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-Talib Zanna (right) had 20 points for Pitt which defeated Delaware State, 71-43.
-Derrick Colter scored 25 points for Duquesne which beat Western Michigan, 71-66.
-Aaric Murray scored 12 points for West Virginia in a 76-71 win against Oakland.
-Seth Curry scored 20 points for No. 1 Duke which pounded Cornell, 88-47.
-Wayne Blackshear posted 18 points for No. 5 Louisville which beat Florida International, 79-55.
-No. 6 Indiana got 16 points from Cody Zeller in a 93-54 thumping of Mount St. Mary's.
-No. 8 Florida got 20 points from Mike Rosario in a 82-43 rout of Southeastern Louisiana.
-Sean Kilpatrick scored 25 points for No. 11 Cincinnati which defeated rival Xavier, 60-45.
-Przemek Karnowski scored 14 points for No. 14 Gonzaga in a 74-52 defeat of Campbell.
-Kendall Williams had 24 points for No. 16 New Mexico a 68-63 win against rival New Mexico State.
-No. 17 Creighton got 21 points from Avery Dingman in a 71-54 victory against Tulsa.
-Anthony Bennett had 20 points for No. 21 UNLV in a 73-59 win against Northern Iowa.
-Jack Cooley scored 14 points and led No. 22 Notre Dame to an 85-57 win against Kennesaw State.
-Sheldon McClellan (right) scored 18 points for Texas which upset No. 23 North Carolina, 85-67.
-Markel Brown had 17 points for No. 24 Oklahoma State in a 69-44 win against Texas Arlington.
-Ben Roethlisberger offered an apology for criticizing Todd Haley's playcalling.
-The Dolphins placed running back Daniel Thomas (knee) on injured reserve.
-The Jets placed wide receiver Jason Hill (knee) on injured reserve.
-Eagles running back and former Pitt star LeSean McCoy will return to the lineup after missing four games due to a concussion.
-Packers running back Alex Green is dealing with a concussion.
-The Lions placed defensive tackle Nick Fairley (shoulder) on injured reserve.
-The Penguins claim they have lost 45 season ticket holders since the start of the lockout.
-Mike Colligan of The Hockey Writers examines how Ray Shero (right, with Mario Lemieux) approached the lockout.
-Brian Gibbons recorded two assists for the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins who blew a three-goal lead and lost to the Binghamton Senators, 4-3. Jeff Zatkoff made 24 saves in the victory.
-The Penguins have lost six consecutive games.
-Two goals by Paul Crowder led the Wheeling Nailers to a 4-1 win against the Greenville Road Warriors. Andrew Hotham and Peter Lenes each recorded two assists for Wheeling while teammate Peter Delmas made 21 saves.
-Evgeni Malkin had a hat trick and an assist for Metallurg Magnitogorsk which defeated Atlant Moscow in Russia's KHL.
-Malkin's hat trick:
-Tanner Glass was held without a point for Banksa Bystrica in a 3-1 win against MHC Mountfield in the Slovak Extraliga.
-The Rockies re-signed pitcher Jeff Francis.
-The Yankees re-signed Ichio Suzuki.
-The Mariners acquired first baseman Kendrys Morales from the Angels in exchange for pitcher Jason Vargas.
-Underclassmen may benefit the most from Pitt's trip to the BBVA Compass Bowl.
-Penn State's Bill O'Brien was named Maxwell Club Collegiate Coach of the Year.
-Utah State coach Gary Andersen is expected to take over as Wisconsin's head coach.
(Photos: Zanna-Keith Srakocic/Associated Press; McClellan-Eric Gay/Associated Press; Shero-Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)
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