No. 9 Wisconsin got back on track following Tuesday's loss to Creighton with a 69-51 win over Chicago State Thursday. Vitto Brown led the way for the Badgers with 12 points.
JaQuan Lyle scored 21 points, grabbed eight rebounds and added seven assists as Ohio State edged Providence at home, 72-67 in the Gavitt Games.
Damonte Dodd recorded a double-double with 13 points and 10 rebounds for Maryland as the Terrapins crushed Division III St. Mary's, 93-45.
James Blackmon Jr.'s 23 points helped No. 6 Indiana cruise past UMass-Lowell Wednesday night, 100-78.
Kamar Baldwin's tiebreaking jumper just before the buzzer gave Butler a 70-68 victory as Northwestern lost a heartbreaker at Hinkle Fieldhouse.
Jordan Murphy scored 18 points and grabbed 12 rebounds for Minnesota as the Gophers powered past Mount St. Mary's, 80-56.
Some players moved around from the first to second week in my weekly player rankings, but Badgers big man Nigel Hayes remained top dog.
We're almost two weeks into the college basketball season, so it's a good time to break out Jess Settles' Three Takes feature. Check out what's on his mind after the first week and a half of the season inside.
As far as Greg McDermott was concerned, No. 22 Creighton's 79-67 victory over No. 9 Wisconsin on Tuesday night meant a whole lot.
Jalen Coleman-Lands and Maverick Morgan scored 18 points apiece to lead six players in double figures, and Illinois tied a single-game program record with 16 3-pointers in a 112-65 victory over Division II McKendree on Tuesday night.