CHICAGO - Ryan Evans scored 16 points to help No. 22 Wisconsin upset No. 3 Indiana 68-56 in the semifinals of the Big Ten tournament Saturday.
New Mexico's Tony Snell carried Kendall Williams and the rest of the Lobos on his back, scoring 13 of his 21 points in the final 8:00 against UNLV.
LAS VEGAS - Steve Alford still had the net around his neck when the lobbying began for his New Mexico Lobos.
Kansas' Jeff Withey leaps high to swat away a shot by Kansas State's Shane Southwell (1). After the game, Withey used a ladder to get that high and took his turn at cutting down the net.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - One by one, Kansas players headed to the top step of the ladder to cut down the nets, with Jeff Withey carefully nipping at a piece of nylon and then waving it to the roar of the fans.
PHILADELPHIA - Achraf Yacoubou was lost in a swarm of Villanova fans who rushed the court, mobbing the Wildcats in celebration of one of their biggest wins in recent history.
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Wisconsin continues to have Indiana's number.
UCLA's Kyle Anderson drives for a layup against Utah's Jordan Loveridge. Anderson and Loveridge each scored 11 points.
SALT LAKE CITY - Larry Drew II scored 12 points, including a driving layup to beat the shot clock with nine seconds remaining, and UCLA held off Utah 57-53 on Thursday night.
Michigan State guard Gary Harris, left, goes for a steal against Iowa forward Eric May during the first half of a game in Iowa City, Iowa. Harris scored 14 points but injured his shoulder in the first half.
IOWA CITY, Iowa - Keith Appling's four crucial free throws Thursday night weren't nearly as exciting as his late basket in Michigan State's win over Kansas back in November.
INDIANAPOLIS - Walk-on Alex Barlow drove in for a spinning 6-foot jumper with 2.4 seconds left in overtime and Butler toppled Indiana 88-86 Saturday in the Crossroads Classic for their first victory over a top-ranked team in school history.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - Now that Tennessee has made a case that it won't go backward in the post-Pat Summitt era, the 13th-ranked Lady Vols have a chance to deliver an even bigger statement.
Michigan guard Trey Burke breaks away for a layup during the first half against Binghamton. Burke scored 19 points in only 30 minutes as the Wolverines substituted liberally in the rout.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. - Trey Burke stole the ball near midcourt and raced ahead for a breakaway layup to put Michigan ahead by 31.