Blue Devils’ 8-1 run down the stretch proves the difference in 72-70 win, dropping Cavaliers from ranks of the unbeaten.
The Cavaliers are surging in just about every category, not just their signature defense. Virginia Tech Coach Buzz Williams put it simply: “They’re doing more than they’ve done in the past.”
The Cavaliers roll, 81-59, in the in-state rivals’ first meeting as top-10 teams.
Terrapins overcomes early deficit with impressive fourth-quarter run for an 83-69 victory, their third straight.
Milwaukee’s MVP candidate rested with quad and hip issues as Beal scored a game-high 32 and Satoransky posted a triple-double in a 113-106 win.
Guard scores a game-high 26 but the Patriots are unable to overcome second-half deficit.
The final score of the 65-52 victory over the No. 9 Seminoles gave little indication of the No. 4 Cavaliers' dominance.
Hokies fall to Cincinnati, 35-31, to end with first losing season since 1992.
More than dozen Hokies players hail from the D.C. area, where the team prepared for Monday's game in Annapolis.
Other teams in the Washington region were keeping a close eye on the weather as the hurricane made its way toward the East Coast.