mitchell Solomon collapsed on his back under the Florida State basket, looking up toward his celebrating Oklahoma State teammates and the scoreboard above them. Cowboys 71, Seminoles 70. Solomon scored on a tip-in with 6 seconds left and then happily fell to the floor at the other end of

No. 2 Michigan State holds off upset-minded Oakland 86-73

DETROIT (AP) — Tom Izzo and Michigan State probably needed a game like this. Little Caesars Arena definitely needed it. Detroit’s new downtown sports venue — where empty seats at Red Wings and Pistons games have limited the buzz so far — was a pulsating home for a college basketball doubleheader Saturday, and No. 2