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College basketball roundup: Hoosiers fall in shocker

College basketball roundup: Hoosiers fall in shocker
Indiana-Purdue-Fort Wayne's Bryson Scott (1) shoots the ball as Indiana's De'Ron Davis (20) defends on Tuesday. (Michael Hickey / Getty Images)

Bryson Scott scored 18 points and John Konchar made the go-ahead free throw with 1:19 left in overtime to give host Indiana-Purdue-Fort Wayne a stunning 71-68 upset over No. 3 Indiana on Tuesday night.

DeAngelo Stewart made two free throws with 2.9 seconds left to make it a three-point lead, and Konchar picked off the ensuing inbounds pass to seal the biggest win in school history. Konchar had 15 points and 11 rebounds.

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The Mastodons (3-2), who made the move to Division I in 2001-02, had lost all nine previous games against ranked teams and hadn't even played a top 25 opponent in nearly four years.

Colorado 68, No. 22 Texas 54: George King had 12 points and 13 rebounds to lead the Buffaloes in the third-place game of the Legends Classic at Barclays Center in New York.

King led the big rebounding game for the Buffaloes (4-1), who finished with a 41-32 advantage on the boards, including 17-12 on the offensive glass. Colorado scored 18 second-chance points.

Derrick White had 16 points for Colorado, which lost, 89-83, to Notre Dame in the semifinals.

No. 13 Oregon 69, Tennessee 65: Dillon Brooks came up short with a chance to win the game in regulation. Given another shot, he wasn't going to miss. Brooks hit a long three-pointer with 22 seconds left in overtime and scored 17 points, lifting the Ducks over the Volunteers at the Maui Invitational in Lahaina, Hawaii.

Oregon (3-2) shot poorly in a loss to Georgetown in its Maui opener and continued to struggle. The Ducks shot 34%, including five of 17 from three-point range, and had 21 turnovers.

Women get moved: The top-ranked Notre Dame women's team moved its game in Houston against Louisiana-Lafayette to Rice University after a power outage in the Campbell Center caused a long delay in the second quarter. After an hour long stoppage, the schools resumed the game at Rice, about 30 minutes away from the original venue. Notre Dame eventually won, 91-51.

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