Herewith your Tuesday morning box score read:
• Upset Special: Cal State Fullerton 68, UCLA 65 (2 OT). But is this really considered an upset? The Bruins only have eight players right now. Michael Roll played 49 of a possible 50 minutes. Every other starter played at least 38. Maybe there were bubbles on the baskets: Bruins shot 31 percent, including 5-29 from three. (Tip: If they're not going in, stop shooting 'em.) Jerime Anderson was awful: three points, 1-11 fg, and worst of all just three assists in 40 minutes. Salt in the wound: UCLA 8-17 from the line.
• Kentucky 72, Miami (Ohio) 70. RedHawks forward Nick Winbush scored 26 points on 8 for 10 three-point shooting. John Wall had 19 points, five assists, five turnovers, 10-14 free throws, plus the game-winning bucket with 0.5 seconds left. DeMarcus Cousins went for 5-15 from the field for 10 points. Cats were 14-24 from the foul line. Eric Bledsoe had just two points on 1-5 fg shooting.
• Villanova 103, Penn 65. Six players scored in double figures, including Taylor King who had 14 points (plus seven rebounds) in 23 minutes off the bench. Nice work. Freshman Mouphtaou Yarou fouled out in just 17 minutes. That's not easy to do when you win by 38.
• Duke 74, Coastal Carolina 49. Jon Scheyer played 37 minutes, Kyle Singler played 36. No Mason Plumlee (broken wrist) or Nolan Smith (suspension). Singler had 23 points and 11 rebounds. Scheyer has five assists, zero turnovers. Freshman Andre Dawkins was 3-11 from three.
• UConn 77, Colgate 63. Five players scored in double figures. The only starter who didn't, freshman Alex Oriakhi, continued to demonstrate value with eight rebounds in 31 minutes. Jerome Dyson shoots 3-15 fg and has 10 points. Another freshman, Jamal Coombs-McDaniel, chipped in 11 points off the bench.
• Minnesota 82, Stephen F. Austin 42. Gophers freshman Rodney Williams had 14 points in just 17 minutes. Minnesota was 11-19 from three-point range. Al Nolen has seven assists, zero turnovers and zero points. Gophers show depth and balance: Ten guys played, all between 16 and 25 minutes.
• Florida State 87, Jacksonville 61. Solomon Alabi had 17 points (7-8 ft), eight rebounds, 22 minutes. Freshman Michael Snaer grabbed 14 points (3-4 from the three) off the bench. How long until Hamilton makes him a starter?
• South Florida 66, Virginia 49. USF's Dominique Jones had 22 points (10-18 fg), seven rebounds. Best player you never heard of? Sophomore Augustus Gilchrist had 18 points. UVA's Sylven Landesberg (14 points, 5-14 fg) is only Cavs player in double figures. Mustapha Farrkhan (the minister's grandson) three points, 1-9 fg.
• Notre Dame 95, St. Francis (Pa.) 72. Typical night for The Gody: 27 points (3-6 3fg), nine rebounds. Ben Hansbrough wasm, solid: 18 points, seven assists, four rebounds. And who told you about Tim Abromaitis? He had 17 points off the bench on 3-for-6 three-point shooting.
• Cincinnati 69, Prairie View A&M 62. Lance Stephenson's less-than-inspiring debut: seven points (2-10 fg), four rebounds. Junior guard Larry Davis (injured last year) had 13 points off the bench. Deonta Vaughn was 2-10 from the three and the Bearcats were 8-30 overall. That's November basketball.
• Vanderbilt 95, Lipscomb 73. A.J. Ogilvy, who had been out with a concussion, had 13 points in 19 minutes minutes off the bench. Sophomore Jeffery Taylor had 20 points (without making a three) and seven rebounds. The Commodores shot 58.9 percent. This ain't no brick house.
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