The Baylor-Kansas winner was going to claim the top spot anyway, but Gonzaga and San Diego State both losing made it an easy call.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/5W 105-71
- 11/9W 74-57
- 11/143L 76-73
- 11/17W 83-66
- 11/23W 87-51
- 11/2711L 71-69
- 11/28W 81-56
- 11/29W 84-76
- 12/8L 76-66
- 12/14L 68-48
- 12/197W 52-48
- 12/22W 75-55
- 12/30W 74-66
- 1/3W 78-62
- 1/8W 83-71
- 1/11W 69-55
- 1/155W 78-70
- 1/18W 82-79
- 1/22W 73-64
- 1/29W 64-57
- 2/1L 74-62
- 2/5W 78-71
- 2/810W 70-64
- 2/1223L 87-82
- 2/15L 74-71
- 2/1921W 74-72
- 2/23W 81-65
- 2/29h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 3/412h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 3/710h:mm a z, US/Eastern
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- Baylor's Butler joins 20-man Wooden Watch list
- Seton Hall's McKnight day to day with knee injury
- Seton Hall's Powell scores 27 in concussion return
- Seton Hall's Powell won't return 'anytime soon'
Myles Powell scored 18 points, Sandro Mamukelashvili added 16 points and nine rebounds and No. 16 Seton Hall beat St. John's 81-65 on Sunday.
Sandro Mamukelashvili hit an off-balance shot in the lane at the buzzer to give No. 16 Seton Hall a stunning 74-72 victory over No. 21 Butler on Wednesday night.
The Terps have won eight in a row and could be heading toward a special season.
Alpha Diallo scored a career-high 35 points and Providence beat No. 10 Seton 74-71 on Saturday night.
This season's group of Wooden Award favorites took different paths to the front pages of college basketball. From Dayton's Obi Toppin to Iowa's Luka Garza, we explain how they all got there.
Damien Jefferson, Ty-Shon Alexander, Marcus Zegarowski and Denzel Mahoney all scored 18 points and No. 23 Creighton posted its second road win over a Top 10 team this month with an 87-82 decision over No. 10 Seton Hall on Wednesday night.
Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich tip off the podcast discussing the wild Duke-UNC finish and the Blue Devils validating that win with a victory over Florida State. Then the guys get into whether Gonzaga is the most talented team in the country (13:37), the fighting Bruce Pearls of Auburn, Michigan State dropping out of the top 25, Maryland having a shot at being great (25:36), Seton Hall taking control of the Big East and if they should have any concerns with Baylor. Later, Seth and Dan talk about Bob Knight's return to Indiana (36:23).
There is little to no movement in the top 10, but this week's slate of games could shake up the rankings.
Myles Powell had 19 points, Sandro Mamukelashvili scored 12 of his 17 points in the second half and No. 12 Seton Hall snapped a 17-game road losing streak to Villanova with a 70-64 victory over the No. 10 Wildcats on Saturday.
Myles Powell scored 34 points, Romaro Gill tied a career-high with eight blocks and No. 12 Seton Hall raced out to a big lead and beat Georgetown 78-71 Wednesday night.
Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich tip off the podcast by discussing handshake lines and the Iowa-Illinois dust-up from the weekend. Then Iowa head coach Fran McCaffery joins the pod (13:28) to talk about that postgame situation, what makes a "Philly Guy," Luka Garza's path from under-recruited guy to POTY candidate, and what keeps him up at night. Later, the guys get into their Wooden Award watch list snubs (34:04), Butler, Seton Hall and Villanova all losing at home, if San Diego State goes undefeated (42:51), and Cole Anthony's return. Finally, Seth and Dan address the rumors of Bob Knight attending Saturday's Indiana game (54:15).
Baylor sophomore guard Jared Butler was among three new names added to the latest revision of the Watch List for the 2020 Wooden Award, which was also reduced from 25 players to 20 on Monday.
It's been a season marked by upsets, a rotation of No. 1 teams and seemingly no clear-cut favorites. But over the last few weeks, we've gotten some separation at the top of our rankings.
Seton Hall starting point guard Quincy McKnight is being listed as day to day with an injury to his left knee.
Freshman star Cole Anthony scored 26 in his first game in nearly two months, but the Tar Heels lost the game -- and Brandon Robinson to a knee injury.