Saturday was full of high-flying dunks from across the country in college hoops. Watch the best dunks right here, including slams from Kentucky's Marcus Lee, TCU's JD Miller and Wyoming's Josh Adams.
The No.1 & No. 2 teams lost to unranked teams on the same day for just the seventh time in history Saturday. No. 1 Oklahoma was defeated by Kansas State 80-69 and No. 2 North Carolina lost to Notre Dame 80-76. Watch the final seconds from each upset in Manhattan and South Bend.
Saint Mary's forward Calvin Hermanson threw down the dunk of the game against San Diego in the first half of a 60-43 Gaels victory over the Toreros. Hermanson finished with 12 points and one big flush in the win.
UNC's Marcus Paige ended his shooting slump vs. Notre Dame Saturday. Paige caught fire and sank 5-of-8 three-pointers and scored 21 points in the game. Prior to Saturday, the Tar Heels guard had connected on only 5 three-pointers in his last six games and had only scored in double-figures once.
North Carolina vs. Notre Dame: 5 Irish players scored in double figures to upset the second-ranked Tar Heels, 80-76. Bonzie Colson and Zach Auguste both had double doubles for the Irish. Marcus Paige led North Carolina with 21. Notre Dame fans stormed the court after the game.
Notre Dame fans stormed the court after the Irish upset second-ranked UNC, 80-76. Mike Brey's teams have now beaten a top 10 opponent at home 7 of the last 8 seasons.
Kansas State forward Wesley Iwundu shut down Buddy Hield at one end of the floor and poured in a team-high 22 points at the other. The Wildcats upset No. 1 Oklahoma 80-69 in Manhattan Saturday night.
With win No. 517 on Saturday, Temple basketball’s Fran Dunphy cemented his legacy among a group of great Big 5 head coaches that included three NBA coaching champions.
Clemson Basketball: Landry Nnoko blocked 8 shots during Clemson's 60-57 loss to Virginia Tech in Blacksburg. The 8 blocks were the most by a Clemson player since Jerai Grant also had 8 against East Carolina in 2010. Nnoko also added 17 points and 12 rebounds in the loss.
San Diego State held off New Mexico 78-71 in overtime to remain undefeated in Mountain West play. Jeremy Hemsley had a team-high 23 points in the victory and Winston Shepard added 15 as the Aztecs moved to 11-0 in conference play.