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Mark Schlabach and Mark Schwarz discuss the latest news surrounding the Jameis Winston investigation.
Bruce Pearl examines the leading candidates for the Wooden Award and explains why one of the biggest names in college basketball is no longer in his top five.
Highlight Of The Night: With the 79-65 win over Michigan State, North Carolina has now beaten the AP No. 1 and defending national champion Louisville this season.
Doug McDermott scored just seven points in Creighton's 60-53 loss to George Washington.
No. 20 Creighton suffered its first loss of the season with a 86-80 loss to San Diego State.
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