College Basketball Games Recap – Duke Wins, UK Back on Track

College Basketball Games Recap – Duke Wins, UK Back on Track

Last updated on February 3rd, 2024 at 08:45 am

Duke is among the biggest winners in this week’s college basketball games recap. They won against Clemson. However, the final moments of the game were controversial. The Blue Devil got the lead in the game’s final seconds from the free throw line. They won by a single point, 72-71.

According to college basketball news reports, Clemson fans question the foul call. As the final buzzer sounded, Joe Girard of Clemson tried to charge at an official.

In a lengthy statement released following Iowa State’s victory against Kansas, coach T.J. Otzelberger addressed our concerns about the possibility of videotaping the Kansas State huddle from the Hilton Coliseum crowd. He denied the accusation.

Number six Just days after suffering a setback at the hands of South Carolina, Kentucky got back on track with a 63-57 triumph over Arkansas on the road, largely thanks to a breakout performance by senior guard Antonio Reeves. As he has throughout the season, Reeves scored 22 points to propel the Wildcats to a resounding road victory over a UK squad stacked with NBA potential (without Rob Dillingham on Saturday).

College Basketball Games Recap

College Basketball Games Recap – Duke Wins, UK Back on TrackTempers flared when former Providence coach Ed Cooley was welcomed home in Friartown by some unwelcome heckling from the town’s Georgetown residents.

Things went wrong long before Saturday’s game between Providence and Georgetown. It was a homecoming for Hoyas coach Ed Cooley and an opportunity for Friars supporters to vent their frustrations.

Far from being peaceful, Friar’s supporters nearly sparked a trampling situation by destroying railings meant to contain them. Even when security stepped up, the situation remained chaotic all day. Thankfully, to everyone’s relief, the wild throng could contain themselves and not destroy the Dunk Fountain.

Before Saturday’s matchup with No. 7 Kansas, Iowa State forward Tre King had finished the season with three three-pointers. He hit a career-best four points in a 79-75 win over the Jayhawks, as the No. 23 Cyclones set a new season high with fourteen field goals. Against a ranked opponent, the Cyclones triumphed for the sixth game in a row and moved to 13-0 at Hilton Coliseum on the season, with 21 points from King leading the way. In the 2020–21 season, before T.J. Otzelberger took over as coach, this squad was winless in Big 12 play. After an absence of three years, Hilton Magic has made a triumphant comeback, and the Cyclones are again contending for the league championship. They have already beaten two teams placed in the top ten in the league.

March Madness is just around the corner. You can earn from the games using a sportsbook pay per head for agents.

Bookie Pay Per Head Service