Jackson State's Derrell Taylor (2) and Raymond Gregory go up to block a shot by Florida's Bradley Beal (23) during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game in Gainesville, Fla., Friday, Nov. 11, 2011.
One win away
Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski congratulates Presbyterian players Saturday in Durham, N.C., following the Blue Devils' 96-55 win. With the victory, Coach K tied Bob Knight atop the Division I men's career wins list with 902.
Duke fans keep track of Coach Mike Krzyzewski's career wins, tying him with his friend and mentor Bob Knight atop the Division I men's career wins list with 902 victories.
Mr. Booker's neighborhood
Lehigh's C.J. McCollum (3) takes a shot as Iowa State's Anthony Booker (22) tries to block during the second half Saturday in Ames, Iowa. Iowa State went on to win the game 86-77.
Iowa State's Chris Allen drives around Lehigh's Stefan Cvrkalj (21) during first-half action Saturday as Iowa State opened their season with a win, 86-77.
Up in arms
Duke's Ryan Kelly (34) defends as Presbyterian's Al'Lonzo Coleman (34) shoots during the second half Saturday in Duke's 96-55 win.
Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim talks to his players during a timeout against Fordham during the first half Saturday. Home team Syracuse went on to win 78-53.
Wisconsin's Jordan Taylor drives against Kennesaw State's Spencer Dixon during the first half Saturday in Madison, Wis. Wisconsin went on to win 85-31.
Next up: Free throws
Fordham's Devon McMillian is fouled on a shot attempt against Syracuse during the first half Saturday in Syracuse, N.Y.
Syracuse's Kris Joseph, left, runs into Fordham's Devon McMillian during the first half Saturday in Syracuse, N.Y.
Kennesaw State's Andrew Osemhen, right, blocks a shot by Wisconsin's Ryan Evans during the first half Saturday in Madison, Wis.
To the left, to the left
Duke's Cameron Crazies try to distract Belmont guard Kerron Johnson during this free throw during the second half of the Blue Devils' win over the Bruins. It definitely wasn't easy, though, as a veteran Belmont squad came within one point from upsetting the No. 6 team in the country, falling 77-76 on Friday in Durham.
Hear them roar!
Loyola Marymount guard Jarred DuBois splits UCLA forward Reeves Nelson and Joshua Smith in the Lions' huge road upset of the Bruins on Friday night. Ashley Hamilton's 23 points and Anthony Ireland's 21 led LMU past UCLA for the first time since 1941.
Utah State guard Brockeith Pane (left) fights for a loose ball with BYU guard Charles Abouo during the Aggies' 69-62 over the visiting Cougars. It was BYU's first game without last season's Player of the Year Jimmer Fredette, and they didn't look in his absence, committing 20 turnovers and shooting just 3 for 14 from three-point range.
2, 4, 6, 8, who do we appreciate?
Members of the Air Force Falcons huddle before the start of the second half against the Army Black Knights. The Falcons were too much for their military counterparts on this night, winning 87-71.
See? You missed a spot
Oregon head coach Dana Altman has words with referee Doug Shows during the first half of their game against Vanderbilt in Nashville on Friday. The Ducks played a great game most of the night, but finally faltered to the No. 7 Commodores late in the game, dropping their first game of the season, 78-64.
Hey, guys, a little help here?
Montana State guard Rod Singleton looks to pass despite being covered by three Arizona State defenders during the second half of ASU's 78-72 win over the Bobcats.
Get that outta here
UConn forward Tyler Olander denies this shot attempt by Columbia center Mark Cisco. The defending champs got off to a good start to the season, defeating their Ivy League challengers 70-57.
In the face!
Poor Mark Cisco. The Columbia center was the victim of several Connecticut players taking advantage of the overmatched Lions senior. This time, it's star forward Jeremy Lamb doing the deed, throwing down a monster dunk, two of his 30 points on the night in the Huskies' 70-57 win.
Up and over
Jackson State's Derrell Taylor (No. 2) and Raymond Gregory (No. 44) go up to block a shot by Florida's Bradley Beal, who has no intention of challenging the two big men on this play. He didn't need to, either, as Florida ran away with things early in an easy 99-59 win over the Tigers.
Working the baseline
Michigan guard Stu Douglass drives around Ferris State guard Jerrell Sanders early in the Wolverines' 59-33 win. Douglass scored 14 on the night.
Like father, like son
Tennessee forward Renaldo Woolridge, son of former NBA great Orlando Woolridge, scores against UNC Greensboro in the Volunteers' home opener. Woolridge had 11 points and 8 boards, while teammate Trae Golden led all scorers with 29 in UT's 92-63 win.
Let's do it for Coach
Louisville forward Chane Behanan goes in for an easy layup early in the Cards' win over UT-Martin Skyhawks on Friday. Behanan scored 14 for Louisville in his team's 83-48 victory, a win that gave coach Rick Pitino the 600th of his storied career.
Jacksonville and Florida State begin their respective seasons with this tipoff at the Donald L. Tucker Center in Tallahassee. The Seminoles wouldn't be the most gracious hosts on this night, though, winning 79-67 over the visiting Dolphins.
Rock Chalk Ballhawks
Kansas guard Elijah Johnson hammers down a two-handed dunk against Towson during the Jayhawks' season opener at Allen Fieldhouse. The Jayhawks were simply too much for the Tigers, winning 100-54 with six players scoring double figures.
Not on my watch
Towson forward Robert Nwankwo throws Thomas Robinson's shot right back at him during their trip to Allen Fieldhouse in Lawrence, Kansas, on Friday. It was far from enough, however, as the No. 13 Jayhawks flew past the visiting Tigers 100-54.
What did you expect?!
Tyshawn Taylor plays to the crowd after scoring during the Jayhawks' 100-54 win over Towson on Friday. Taylor had 12 points and four assists for the Jayhawks.
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New faces in new places
New Miami coach Jim Larranaga talks with his players during a timeout in the Hurricanes' 69-58 win over Tennessee Tech.
Ohio State's Sam Thompson (top) battles Wright State's John Balwigaire for a loose ball in the Buckeyes' 73-42 win over the Raiders. OSU was led by preseason Player of the Year Jared Sullinger's 19 points and nine rebounds.