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Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's Kansas coach Bill Self on the idea of resuming a regular-season rivalry with Missouri. (Mizzou coach Cuonzo Martin said he would like to play the game.):

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Kansas beats Missouri 93-87 behind from Devonte' Graham's 25 points. Michael Porter Jr. scored 21 for the Tigers. A thrilling start to the exhibition season for both teams' fan bases.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Kansas leads by 13. Devonte' Graham has hit seven 3s. More important, KU and Missouri have raised approximately $2 million for hurricane relief.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Kansas is taking control in KC. The Jayhawks are on a 17-4 run and lead by 11. The KU side of the Sprint Center has come alive. Important to note that Mizzou, even with its additions, finished 8-24 a year ago.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Missouri leads Kansas 44-40 at the half behind 15 points from freshman Michael Porter Jr. A spirited atmosphere as these rival programs head to the locker rooms in Kansas City.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Kansas senior Devonte' Graham, the preseason Big 12 player of the year, is in midseason shooting form here in the exhibition opener. Graham is 5 of 7 from 3-point range in the first half. As expected, this is fast paced and entertaining, with the Jayhawks and Missouri on pace to both reach 90 points.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

At this early stage of practice, expect play at the Sprint Center to resemble something of a pickup game, which might make it more exciting to watch 6-10 Missouri freshman Michael Porter Jr. He's a likely one-and-done for the Tigers and first-year coach Cuonzo Martin as the No. 2-rated prospect in the Class of 2017.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

This is truly a sight to behold for fans of Kansas and Missouri basketball — even in October. Rivals back together on the court for the first time since 2012 to play for hurricane relief. The 18,000-seat Sprint Center in Kansas City is sold out. The secondary market is alive in on the streets outside. A PPV television broadcast is available.

Mike Schmitz ESPN 

Impressive Red-Blue game performance for Arizona 7-foot freshman DeAndre Ayton: 21 points (10-of-14 FGs) and 9 rebounds in 19 minutes. Elite physical profile, advanced face up game, can stretch it to 3 on occasion, and has the tools to be a monster on the glass and defensively both inside and out. The question has never been talent for Ayton, who has clear No. 1 pick traits at 7-0, 243 pounds with a 7-6 wingspan, outstanding agility, and modern skills. Buying into becoming a consistent defensive force and playing with more discipline have always been the questions surrounding Ayton, who landed with the perfect coach to help him progress in those areas in Sean Miller.

Mike Schmitz ESPN 

In Tucson for Arizona's annual Red-Blue game. I sat in on the Wildcats shootaround. Unbelievably talented group top to bottom. Potential #1 pick DeAndre Ayton is as impressive of a physical specimen as you'll see at his age. The 7-footer has made great strides in terms of skill level and motor since we first evaluated him as a wide-eyed 14-year-old at Pangos All-American Camp. 6-5 scorer Allonzo Trier is poised for a big junior season. Freshman wings Emmanuel Akot (defender, slasher, playmaker) and Brandon Randolph are intriguing young prospects. Shaq and his son Shareef, a 2018 Arizona commit, both in attendance.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

ESPN 100 forward Darius Days just committed to LSU. Third ESPN 100 recruit in 2018 for Will Wade, fourth top-75 prospect since he took over.

Paul Carcaterra ESPN Reporter 

Virginia Tech's Terrell Edmunds talks about his endurance, wearing Frank Beamer's number, style, and playing with his younger brother with ESPN's Paul Carcaterra.

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Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Five-star point guard Jahvon Quinerly has decommitted from Arizona.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Huge pickup for Brad Underwood and Illinois, keeping top-30 prospect Ayo Dosunmu in the state. Made him a priority from day one.

Myron Medcalf ESPN Staff Writer 

Mark Turgeon said he'll play 6-foot-7 Justin Jackson at 2,3 and 4 this season. With his versatility, Jackson can be a force in the Big Ten this season. Special talent.

Myron Medcalf ESPN Staff Writer 

Tom Izzo on impact of corruption scandal on college basketball: "I wouldn't paint the brush over college basketball, football or college athletics, but I do think we need to shore up some things."

Myron Medcalf ESPN Staff Writer 

Richard Pitino told me the Eric Curry season-ending knee injury is more devastating than many realize. Really impacts his rotation and the safety net he had for foul-prone Reggie Lynch.

Myron Medcalf ESPN Staff Writer 

Jim Delany said he's "not shocked" by the corruption scandal that's impacted college basketball. This is the 10th FBI investigation tied to the sport (most involved gambling), he said. He added that he's unaware of any Big Ten connection to the FBI investigation.

Jeff Goodman ESPN Insider 

Big Ten commish Jim Delany on recent FBI investigation: "We're all concerned and we should be. ... I'm not shocked about this. This is the ninth or 10th intersection between college basketball and the FBI since 1950."

Jeff Goodman ESPN Insider 

As expected, Big Ten has approved 20-game league slate starting in 2018-19.

Myron Medcalf ESPN Staff Writer 

Miles Bridges named Big Ten preseason player of the year. Big season ahead for him in East Lansing. So impressive his freshman season.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

John Calipari talks Kentucky's youth, inexperience and Jarred Vanderbilt's injury.

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Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Bruce Pearl said he expects Austin Wiley (left leg injury) back in the next 10-14 days.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Bruce Pearl said every player on his roster besides Austin Wiley (injury) has been able to practice. Has not held anyone out due to investigation.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Avery Johnson said this team is louder and talks more. "We liked to text on the court a lot last year. And you can't do that, because your cell phones aren't allowed.